Plant Sale At Georgia Northwestern Benefits Horticulture Program

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Proceeds from the spring plant sale at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) this weekend will benefit the Horticulture program at GNTC. Items sold included shrubs, ferns, woody plants, annuals, perennials, sun plants, and shade plants. There also will be a great selection of vegetable plants including tomato, pepper, cucumber, and more.

 


Cleveland Senior Awarded Wacker Science Scholarship

A $1000 Wacker Science Award scholarship was presented last night to Suzanna Liner, a graduating senior at Cleveland High School.    “We were pleased to honor Suzanna with this award to recognize her academic excellence and accomplishments,” said Konrad Bachhuber, vice president and site manager at Wacker Polysilicon North America. “She was an excellent match ... (click for more)

Georgia Northwestern Holds Spring Commencement Ceremony

Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) students donned their caps and gowns as family and friends gathered at the Forum in Rome to watch them walk across the stage and turn their tassels at GNTC’s Spring Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 5.   The college awarded graduates with associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates during the ceremony, which honored ... (click for more)

Fire Displaces Mother And Son At House Near Dodds Avenue

No one was home when fire broke out in a Chattanooga home near Dodds Avenue late Friday morning. The Chattanooga Fire Department received the alarm around 11 a.m. and responded to 2609 Reece St. with four fire companies.  Battalion Chief Carlos Hampton said the firefighters made a quick, interior attack and got the fire under control in roughly 10 minutes. ... (click for more)

Planning Commission To Review New Form-Based Code Monday At 1 PM; Start Zoning Cases At 3 PM

The Planning Commission on Monday afternoon will be reviewing the proposed Form Based Code in addition to a large number of zoning cases.   Officials said the new code and the zoning cases "have generated significant public interest so we are expecting a large crowd."  The review of the Form-Based Code by the Planning Commission is scheduled to take ... (click for more)

The History Of Avondale Recreation Center

I grew up in Avondale from third grade until I was married and two children. East Chattanooga had a center since before I was born. The only time I was gone was when I, along with six buddies, joined the USMC.   The families in Avondale, a working class neighborhood, wanted a community center closer to home so the Avondale Civic League took on the task. They raised the money ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Bad Ideas Never Work

When the Chattanooga City Council gave Kevin Muhammad, who is purportedly the “leader” of the Nation of Islam’s “Chattanooga chapter” or whatever it is, “the right” to speak for 20 anguished minutes on Monday night, everybody who heard about it could have told our city leaders it was “stinkin’ thinkin’.” My goodness, did you think he was going to read a sweet passage from the ... (click for more)