The fall startup of Sunday School at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 4791 Hal Drive, will be Sunday, at 9:45 a.m. with muffins and snacks. Classes are for all ages.
The annual family picnic will be from 1-5 p.m. at John Knox Center.
February 8, 2016
The imposition of ashes will take place during two services presented at St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church (7547 East Brainerd Road, 37421) on Wednesday, with a morning service at ... (click for more)
Forward is an ecumenical group which offers mutual support for those who have lost a spouse. First-Centenary United Methodist Church will host a new small group, eight sessions in ... (click for more)
Question: When you buy a new car, try a tasty new brand of cereal, visit a wonderful new restaurant, or even find a new TV show that you really enjoy, do you keep that information to yourself? ... (click for more)
The imposition of ashes will take place during two services presented at St. Martin of Tours Episcopal Church (7547 East Brainerd Road, 37421) on Wednesday, with a morning service at 10 a.m. and an evening service including Taize meditation and music at 6 p.m. St. Martin will also be presenting an ongoing Lenten Series called “Growing a Rule ... (click for more)
Forward is an ecumenical group which offers mutual support for those who have lost a spouse. First-Centenary United Methodist Church will host a new small group, eight sessions in all, beginning Saturday, from 10-11:30 a.m., in the in the church parlor. These groups offer space for the newly- and sometimes not so newly-bereaved to share experiences and begin to ... (click for more)
Over 50 people turned out Tuesday night on a meeting called by County Commissioner Tim Boyd over issues with the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority (WWTA), and many took turns lambasting the agency, director Cleveland Grimes and attorney Chris Clem. Commissioner Boyd said at the end of the hour and a half session at the East Ridge Community Center, "If less ... (click for more)
City Council members were told Tuesday they are facing millions of dollars in catchup costs for the fire and police pension fund. Pension fund officials said the city will need to invest some $1.6 million per year more with the fund to keep up with the latest state requirement. Frank Hamilton said the fund has been at a level of about 60 percent of obligations, but that needs ... (click for more)
Taxpayers of Hamilton County should take note that a majority of the members of the school board are getting ready to give Rick Smith the buyout that he wants. Do you agree that someone should be paid for taking the coward's way out? Rick Smith should be fired for cause. Not paid to leave. If you don't want the board members to pay him off, call or ... (click for more)
Three of Tennessee’s largest four cities are now searching for school superintendents. Jesse Register retired last June and, after botching the first attempt, Nashville city leaders are intensely helping the Board of Education in a search for the best candidate. In Knoxville and Chattanooga the superintendents have resigned, both under a cloud, and now the leaders of the ‘2.0’ initiative ... (click for more)