Morning Pointe Caregive Cafe Presents "How To Deal With Holiday Depression" Nov. 27

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
The Caregive Cafe at Greenbriar Cove Morning Pointe, 9650 Leyland Dr. in Ooltewah, will present a talk on how to handle holiday depression on Nov. 27 at 3 p.m.  Casey Mountjoy, LPN with Amedisys Home Health will be the keynote speaker.

Light refreshments will be served.  RSVP to 423-396-6999.

First Watch Hixson Raises $8,000 For Siskin Children’s Institute In Grand Opening Event

Siskin Hospital Therapists Earn Certifications

Austin Hatcher Foundation Announces 2 Key Staff Promotions


Siskin Children’s Institute (SCI) shared the success of its community partner, First Watch The Daytime Café (Hixson), and its grand opening charity event held Dec. 8 and 9. The New First Watch ... (click for more)

Siskin Hospital announced that Stacy Bean, OTR/L, Robin Eaton, COTA/L, and Lisa McLemore, COTA/L, are now Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS). The certification is awarded by the ... (click for more)

The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer has announced two key staff promotions. Tracey Burke has been named the foundation’s executive director while Trent Whicker has been named manager ... (click for more)


Living Well

First Watch Hixson Raises $8,000 For Siskin Children’s Institute In Grand Opening Event

Siskin Children’s Institute (SCI) shared the success of its community partner, First Watch The Daytime Café (Hixson), and its grand opening charity event held Dec. 8 and 9. The New First Watch in Hixson hosted friends and family of the Institute during its soft opening event. Guests were treated to a delicious meal courtesy of First Watch, and in lieu of paying for their meal, guests ... (click for more)

Siskin Hospital Therapists Earn Certifications

Siskin Hospital announced that Stacy Bean, OTR/L, Robin Eaton, COTA/L, and Lisa McLemore, COTA/L, are now Certified Brain Injury Specialists (CBIS). The certification is awarded by the Brain Injury Association of America. This achievement brings Siskin Hospital’s total number of CBIS-certified staff to 16. Ms. Bean has a master’s degree in occupational therapy and is ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hamilton County Schools Announces New School Options And Timeline

For the 2019-2020 school year, Hamilton County Schools is opening enrollment to a select group of schools, “My Future Schools,” to which students across the district will be eligible to apply. Officials said, "Opening enrollment to these schools will provide students with a diverse range of options outside of their neighborhood zoned school. These schools will be in addition to ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Airport Busier Than Ever; Getting 770 More Parking Spaces; Parking Rates Increased

The Chattanooga Airport is busier than ever, and steps are being taken to add a host of new parking space, officials said Monday. The Airport showed strong growth in 2018. Terry Hart, president of Chattanooga Airport gave the year-end report at the December board of directors meeting Monday afternoon. Some records were set for airport use. In October, traditionally the busiest ... (click for more)

Opinion

An Open Letter Concerning The Proposed Ooltewah Waste Treatment Facility - And Response

The Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority and County Commissioner Tim Boyd want to build a sewage treatment plant in my backyard. I bought my house in Ooltewah in 1994, raised my children here and worked hard to pay it off. My home has been my small piece of the American Dream. Now, the WWTA and Commissioner Boyd want to reward my hard work by taking away about ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Loving Hands…

For a great part of my life that I spent with my family at the former Chattanooga News-Free Press, we were in a lockjaw fight with the family who owned the Chattanooga Times. Up until the 1970s the two newspapers existed under the same roof, splitting expenses, but that got sour when the Times had a lot more “expenses” than we were duty-bound to share. So then my grandfather ... (click for more)