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.
February 20, 2017
7th Well, an organization based out of Chattanooga that works in the fight against sex trafficking, will be hosting its first benefit dinner at The Venue Chattanooga on Thursday at 7 p.m. ... (click for more)
ChattaNeuter, Chattanooga’s new spay neuter clinic, 5950 Brainerd Road, is open to the public. "The Brainerd Animal Hospital served the community for 55 years before closing in 2014. ChattaNeuter ... (click for more)
Avant-art, the Hunter Museum’s young patron group, works with the museum to cultivate the next generation of patrons, artists, and collectors, and to make the Hunter more accessible through unique ... (click for more)
7th Well, an organization based out of Chattanooga that works in the fight against sex trafficking, will be hosting its first benefit dinner at The Venue Chattanooga on Thursday at 7 p.m. Zach and Tess Brandon, the founders of 7th Well, will be hosting the first 7th Well benefit to raise funds for a home that will be used to rehabilitate young women after coming out of the sex ... (click for more)
ChattaNeuter, Chattanooga’s new spay neuter clinic, 5950 Brainerd Road, is open to the public. "The Brainerd Animal Hospital served the community for 55 years before closing in 2014. ChattaNeuter has revitalized the building inside, adding updated equipment and a modernized interior with a few historic touches, and the outside has become an eye-catching piece of local artwork ... (click for more)
County Commission Finance Chairman Tim Boyd has told Chattanooga Visitors Bureau President Bob Doak that he is "not on a witch hunt" against the CVB, but he said he intends to seek a full audit of the agency. He said he was inspired to "take an even closer look" at the Visitors Bureau after he said Mr. Doak "unleashing a fire storm of emails condemning my accusations." ... (click for more)
A man and an unrestrained five-year-old child were killed when a vehicle went out of control on Highway 136 in Walker County on Saturday. A 10-year-old in the car was seriously injured, and later died on Monday. The driver was thrown from the van and was dead at the scene. The five-year-old was trapped in the vehicle and also died at the wreck site at Ponder Creek Road. ... (click for more)
I was sadden to learn of the death of Judge Doug Meyer. Judge Meyer retired from the Criminal Court bench here in 2006. Prior to that he had been the Chattanooga city judge for several years. As a young attorney I tried many cases in front of Judge Meyer. Also while I was awaiting my case to be tried, I would observe him on the bench. Judge Meyer ... (click for more)
I didn’t know until I read John Adams’ column in the Knoxville News-Sentinel that one person who doesn't personally know UTC Athletic Director David Blackburn said he heard he has a drinking problem. I also didn’t know that “the best thing to ever happen to UTC athletics” had health problems, according to a second person who does not personally know him. It is also being said David ... (click for more)