PHOTOS: Gov't Mule At The Southern Brewer's Festival Saturday

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Gov't Mule was featured at the Southern Brewer's Festival on Saturday night

Heritage House In Heritage Park Announces 2 ‘Seasonal Film Screenings’ For The Month Of October

Heritage House Arts and Civic Center in East Brainerd will be showing two films officials say are guaranteed to get you into the proper ‘spirit’ this fall season. The first film to be shown is VIY (aka:  Spirit of Evil, 1967) presented in conjunction with Chattanooga's Russian Film Club. Considered the first horror film of the modern Soviet era, VIY tells the story of ... (click for more)

Local Resident To Compete For Miss Tennessee Teen USA

Caitlyn Faith Johnson, 17, of Signal Mountain, will compete for the title of Miss Tennessee Teen USA 2017 on Oct. 6, 7 and 8 at the Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tenn. She will be representing the city of Chattanooga as Miss Chattanooga Teen USA. Ms. Johnson attends Signal Mountain High School and she is an active member in the Mock Trial, Youth in Government, ... (click for more)

Commissioner Smedley Comes Up With Another $25,000 To Do Away With Porta Potties At East Hamilton

County Commissioner Sabrena Smedley has come up with another $25,000 to try to do away with porta potties at East Hamilton Middle/High School. She earlier pulled $100,000 from county funds for the project. Commissioner Smedley said the initial projected cost was $100,000, but the price tag has gone up. The money would be used to build a restroom facility and concession ... (click for more)

Investor Sues Dyer, Brennan For $37,500, Plus $1 Million Punitive Damages

A man who said he invested $37,500 with Douglas Dyer and James Brennan is suing them for that amount, plus attorney fees and $1 million punitive damages. The complaint in behalf of David T. Hardegree was filed in Circuit Court. Also sued were Alison Dyer and Carole Brennan as well as Broad Street Ventures. Mr. Hardegree said he turned over the money to the men for the purchase ... (click for more)

Jimmy Templeton Will Be Missed At The City Yards

If only we had known about the Chattanooga City Council's planned retirement send off for Jimmy Templeton of Public Works, the room would have been filled to overflowing with his friends and admirers - including me.   I have had the honor of knowing and working with Jimmy since the 1970's (and also knew his father "Big Jim").  Jimmy was a strong right hand for whoever ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Vin Scully’s Last Time

It is said that the opening paragraph of my favorite ode to baseball should be the centerpiece for the canon of sports literature. It was written by former commissioner Bart Giamatti in "The Green Fields of the Mind,” a most marvelous essay to the last day of the regular season in the major leagues. “It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in ... (click for more)