East Ridge Offices Closed In Observance Of Labor Day

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

East Ridge offices and library will be closed in observance of Labor Day next Monday.

For those with trash service on Monday, those will be collected on Tuesday, Sept. 3. 
 
There will be no bulk item or brush pick up this week. Recycling will be collected as normal per the Sanitation Schedule.  Make sure to place trash carts to the curb the night before your scheduled pickup for prompt service.

For more information about Sanitation and other services, visit our website at www.eastridgetn.gov. 



LibArt Live: AVA And The Library Host Weekly Art Classes In June

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VA Expands Digital Capabilities Of Veterans Legacy Memorial


The Association for Visual Arts and Chattanooga Public Library present: LibArt Live! Celebrating the relationship of storytelling and the visual arts. This interactive series of live art classes ... (click for more)

Three new police officers were confirmed by the Dalton Public Safety Commission on Tuesday. Officers Nicholas Hill, Leslie O’Neal, and Jacqueline Perez were all unanimously confirmed. The commission ... (click for more)

The Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery Administration announced Monday it has enhanced and expanded capabilities on the Veterans Legacy Memorial website, https://www.va.gov/remember, ... (click for more)



Happenings

LibArt Live: AVA And The Library Host Weekly Art Classes In June

The Association for Visual Arts and Chattanooga Public Library present: LibArt Live! Celebrating the relationship of storytelling and the visual arts. This interactive series of live art classes will be free to adults every Monday in June. Each class will be led by a different professional artist who will discuss their favorite book and guide participants in a creative project ... (click for more)

New Dalton Police Officers Confirmed By Dalton Public Safety Commission

Three new police officers were confirmed by the Dalton Public Safety Commission on Tuesday. Officers Nicholas Hill, Leslie O’Neal, and Jacqueline Perez were all unanimously confirmed. The commission was holding its first monthly meeting since February due to meeting cancellations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Officer Nicholas Hill is a 2019 graduate of Dalton State College ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Chattanooga Police Crack Down On Paintball Battles

Chattanooga Police are cracking on a new fad of paintball battles. There were a total of 120 warrants issued against 62 persons identified as taking part. The criminal charges stem from 21 identified paintball incidents. In one incident, a man said he was shot multiple times in the eyes and lost the vision in one of his eyes. Charges include reckless endangerment ... (click for more)

CBL & Associates Has $133.9 Million Loss In 1st Quarter

Chattanooga-based CBL & Associates reported a $133.9 million net loss , or $0.75 per diluted share, for the first quarter. That compares with a net loss of $50.2 million, or a loss of $0.29 per diluted share, for the first quarter 2019. Net loss for the first quarter 2020 was impacted by a $133.6 million loss on impairment of real estate to write down the carrying values ... (click for more)

Opinion

Remembering Mendon John Price

It was sad to see that Mendon John Price had passed away. He was the wheelchair bound street musician that many of you saw outside of the Lookouts games and the Tivoli events. He would be playing his harmonica. He once was cited in front of me for panhandling and blocking traffic on the street or sidewalk down where the Lookouts play. Fortunately for him, he came in front ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Child Of World War II

I am a child of World War II. Actually, I was born four years after the Japanese surrender – the 75 th anniversary of which will be celebrated this summer – but in my formative years I can very distinctly remember sitting on the floor of DeSales Harrison’s family room at the foot of Lookout Mountain’s East Brow Road and holding the Gendaito (a type of Samurai sword) that ‘Dee’ accepted ... (click for more)