Signal Mountain Nursery Holds Pruning & Trimming Workshop

Monday, March 3, 2014

Signal Mountain Nursery will hold a pruning & trimming workshop on Saturday, March 15, at 10 a.m. No reservation is required. Signal Mountain Nursery is located at 1100 Hubbard Rd on Signal Mountain. Guest speaker and local certified Arborist Jonathan D. Nessle  “The Ornamentor”, will talk about and show pruning techniques.  The session is free.


State Supreme Court Adds Donation Option To Attorney Registrations

The  Tennessee Supreme Court will add a voluntary funding mechanism for attorneys to contribute to access to justice programs, but will not require attorneys to report pro bono hours under changes adopted today. In an order filed on Tuesday, the Court “ continues to encourage strongly voluntary reporting of pro bono participation.” Pro bono service refers to  attorneys ... (click for more)

More Than 2,000 Jobs Available At Northwest Georgia Career Expo In Ringgold Thursday

The Northwest Georgia Career Expo, which will feature around 90 employers, will be held in Catoosa County on Thursday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at The Colonnade, 264 Catoosa Circle in Ringgold.  Officials said, "Job seekers in northwest Georgia will have excellent opportunities to get a job from among more than 2,000 jobs being offered by employers." Hundreds of job seekers ... (click for more)

Tennessee Broadband Expansion Bill Sought By EPB Put On Hold For Now

Advocates for broadband expansion in Tennessee, including Chattanooga's EPB, announced Tuesday that efforts to extend community-based fiber optic networks are being placed on hold for now "because there is not enough support among state lawmakers to change a state regulation that prevents the expansion of municipal fiber optic systems." EPB earlier won a ruling from the Federal ... (click for more)

Haslam Adds K-12 Funds In Budget Amendment

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam on Tuesday unveiled additions to the FY 2015-2016 budget that will be considered by the General Assembly in the coming weeks, including added funding for K-12. The governor last week met with school superintendents from the largest systems in the state over the issue of state funding for K-12. The next day, the Hamilton County Schools joined ... (click for more)

Physicians Thank Their Patients On Doctor’s Day

March 30 has been set aside as National Doctors’ Day since 1933 as a time to recognize the contributions made by our physicians. While the recognition is appreciated, our greatest satisfaction comes from caring for our patients.  For 132 years, the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Society has been the physicians’ voice as we worked together to improve health of our community. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Goodbye, Dr. Nassour

About 51 years ago, right after Jim Creel had graduated from the University of Texas and was in Guadalajara for medical school, he was surprised to find a complete stranger sitting on his battered and dusty Volkswagen. “He had seen my Longhorns sticker and was thrilled to find somebody else in Mexico who loved the University of Texas. “That’s when our friendship started and it ... (click for more)