Friends Of Hixson Announce Community Impact Awards

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The Friends of Hixson award’s Community Impact Awards to individuals, groups and businesses that have made the Hixson community a better place to live, work and play.

The winners have provided time, resources and/or personal leadership to projects that have benefited the Hixson community.

The Community Impact Award winners this year are Linda Hixon, Chick-fil-A owners Dean Kirstein and Frank & Alyssa Schleicher and the Hixson Kiwanis.


SouthWord Literary Festival Postponed Til Oct. 30-31

The Greater Chattanooga Salvation Army Responds To Needs Caused By COVID-19 Pandemic

Road Closure On W. 7th Street Rescheduled To April 2


Out of concern for public health and safety, and due to the CDC’s new recommendations regarding public gatherings, Southern Lit Alliance has postponed SouthWord Literary Festival. The event ... (click for more)

The Salvation Army of Greater Chattanooga is increasing efforts to meet human need. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the organization has evolved service delivery to ensure that immediate ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Department of Transportation announced the closure on W. 7th Street has been rescheduled to Thursday, April 2. Originally scheduled for this Tuesday, W. 7th Street between ... (click for more)




Happenings

SouthWord Literary Festival Postponed Til Oct. 30-31

Out of concern for public health and safety, and due to the CDC’s new recommendations regarding public gatherings, Southern Lit Alliance has postponed SouthWord Literary Festival. The event was originally scheduled for April 3-4, but is now rescheduled for Oct. 30-31. SouthWord will still take place at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s University Center, and the Keynote ... (click for more)

The Greater Chattanooga Salvation Army Responds To Needs Caused By COVID-19 Pandemic

The Salvation Army of Greater Chattanooga is increasing efforts to meet human need. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the organization has evolved service delivery to ensure that immediate needs of community members, first responders and government partners are met. In the Greater Chattanooga Area, The Salvation Army is continuing to meet needs through its Social Service ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Georgia Increases From 125 To 154 Coronavirus Deaths; Cases Go From 4,117 To 4,748; Walker County Has 2nd Case

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Opinion

Tennessee's Top Prosecutors Urge Public To Report Coronavirus And Disaster-Relief Fraud

The United States Attorneys for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Tennessee together with Tennessee’s Attorney General Make Prosecuting Fraud Schemes Top Priority Tennessee’s top prosecutors—three United States Attorneys and the Tennessee Attorney General—are coordinating their efforts to prevent Tennesseans from being victimized by fraud schemes and other unlawful acts ... (click for more)

Please Do Your Part

Each day in Georgia, physicians, nurses and other health care providers go to work in our hospitals, nursing centers or private office practices to care for patients with a variety of health needs. This practice of medicine occurs 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and 365 days per year; because illnesses and injuries don’t take a holiday. Without thinking twice, patients visit ... (click for more)