Debbie Riggs will sign her recently reprinted book, The Day Cleveland Cried: A History of the Monuments, on Saturday at Museum Center at 5ive Points.
Ms. Riggs' book documents the Steed-Hardwick-Marshall monument as well as the UDC monument.
October 8, 2015
In conjunction with Haskell Interiors design studio, Shuptrine Fine Arts Group will present a celebration of art and design featuring master watercolorist Alan Shuptrine. At an open ... (click for more)
Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: South Crest Road Bridge repair project over I-24 (between MM 182.3 – 182.4) and East Main Street: Work on this ... (click for more)
Here are some of the Jazzanooga happenings during October: Startup Week: Open Dialogues: Defining Inclusion and Diversity As part of Startup Week Chattanooga, the team behind ... (click for more)
In conjunction with Haskell Interiors design studio, Shuptrine Fine Arts Group will present a celebration of art and design featuring master watercolorist Alan Shuptrine. At an open house from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22, the artist will present his new project, The Serpentine Chain Collection. Several pieces from the upcoming collection will be on view, and the artist ... (click for more)
Here is the weekly road construction report for Hamilton County: South Crest Road Bridge repair project over I-24 (between MM 182.3 – 182.4) and East Main Street: Work on this major bridge repair project on the South Crest Road Bridge over I-24 and East Main Street in Chattanooga is nearing completion. The bridge remains closed, but the section of East Main Street ... (click for more)
A 31-year-old man was killed just after he pushed his 10-year-old daughter to safety in an encounter with a train on a trestle in East Brainerd on Thursday afternoon. Police said two pedestrians were walking on the train tracks on a trestle at Audubon Acres when a train came around a bend and struck one of them. Justin McCary was struck by the train as he pushed ... (click for more)
A bill by Senator Lamar Alexander that includes funding to restart Chickamauga Lock was halted on Thursday. Setting what Senator Alexander called a "dangerous precedent" for the Senate, he said Senate Democrats blocked deba te on th e bipartisan Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill. Senator Alexander said on the floor, “You don't start the process at the ... (click for more)
A few years ago I was flying over Chattanooga on my way to Atlanta. The sun had just come up and I enjoyed picking out Signal Mountain’s location, on Walden’s Ridge, in the morning light. What was amazing was that I could not tell that a town existed under the tree canopy. I hope that the same can be said 10, 20, or even 50 years from now. During last ... (click for more)
There was a most unfortunate line in a recent email written to me and, in retrospect, I should not have included it in some examples of the huge response regarding the bicycle lanes now being installed on Broad Street. I’ll admit I misread the line because I feel certain I know what the writer was trying to convey. As a matter of fact, I received enough of an outcry I want to clarify ... (click for more)