200 Block Of Walnut Street Closed Next 3 Days For Utility Work

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

The 200 block of Walnut Street will be closed for utility work beginning on Wednesday, from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. for the next three days.  

Work will be complete by Friday, at 4 p.m.


Photographic Society Of Chattanooga Open House With Vinny Colucci Is Oct. 16

The Photographic Society of Chattanooga will hold its annual Open House with special guest Vinny Colucci on Thursday, Oct. 16.  The presentation will be at 7 p.m. and visitors are welcome.  Mr. Colucci has been an active photographer since 1979, and shooting professionally since 1995.  He is an avid outdoorsman, and member of Nikon’s Professional Services and Wimberley’s ... (click for more)

Grand Opening Of Joseph T. McConnell Park Set For Sept. 25

The Board of Commissioners will hold the Grand Opening Ceremonies for the Joseph T. McConnell Park located at 41 Catoosa Parkway in Ringgold,  next to the Old Stone Church Museum. This park was funded with 2009 SPLOST dollars and constructed utilizing Georgia Dept. of Corrections Labor, multiple local contractors and businesses and several County Departments. ... (click for more)

Person Shot Sunday Morning On Englewood Avenue

One person was shot on Sunday morning in North Chattanooga. At approximately 9:18 a.m., the Chattanooga Police Department responded to a gunshot wound call at 1049 Englewood Ave. involving one victim. T he victim was transported to a local hospital suffering from a non-life-threatening gunshot wound. Chattanooga Police ask anyone with information regarding ... (click for more)

North Carolina Man Dies In Rafting Incident On The Ocoee River

A 50-year-old North Carolina man died Saturday morning when the raft he was aboard overturned in the Ocoee River. The victim was Gary Brown of Clayton. Mr. Brown and five other occupants along with a guide were ejected after the raft they were navigating overturned in a rapid.   The victim was unresponsive when he was recovered from the water further ... (click for more)

Dirt Decision At Camp Jordan May Come Back To Haunt East Ridge Councilmen

Wow. I thought the arrival of Bass Pro Shop would help bring East Ridge back to a position of prominence in the Chattanooga area, but the Council proved otherwise last night.  To the council - There is a reason that the developers want that dirt: It's valuable . You currently own it and the developer wants it. Bass Pro has already agreed to set up shop. They were going ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Switchings Are Nothing New

As best I can remember, I was switched with “tree branches” in at least five different Southern states when I was growing up. These seemingly endless and quite deliberate incidents of corporal punishment were not just doled out by my parents but others got into the act -- my grandmother, my aunts and or whoever else felt I deserved a whacking. There were even some notable African-American ... (click for more)