Live Nativity Event Bethlehem On Glass Will Be Presented Dec. 18-19

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Bethlehem on Glass, a live Christmas nativity event located in the corridor of Glass Street, will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 18-19, from 6-8 p.m.

The public is invited to this neighborhood effort to evoke the miracle of Christmas. 

It will be presented by Glass Street and East Chattanooga businesses, Grace Baptist Tabernacle Church and the East Chattanooga Community.

For more information please contact Delilah Cox Samples at 713-5579.


"Infinite Opportunities From The Ordinary" Series Continues Sunday At First Baptist Of Fort Oglethorpe

Charlie Newton's The Black Bible On Display At Stove Works Through March 12

Steve Ellison: Who Can Understand It?


Pastor Jason Thomas of First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe will be continuing in the series called "Infinite Opportunities from the Ordinary." The series is based on the Book of Acts, and ... (click for more)

Artist Charlie Newton made his hometown of Chattanooga the first stop to unveil his inaugural traveling exhibit, The Black Bible. The art exhibit features abstract paintings that are inspired ... (click for more)

Satan prowls around like a roaring lion seeking someone to devour (1 Peter 5:8). The way he does that is through false teachers. Satan disguises himself as an angel of light and his emissaries ... (click for more)



Church

"Infinite Opportunities From The Ordinary" Series Continues Sunday At First Baptist Of Fort Oglethorpe

Pastor Jason Thomas of First Baptist Church of Fort Oglethorpe will be continuing in the series called "Infinite Opportunities from the Ordinary." The series is based on the Book of Acts, and this week in Acts Chapter 9: vv.10-19. This teaching series focuses on the fact that sometimes life often seems ordinary, but there are infinite opportunities from the ordinary when we ... (click for more)

Charlie Newton's The Black Bible On Display At Stove Works Through March 12

Artist Charlie Newton made his hometown of Chattanooga the first stop to unveil his inaugural traveling exhibit, The Black Bible. The art exhibit features abstract paintings that are inspired by stories and people from the Bible. ‘We don’t need to re-write the Bible,” said Charlie Newton. “We need to reconstruct our concepts percepts and precepts of the Bible as written. History, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Riverbend Festival Announces Lineup For 2022; Headliners Include Brothers Osborne, Cage The Elephant & Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit

Riverbend Festival, Chattanooga’s original music festival, announced their entire lineup for this year’s festival. With performances scheduled for the Coca-Cola, Bud Light and Chevrolet stages, this year’s lineup features over 20 acts from local fan favorites to legendary performers. Country duo Brothers Osborne will kick off the festival on June 3. The duo recently won ‘Best ... (click for more)

County Schools To Give Stipends To Staff Who Work Extra Due To Lack Of Subs; Child Care Pay Going Up Along With Charges For Child Care Services

The county schools is improving pay for staff members who put in extra time helping students while there is a dire shortage of substitute teachers. The school system is also improving pay for child care workers and will begin charging more for child care service. Officials said, "Hamilton County Schools recognizes the sacrifices our employees make when teaching vacancies remain ... (click for more)

Opinion

Great Service From The Hamilton County Health Department Hotline

My wife woke up this morning and thought she might have COVID. We called the Hamilton County Heath Department hotline and someone answered on the third ring. Not a voice mail, a real person. She told us they they were already out of their supply for rapid testing but recommended two pharmacies, one on Highway 58 and one on Hixson Pike. We chose the one on 58. A pharmacist ... (click for more)

I Remember Chattanooga’s First March For Life

This Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, Greater Chattanooga Right to Life will hold its March for Life assembling at 10:30 a.m. at the Coolidge Park Pavilion. I hope you will attend. I remember the first March for Life in Chattanooga held 35 years ago on Jan. 22, 1987. The march consisted of 14 people: Dan Martino, Doyle Ratterree and his wife who was carrying their infant daughter in ... (click for more)