Cassandra Smith Road will be closed from 8:30 a.m. on Monday, until 4 p.m. on Friday, June 27, for installation of a storm sewer.
Detours will be posted using Hixson Pike, Adams Road and Hamill Road.
September 22, 2014
The National Medal of Honor Museum of Military History will dedicate the first sign in its Medal of Honor Heritage Trail at the Lee & Gordon’s Mills in Chickamauga on Saturday from 1-2 p.m. ... (click for more)
The Chief John Ross Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsored a beginner genealogy workshop at the Bessie Smith Hall. Basic tips to start a family history, as well as ... (click for more)
The boat ramp at Chester Frost Park will be closed Saturday and Sunday for the County Fair. The boat ramp at the Tennessee Riverpark and the section of the Riverwalk between River ... (click for more)
The National Medal of Honor Museum of Military History will dedicate the first sign in its Medal of Honor Heritage Trail at the Lee & Gordon’s Mills in Chickamauga on Saturday from 1-2 p.m. the public is invited to attend. The sign will honor three of the nine recipients of the Medal of Honor awarded during the Battle of Chickamauga in September 1863 to include Bugler ... (click for more)
The Chief John Ross Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsored a beginner genealogy workshop at the Bessie Smith Hall. Basic tips to start a family history, as well as worksheets and online tools to use, were covered. There was a discussion on how to interview family for information, how to organize material and different organizations and online ... (click for more)
After a major loss the year before, Erlanger Health System finished the fiscal year with an $18 million profit, officials announced Monday night. It was well ahead of the $2 million gain that Erlanger had budgeted for, and far better than last year's $8 million loss. The profit was boosted by a first-time $19,587,000 from a Public Hospital Supplemental payment and essential ... (click for more)
Chancellor Pam Fleenor has ruled that Helen Burns Sharp, who sued over the validity of a $9 million Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for a planned major development on Aetna Mountain, should be reimbursed her discretionary costs as well as her attorney fees. Ms. Sharp said in a recent court filing that her legal bills to attorney John Konvalinka were $74,427 at the time. The ... (click for more)
This past Tuesday, the city of Chattanooga's new performance management tool called ChattaData was unveiled. As the chairman of the City Council’s Budget & Finance Committee, I am excited to witness the city putting this important information online in a way that is accessible and transparent to all taxpayers. This approach shines light on how we as a city prioritize our ... (click for more)
East View High was trailing at halftime by a pair of touchdowns in last Friday night’s game against unbeaten Vandegrift. But the players at the Georgetown, Texas, school each have a sticker on the back of their helmets that says “TPW” which is a constant reminder that “Tough People Win.” Then there is “attitude” and that is where running back Apollos Hester steps in. In what ... (click for more)