The Chattanooga Chapter of Freedoms Foundation Local and National Awards presentation will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Harrison Ruritan Club.
Lunch will be served at 1 p.m., with the presentation of the awards starting at 2 p.m.
November 21, 2014
In its continuing two-year effort to make and then keep Bradley County shelters no kill, Cleveland for a No Kill City has launched a new volunteer team to help get animals out of the SPCA of ... (click for more)
The Association for Visual Art’s Annual Juried Members Exhibition opens Dec. 5 and will run through Jan. 2 at AVA Gallery, 30 Frazier Ave. There will be an opening reception Dec. 5 from ... (click for more)
Lee University will have over 130 girls from 13 different Chattanooga and Cleveland schools on campus for the Girls on the Run 2014 5K celebration on Saturday. The event will allow the girls ... (click for more)
In its continuing two-year effort to make and then keep Bradley County shelters no kill, Cleveland for a No Kill City has launched a new volunteer team to help get animals out of the SPCA of Bradley County and to areas of the country where they’ll have a better chance at finding loving, forever families, said officials. C4NKC’s new “transport team” is responsible for organizing ... (click for more)
The Association for Visual Art’s Annual Juried Members Exhibition opens Dec. 5 and will run through Jan. 2 at AVA Gallery, 30 Frazier Ave. There will be an opening reception Dec. 5 from 5:30-8 p.m. Gallery hours are Thursday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is free. This show for AVA members only will feature, by juror selection, some of the best ... (click for more)
The Hamilton County Schools have a plan to put security cameras in every school, Supt. Rick Smith told the County School Board Thursday night. He said the money would come from the $2,201,000 the schools received last year from the sale of the old Ooltewah Elementary School property. The proposal must get approval from the School Board at the December meeting, then from the ... (click for more)
The Lookout Mountain, Ga., City Council on Thursday night approved an increase in sewer charges. The council approved ordinance 281 increasing sewer rates to $6 per 100 cubic feet of water from the previous rate of $4.77. The new increase will be in effect in January 2015. City Manager Brad Haven said the town will be replacing the flow meter for ... (click for more)
Thank you, Senator Corker, for your clear, concise evaluation of the president's attempt to bypass Congress and personally and independently establish national policy that violates our current immigration laws. Our long-standing failure to enforce our laws to control illegal immigration across our southern border has made this country less safe and ... (click for more)
When I learned last Wednesday that Chattanooga’s leading hospital, in a ridiculous attempt to be more “family friendly,” planned to disarm its security guards. I was aghast but decided to wait for the proper “incident” to illustrate how stupid members of our “free thought society” can sometimes be. It took exactly one week. A bit after midnight on Thursday morning a gunman appeared ... (click for more)