Dedmon Road In Catoosa County To Be Closed Next Week For Storm Drain Repair

Friday, October 4, 2019

The Catoosa County Public Works Department has scheduled storm drain repair work on Dedmon Road at the 300 block.

Dedmon Road will be closed to thru traffic beginning Monday, through Friday, Oct. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

A detour route will be marked. Motorists should use the marked detour route and be prepared for traffic delays.


East Ridge Christmas Parade Will Be Saturday

Author, Filmmaker Shares 19th Century Chattanooga History

Lane Closures Announced For Emergency Sewer Repairs


The city of East Ridge will hold its annual Christmas Parade on Saturday. Line-up begins at 4 p.m. on Germantown Road from Ringgold Road north toward I-24, with the parade stepping off at 6:30 ... (click for more)

Dean Arnold was a guest speaker at the Chattanooga Public Library at "Exploring Intriguing 19th Century Chattanooga History" hosted by Hamilton Flourishing. Mr. Arnold is the author of ... (click for more)

Beginning Wednesday through Thursday evening, lane closures should be expected at the following locations due to emergency sewer repairs: 2024 E Polymer Drive 5118 Delashmitt Road ... (click for more)


Happenings

East Ridge Christmas Parade Will Be Saturday

The city of East Ridge will hold its annual Christmas Parade on Saturday. Line-up begins at 4 p.m. on Germantown Road from Ringgold Road north toward I-24, with the parade stepping off at 6:30 p.m. Ringgold Road will shut down at 6 p.m. from Donaldson Road to Moore Road. Germantown Road will be closed to all southbound traffic (except vehicles in the parade) beginning at 4 p.m. ... (click for more)

Author, Filmmaker Shares 19th Century Chattanooga History

Dean Arnold was a guest speaker at the Chattanooga Public Library at "Exploring Intriguing 19th Century Chattanooga History" hosted by Hamilton Flourishing. Mr. Arnold is the author of multiple books including bestseller “Old Money, New South: The Spirit of Chattanooga”, and is recognized as an expert on Chattanooga history. This lecture is part of "Second Tuesday Moot," ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Police Say 17-Year-Old Girl Fatally Shot Isaiah Bush, 17, After Botched Robbery Sunday Night On Greendale Way

Chattanooga Police have filed charges against three suspects in the shooting death of a 17-year-old boy found at 1664 Greendale Way on Sunday night. Police were told there was a fight during a robbery attempt and a 17-year-old girl fired the fatal shot. Jermaine Grant, 20, and the 17-year-old girl are in custody. There are warrants on file for the third suspect, Jalaycian ... (click for more)

CPD Adds 8 New Public Safety Cameras To Its Network

The Chattanooga Police Department has added eight new public safety cameras to its network, bringing the total to 37 cameras around the city focusing on violent crime and seeking to deter future acts of violence. This system is known as “Crime Eye” by Convergint Technologies, which is an industry leader in technology used in promoting crime reduction, crime solving, and improving ... (click for more)

Opinion

Have A Longer Fall Break Instead Of Thanksgiving For Schools - And Response

I have four children. I home school one, two are in public school and one is in private school. I believe I have a firm grasp of the fall break versus week long Thanksgiving break argument. My family and I love fall break. We do not want a week off at Thanksgiving. The thought of going from August until Thanksgiving without a real break from the grind is awful. Thanksgiving is ... (click for more)

All Property Owners Deserve The Right To STVR

Changes are coming to Chattanooga’s Short-Term Vacation Rental Ordinance. Chattanooga City Council is working on a draft of changes that would affect every Chattanooga property owner’s right to open their home to paying short term guests. This includes upping the ante on fines for those who are denied an application for permits. This first draft is to be presented to the council ... (click for more)