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.
September 17, 2014
The North River Civic Center invites artists to send their work for consideration in an upcoming exhibit. The invitational group exhibit will focus on the theme, the North River Wildlife ... (click for more)
The Hamilton County Republican Women’s Fashion Show and Luncheon will be held Saturday at 11:30. Sponsored by Dillard’s, funds raised will benefit wounded warriors through the Honoring ... (click for more)
Stan Clark, who is a veteran paramedic and in charge of public relations at Bradley County EMS, was appointed to the Tennessee Ambulance Service Association Board (TASA). TASA represents ambulance ... (click for more)
The North River Civic Center invites artists to send their work for consideration in an upcoming exhibit. The invitational group exhibit will focus on the theme, the North River Wildlife Fine Art Exhibit: Camouflage. The subject of the work should be within the scope of camouflaged animals, bugs, birds, nature, etc. Any work not within this scope will not be considered ... (click for more)
The Hamilton County Republican Women’s Fashion Show and Luncheon will be held Saturday at 11:30. Sponsored by Dillard’s, funds raised will benefit wounded warriors through the Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation. The fashion show and luncheon will be held at the Heritage Landing Clubhouse, 1100 Heritage Landing. Tickets are $25 and a limited number ... (click for more)
EPB President Harold DePriest denied Wednesday that EPB owes the city over $1 million on street light billing. He stated, “EPB has never said that we owe the city $1.2 million. When all the facts are taken into account, the financial difference is close to a wash.” Mr. DePriest said, "I regret that this complicated issue has been oversimplified in some reports. As we’ve ... (click for more)
The new Red Bank zoning ordinance is ready for review, City Manager Randall Smith said Tuesday night. It can be seen on www.redbanktn.gov and the link to zoning regulations. The new ordinance will replace one that was created 30 years ago. The plan will encompass both residential and commercial development and is intended to direct ... (click for more)
From the things that make you go hmm department. Ok, so the feds are giving us $400k and the city is kicking in another $300k for a total of $700k to do a study on having in town rail service. Why so much for a study? Don't get me wrong, I'm totally down with Chattanooga having some passenger trains running around. I get that. It's awesome. We've needed it for a long time. I ... (click for more)
Sometime on Monday night, after I had written a piece on getting swatted with a switch as a kid, I got an email from ESPN Canada asking if I would be a televised guest on “Off the Record,” the most watched daily sports show in Canada. The subject: corporal punishment in America. Are you kidding me? I am hardly an expert. All weekend my world of sports and its excitement was warped ... (click for more)