Ben Cagle performs this Christmas "tribute" to City Judge Russell Bean to the tune of "The Grinch".
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August 4, 2020
Most historians of the Civil War would probably think that the most famous event in the area would be Confederate General Patrick Cleburne’s brilliant defense of Ringgold Gap on November 27, ... (click for more)
The second annual Chattanooga Pup Crawl benefiting the Humane Educational Society is going virtual on Saturday, Sept. 26. Registration deadline is Sunday, Sept. 20. Pup Crawl tasting kits will ... (click for more)
Love’s Arm will host the “Lights On” Campaign fundraiser on Aug. 30 from 7-9 p.m. via a Facebook Live event. The event allows donors to sponsor “a day of healing” by covering the costs of what ... (click for more)
Most historians of the Civil War would probably think that the most famous event in the area would be Confederate General Patrick Cleburne’s brilliant defense of Ringgold Gap on November 27, 1863 during the South’s retreat from the disastrous defeat of Missionary Ridge by the blunders of General Braxton Bragg on November 25, 1863.
Others might be made proud of the accomplishments ... (click for more)
The second annual Chattanooga Pup Crawl benefiting the Humane Educational Society is going virtual on Saturday, Sept. 26. Registration deadline is Sunday, Sept. 20. Pup Crawl tasting kits will be picked up curbside at the Humane Educational Society on Friday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Ticket holders will refrigerate their Chattanooga Pup Crawl six-pack when they get home and ... (click for more)
Hamilton County Schools Supt. Dr. Bryan Johnson on Monday said the schools plan to open Aug. 12 with two groups of students at each school each attending two days a week.
However, he said it is hoped that students will be able to go five days a week by Aug. 30.
The opening format includes Group A going on Wednesday, Aug. 12, and Group B on Thursday, Aug. 13. Friday will be ... (click for more)
Hamilton County had just 52 new coronavirus cases on Monday and deaths remained at 48.
However, the number of COVID patients in Intensive Care continued to go up and is now at 37.
Total cases now are 5,669 after the numbers have dropped in recent days.
There are 86 COVID patients hospitalized as well as four more suspected cases.
The number of active cases in Hamilton ... (click for more)
The recent controversy over the monument to our town's founder, C.E. James, is more than a completely unnecessary and avoidable waste of time and possibly money - it is contrived and downright silly. Race-based restrictions on residential real estate sales weren't just common a century ago, they were universal in both the North and South. Such "red-lining" didn't start to die out ... (click for more)
I’ve been a “people person” for all of my life and not until this past weekend did I become aware I have been suffering badly due to “lack of touch.” A lifelong friend passed along a Daily Devotional where a gifted pastor in Massachusetts mourned the fact that – get this – she had been touched by another human being only four times in the last four months. As I paused to dwell on ... (click for more)