Catoosa County is in progress with the Edison – Sutton sanitary sewer construction project.
North Avenue, from Lakeview Drive at Westside School to Walker Road will be closed for one week, July 8-12, for utility construction, weather permitting.
March 10, 2014
Mike Berry and Joe Parrott will give a painting demonstration on Saturday, March 22, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at River Gallery. Mr. Berry works in pastels, oils and acrylics. His colorful and vibrant ... (click for more)
The 2014 Equestrian Season is kicking off at Tri-State Exhibition Center March 14-16 with the return of RUSH Management Hunter/Jumper Series. Riders and horses from across the southeast ... (click for more)
The Hamilton County Highway Department will be closing the W Road on Tuesday, for road maintenance. It will be closed to all traffic from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (click for more)
Mike Berry and Joe Parrott will give a painting demonstration on Saturday, March 22, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at River Gallery. Mr. Berry works in pastels, oils and acrylics. His colorful and vibrant compositions often bending and twisting the cityscape have become his easily identifiable style, said officials. Mr. Parrott is a self-taught oil painter and is dedicated to a lifelong ... (click for more)
The 2014 Equestrian Season is kicking off at Tri-State Exhibition Center March 14-16 with the return of RUSH Management Hunter/Jumper Series. Riders and horses from across the southeast are competing in the event. The riders and trainers are judged on speed, agility, vaulting and more. From beginner to advanced, this show has three rings of activities most of the ... (click for more)
The first new parkland in many decades is set to be set aside soon at the site of the historic Civil War fighting at Missionary Ridge. Rick Wood, director of the Chattanooga office of the Trust for Public Land, said 27 acres near the old Missionary Ridge railroad tunnel will be held initially by the Tennessee Historic Commission. Mr. Wood said, "This site is sloped land that ... (click for more)
The Chattanooga Housing Authority board has set a special meeting on Tuesday morning "to consider authorizing CHA staff to proceed with the sale/disposition of the Harriet Tubman Apartments." The meeting is at 9 a.m. at CHA headquarters on Holtzclaw Avenue. The CHA recently was considering the offer of a private firm for the Harriet Tubman Apartments rather than a ... (click for more)
With spring weather finally here, there are going to be more bicyclists on the roadways. So remember to pack your air horn and mace in case one of them tries to attack you. But seriously, a bicyclist has little or no chance to walk away from a collision (or even a near-miss) with a car or truck. Fortunately, we have laws designed to give bicyclists a fighting chance. ... (click for more)
A pointed editorial in Sunday’s editions of the Nashville Tennessean left little doubt that two pending bills currently in Congress are quite different. The headline itself told the whole story: “Rep. Ed Whitfield’s walking horse legislation would end soring; Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s would enable it.” But whether the well-documented column will cause Tenn. Senator Lamar Alexander ... (click for more)