Eric Mcroy will be holding his State House District 27 kickoff on Friday from 6-9 p.m.
It will be held at the Red Bank Community Center behind Erlanger North.
July 29, 2016
The Next Step: Saving Our Suns is a free empowerment conference for teens boys ages 13-19 and their single mothers. It will be held on Saturday at the Edney Innovation Center at 11th and Market ... (click for more)
Southbound Georgia Avenue will be closed between East 8th Street and Patten Parkway for utility construction beginning Monday at 9 a.m. Southbound traffic will be detoured east onto East ... (click for more)
Approximately 500 local students between the ages of 5-12 are registered for the First Annual “Shoes for School” event where they will be able to pick up a new pair of tennis shoes and school ... (click for more)
The Next Step: Saving Our Suns is a free empowerment conference for teens boys ages 13-19 and their single mothers. It will be held on Saturday at the Edney Innovation Center at 11th and Market Streets, from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The program is designed to link teen boys ages 13-19 and their mothers to resources that will assist them with developing and maintaining positive life ... (click for more)
Southbound Georgia Avenue will be closed between East 8th Street and Patten Parkway for utility construction beginning Monday at 9 a.m. Southbound traffic will be detoured east onto East 8th Street then south on Lindsay Street to ML King Boulevard. This phase of the project is scheduled for four weeks, when Georgia Avenue southbound will reopen to one lane. Motorists ... (click for more)
A 28-year-old man was shot and killed in East Chattanooga early Friday morning. The victim was identified as Jeremy Clark. At 1:20 a.m., Chattanooga Police officers responded to 2008 Glass St. on a person shot. One victim was found suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Police said investigators were gathering information on the potential ... (click for more)
After serving the Chattanooga area and EPB as the public utility’s top leader since 1996, Harold DePriest announced his retirement to the company’s board of directors effective Sept. 1 . EPB Board Chairman Joe Ferguson said Mr. DePriest has played a pivotal role for both EPB and the community as a whole. “When Harold became president and CEO in 1996, he transformed the ... (click for more)
It started with a simple “what if” question while Atlanta officials were working on a bid to host the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. A group of amateur kayakers from the city began asking themselves: “What if Atlanta’s bid is successful? Then where would the Olympic whitewater canoe and kayak races be held?” To some of the members of that group, the answer was obvious. ... (click for more)
This is a personal thing but one of my pet peeves is the little advertising stickers I sometimes find on the top of the front page of my newspaper. An editor at the newspaper has already determined a bit of news he or she feels I should read. And then the sticker covers it up so I have to peel it off before I can read “All the news that is fit to print.” As I groveled over my ... (click for more)