Summer Fellowship Wednesday At First Baptist

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 401 Gateway Ave., there will be summer fellowship and Bible study in the parlor. Bring fresh fruit to share.

Sunday, June 8, at 11 a.m. Dr. Thomas Quisenberry will speak on " Spirit to Let Go," with text from John 20:19-23 and Acts 2:1--21.

Steve Ellison: The Easter Lamb

I am thankful for parents and churches who faithfully remind children that Easter is about Christ not a bunny rabbit. Several years ago, I saw a church sign that both amused and pleased me.  It read, “Easter is not about eggs, you silly wabbit!”  Easter is about the resurrected Christ.  I am thankful for the blessed and certain hope Christians have concerning our ... (click for more)

Keith Baptist Church Announces Easter Weekend Events

Keith Baptist Church, 1573 Keith Road inTunnel Hill, will host a Good Friday bonfire service on Friday, March 30. Hamburgers, hotdogs and chili will be provided on Friday between 6-7:30 p.m. The Good Friday service will begin at sunset, which is projected around 8 p.m. On Saturday, March 31 starting at 6:30 p.m., they will have food, fellowship and worship around the bonfire.  The ... (click for more)

South Carolina Man Arrested For Identity Theft After Signal Mountain Woman Gets Bills Of Over $27,000

A Darlington, S.C. man has been arrested and brought back to Chattanooga after a Signal Mountain woman said her identity was stolen and over $27,000 in bills were rung up. Jason Rashaad Jones, 36, was charged with criminal conspiracy, criminal impersonation, identity theft, forgery, theft of property and computer offenses. The victim filed a report with the Signal Mountain ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Clerk's Office Honors Donors With Donate Life Flag

Hamilton County Clerk Bill Knowles announced his office will raise the Donate Life Flag during the month of April.  Blue and green flags will be flying outside courthouses and county office buildings around Tennessee in recognition of National Donate Life Month.  This is an effort by county clerks to bring attention to the importance of organ and tissue donation.  ... (click for more)

Food Trucks Steal From Property And Rent-Paying Eateries - And Response

According to minutes of the City Council’s  Economic Development Committee and several local news articles, Chattanooga’s City Attorney gave a food truck presentation. He explained to City Council that a new food truck ordinance was being drafted to allow use of mobile food trucks on public  property . He said Chattanooga’s current ordinance limited food trucks to parking ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: What Do We Do Now?

On a Saturday when millions upon millions of people in every continent except Antarctica marched against guns in schools, there was not a one of them who knows what to do about it. The National Park Service said a half-million gathered on the Mall in Washington, D.C. yesterday, but a far more meaningful number was printed in the morning’s Washington Post – more than 187,000 students ... (click for more)