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.
April 17, 2015
The MOMentum Network will host Girls' Night Out, an evening of shopping, dinner and celebration for all ladies on Mother's Day weekend to raise support and celebrate single moms in college. ... (click for more)
Norfolk Southern Railway has postponed the repairing of an at-grade track crossing in the 900 block of Pineville Road, between Parmenas Lane and Hudson Road. This closure was originally ... (click for more)
Boynton Lions Club has donated $200 to assist with special activities for foster children under the care of the Catoosa County Department of Family and Children Services. The organization ... (click for more)
The MOMentum Network will host Girls' Night Out, an evening of shopping, dinner and celebration for all ladies on Mother's Day weekend to raise support and celebrate single moms in college. Girls' Night Out will take place on Friday, May 8 with shopping beginning at 6 p.m. and Dinner + Program beginning at 7 p.m. The event is hosted at Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, ... (click for more)
Norfolk Southern Railway has postponed the repairing of an at-grade track crossing in the 900 block of Pineville Road, between Parmenas Lane and Hudson Road. This closure was originally scheduled for Wednesday, April 22, but will be rescheduled for a later time. (click for more)
Prominent Chattanooga business and civic Scotty Probasco has died at the age of 86. Mr. Probasco was long a leading fixture at the American National Bank, which was founded by the Probasco family. It was later sold to SunTrust Bank. Mr. Probasco was a leader in a host of civic endeavors. His family has long been associated with First Presbyterian Church. Funeral services ... (click for more)
Chattanooga firefighters in Lookout Valley were sent out Friday night to investigate reports of a strange odor in the area. The firefighters searched the area, but never found the source of the odor. John Schultz, an investigator with the Air Pollution Control Bureau, was also out Friday night and eventually tracked the source of the odor to a business, the Chattanooga ... (click for more)
Time Magazine has it right. Not only is Chattanooga’s own U.S. Senator Bob Corker one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World,” but he is probably now the most prominent leader in the history of our city. At a time of extreme frustration with Washington and Congress in general, Bob continues to rise above the division and rancor to build consensus and solve ... (click for more)
As I was getting my salad during lunch at the sixth annual Chattanooga Autism Conference on Friday, a simple question from a friendly kid on the other side of the buffet gave me the answer I was seeking. “Do you have Asperger’s (syndrome),” he asked in a friendly way. I told him no, but that a growing number of folks I admire did, and that’s why I joined a turn-away crowd of ... (click for more)