A sign pickup party for the re-election of Judge Christie Mahn Sell will be held on Wednesday, May 28, from 5-7:30 p.m. at Speak, Turner, and Webb, 631 Cherry St.
To pickup a sign at another time email Janie Varnell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 12, 2016
Girls Inc. of Chattanooga will celebrate 55 years of providing quality research and outcome-based programming on Monday, said officials. Girls Inc. of Chattanooga has also completed the ... (click for more)
Whitfield County Public Works has finished work on repairs to Mitchell Bridge Road, and it is now open for motorists to use. Final paving will be done after settling has occurred. County ... (click for more)
Voting begins on Tuesday to choose the winners from the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s Dynamic Message Sign Contest. TDOT received nearly 3,000 entries for possible safety messages ... (click for more)
Girls Inc. of Chattanooga will celebrate 55 years of providing quality research and outcome-based programming on Monday, said officials. Girls Inc. of Chattanooga has also completed the Quality Assurance Review Process by the national Girls Inc. organization and exceeded the minimum requirement of 84 percent — meeting 104 of the 104 standards. What started out as ... (click for more)
Whitfield County Public Works has finished work on repairs to Mitchell Bridge Road, and it is now open for motorists to use. Final paving will be done after settling has occurred. County officials closed the road on Christmas Day after discovering damage caused by the heavy rains, when the runoff became blocked by logs and other debris and eventually forced its way under the ... (click for more)
Chattanooga firefighters did not have far to go when fire broke out at the IHOP on Highway 153 in Hixson around 9 a.m. on Friday. Battalion Chief Don Bowman and firefighters with Quint 16 had just enjoyed a nice breakfast there while having a morning staff meeting. When the firefighters returned to their fire truck and were getting ready to drive off, one of the firefighters ... (click for more)
City Councilman Chris Anderson is already gearing up for the next city election, though it is over a year away. In the financial disclosures due Feb. 1, he reported receiving $24,165 for the reporting period from July 16, 2015 to Jan. 16. He spent $4,887 during that period. Councilman Yusuf Hakeem took in $11,110 during the period. Councilman Russell Gilbert reported ... (click for more)
I grew up in "Old St. Elmo" on 39th Street behind the Incline. As a child I remember my older brother "Pongee" as being my hero. This month of February being Black History Month, I cannot think of a better person to be honored than my late older brother, Theodore McGraw (Kidd) aka "Pongee" of St. Elmo (Gamble Town). Growing up without my father, Theodore was always available ... (click for more)
A diverse yet powerful panel of community leaders in Nashville delivered a letter to the Metro Nashville Board of Education last week. It was signed by some top men and women who represent a wide-ranking cross section of Tennessee’s largest city and includes education, business, religious and diversity superstars. You need to understand the urgency behind the letter. Davidson County ... (click for more)