St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Announces VBS On June 24-28

Monday, June 10, 2019
St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Church, 3701 W Ave. in Chattanooga, will hold their Vacation Bible School on June 24-28 from 6-8:30 p.m. nightly.

The theme is "Miraculous Mission - Jesus Saves the World."  The memory verse will be John 3:16.

The community is invited.  There will be Bible study, arts & crafts, food and a special guest, officials said.

Bob Tamasy: Hating to Exercise, Loving To Have Exercised

Men's Discipleship Conference Is June 29 At Greater Tucker Missionary Baptist

Faith, Science And Climate Solutions Tour Is In Chattanooga Monday


More than 20 years ago, after my first trip to Europe where I walked for miles every day, I decided to continue my new habit by power-walking several times a week. Then, after my open-heart surgery ... (click for more)

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Rev. Susan Hendershot, president of Interfaith Power & Light, and Ken Kimmell, president of the Union of Concerned Scientists, will speak at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Chattanooga ... (click for more)


Church

Bob Tamasy: Hating to Exercise, Loving To Have Exercised

More than 20 years ago, after my first trip to Europe where I walked for miles every day, I decided to continue my new habit by power-walking several times a week. Then, after my open-heart surgery in 2006, I resolved that if I came through the operation successfully, I would do everything my doctors recommended for recovery, including exercise. Ever since, I’ve been engaging ... (click for more)

Men's Discipleship Conference Is June 29 At Greater Tucker Missionary Baptist

Greater Tucker Missionary Baptist Church, 1115 N. Moore Road in Chattanooga, announces their Men's Discipleship Conference on Saturday, June 29 from 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are provided. Speakers include Pastor Marcellus Barnes, Pastor Alfred Johnson, Pastor Ron King, Pastor Terry Ladd, Brother Jerry Marshall, Pastor Emeritus Paul A. McDaniel and Pastor Willie ... (click for more)

Breaking News

City, WWTA Getting Closer To Cost/Benefit Analysis Study On Combining Stormwater Programs

City Councilman Chip Henderson said city public works and the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority (WWTA) are getting closer on the start of a consolidation cost/benefit analysis. He said a resolution on a phase 1 study would be coming before the City Council in two weeks. Councilman Henderson said he has long been interested in possible efficiencies and ... (click for more)

Douglas Holmes, 35, Shot And Killed On Portland Street After Argument Over Fake Money; Jeremy Sutton, 20, Charged

Douglas Holmes, 35, was shot and killed early Monday morning on Portland Street after what police said was an argument over fake money. Jeremy Sutton, 20, has been charged with criminal homicide after police said he admitted to shooting the victim 7-8 times after initially shooting him. At approximately 12:23 a.m., Chattanooga Police responded to the 2000 block of Portland ... (click for more)

Opinion

HCDE's Proposed Budget AKA Social Experiment

Calling for a “hope and change” budget, Hamilton County’s Department of Education wants you to pay drastically more in property taxes to fund its hopes of changing our school system to an all-inclusive community and behavioral center. Moreover, HCDE intends to spend over one half billion taxpayer dollars next year, much of which will fund increases in administration and staff rather ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: One Vote In Nashville

Let’s just suppose, if only for the sake of supposing, that when the Hamilton County Commission votes tomorrow on a 34-cent tax increase on top of County Mayor Jim Coppinger’s proposed FY 2020 budget, the vote might end 5-4 against. We’ve just witnessed a full month with lively gnashing of teeth that has centered on the radical difference of opinions, this on what the county’s public ... (click for more)