Beene, Larry

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Larry Beene, 53, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, passed away on Monday, February 12, 2018.

Complete arrangements will be announced by Heritage Funeral Home, 7454 E. Brainerd Road. 



Hall, Nancy

Nancy Hall, age 72, died Wednesday afternoon, August 15, 2018 at her home in Sale Creek. She was born May 23, 1946 in Chattanooga to the late Arthur Hale and Mildred Case Hale.  Nancy lived in Sale Creek for the past 53 years. She was a Lakeview High School, Fort Oglethorpe graduate, Class of 1965. Nancy was a former Insurance Agent at Goss Insurance Agency in Hixson ... (click for more)

Carter, Kellie

Kellie Carter, 47, passed away on Tuesday, August 14, 2018, in Chattanooga.   No public services are planned.    Arrangements are by John P. Franklin Funeral Home,  1101 Dodds Ave. , 622-9995. (click for more)

Chapman, Dorothy (Dayton)

Dorothy Chapman, 96, of Knoxville, formerly of Dayton, died late Wednesday, August 15, 2018, at Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville. She was born April 19, 1922, in Dayton to the late Charlie Harrison Brooks and Samantha Bell (Turner) Brooks and was also preceded in death by her husband Billie R. Chapman. Dorothy lived in Knoxville for the past 35 years and previously ... (click for more)

Reynolds, Alma "Sue" (Georgetown)

Alma “Sue” Reynolds, 84, of Georgetown, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 16, 2018.   She was surrounded by her loving family and will be lovingly remembered by her five daughters and their families.  Sue was a member of Brittsville Baptist Church in Meigs County and was involved in helping hands at the Ronald McDonald House. She was preceded in death ... (click for more)

Price Has Risen To $143 Million For State's Most Expensive Road Project - Downtown Chattanooga Freeway

The cost of Chattanooga's downtown freeway makeover - estimated at $85 million in 2006 and bid at $126.3 million when it got underway in November 2015 - has climbed to $143 million as issues were encountered along the way, TDOT's Ken Flynn said Monday. The Highway 27 project to provide three lanes in each direction from the I-24 split to the river was already the most expensive ... (click for more)

Signal Mayor Chris Howley Not Running Again; Man Suing Town To Be On Ballot For Council

Signal Mountain Mayor Chris Howley has decided not to seek re-election. He had until noon today to return the petition that he picked up earlier. Rick Saputa, who is suing the city but also picked up a petition for the council, did qualify just before the deadline. Others running for the Town Council include former Mayor Bill Lusk, Councilman Dan Landrum and new-comers ... (click for more)