Due to inclement weather, Lee University’s tax assistance will be cancelled Friday and Saturday.
This service will resume Friday, Feb. 21, at 2:30 p.m.
For more information, please call 614-8667.
March 7, 2014
Chattanooga firefighters, along with staff and volunteers with the American Red Cross, will distribute free smoke alarms and batteries in the St. Elmo area on Saturday. The staging area will ... (click for more)
Legal Aid of East Tennessee and La Paz Chattanooga are joining forces with UT College of Law to provide naturalization services to low income lawful permanent residents who qualify to apply for ... (click for more)
The Memphis office of the international nonprofit organization Facing History and Ourselves, in partnership with The Allstate Foundation, will host a free Community Conversation with New York ... (click for more)
Chattanooga firefighters, along with staff and volunteers with the American Red Cross, will distribute free smoke alarms and batteries in the St. Elmo area on Saturday. The staging area will be in the rear parking lot of the St. Elmo Avenue Baptist Church, at 4500 St. Elmo Avenue. The event will start at 9:30 a.m. and is expected to last about two hours. The event coincides ... (click for more)
Legal Aid of East Tennessee and La Paz Chattanooga are joining forces with UT College of Law to provide naturalization services to low income lawful permanent residents who qualify to apply for citizenship. This program will be part of UT College of Law’s Alternative Spring Break Program. Law students will come to Chattanooga the week of March 17 to execute pre-screened candidates’ ... (click for more)
A memorial service will be held Sunday for a man who was robbed and shot in the head on Hooker Road. The service for Warren T. Ransom, 33, will be at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Advantage Funeral and Cremation Services on McCallie Avenue. Survivors include his mother, Edith Ransom; sons, Warren T. Ransom Jr. and Demond Ransom; and brother, Michael Dewayne Ransom Jr. Family ... (click for more)
The Securities and Exchange Commission has obtained a favorable verdict from a jury in the Northern District of Ohio finding that Andrew W. Jacobs of Lancaster, Pa., and his brother Leslie J. Jacobs II of Cleveland, Ohio, committed insider trading in connection with the December 2009 tender offer for Chattem Inc., a Chattanooga.-based distributor of pharmaceutical products. ... (click for more)
I live on Elder Mountain - have for over a decade - we love it - remote but close to all of Chattanooga. Last year at this time we would sit outside and listen to the birds - now we listen to the cannon blasts. Let me report what I think is happening. From our home we have a view of Lookout Valley - several churches, a day care center, the high school, and a lot ... (click for more)
The people who were born and live in the United States of America are accustomed to hearing both sides of an argument and then deciding the outcome, often with a vote. That is the democratic way. But in the last several months our German guests who now graciously operate the Volkswagen assembly plant in Chattanooga seem unable to grasp that wonderful way by which we live. Had ... (click for more)