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Muradal Qurishee, graduate associate at Tennessee Department of Transportation & Drone Pilot, on Drone Application to Detect Cracks in Structures, at the Joint meeting of the Engineers Club, ASCE, & IEEE, Monday, Nov. 11, noon-1 p.m. at the UTC SIMcenter (renamed as the MultiDisciplinary Research Building), 701 E M L King Blvd. in Chattanooga. Pizza and drink will be available for $5. Register here. Free event parking provided by UTC. Pre-print the pass here to display on your dash, or see a CEC officer for a pass in the lot as you arrive.

Jim Morgan, CEO, Chattanooga Boys and Girls Club, at Downtown Kiwanis Club, Tuesday, Nov. 12, noon at Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St.

Beth Stubbs, Foundation Program, at Hamilton Place Rotary, Wednesday, Nov. 13, noon-1 p.m. at Metro Tab Church, 2101 West Shepherd Road (airport exit going opposite direction from the airport).

Gabe Roberts, TN Care, at Chattanooga Rotary Club, Thursday, Nov. 14, noon at the Convention Center. One Carter Plaza.

August Jones, U.S. Pipe, at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, Nov. 15, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at Chattanooga Masonic Center, 551 West 21st St.

Congressman Chuck Fleischmann at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Nov. 18, noon at Feed Table and Tavern at 201 W. Main St.

State Representative Yusuf Hakeem, at Downtown Kiwanis Club, Tuesday, Nov. 19, noon at Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St.

JoAnne Favors, representative, TN House 28 (ret), on census data, reapportionment, redistricting and voting, at JFK Club, Tuesday, Nov. 19, noon-1:15 p.m. at The Feed Co Table & Tavern, 201 W. Main St. Meal is $15 cash, and vegetarian meals can be requested. RSVP to jfkclub109@gmail.com if coming and number of party. The parking lot directly across Main Street from the main entrance to the Feed Co. is available for free parking. Bring your ticket to the meeting and the servers will take care of the parking fees.

Jerry Tidwell and Diane Blankenbaker, Tidwell & Assoc. Arbitration & Mediation, at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, Nov. 22, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at Chattanooga Masonic Center, 551 West 21st St.

Judge Lila Statom at Pachyderm Club Of Hamilton County, Monday, Dec. 2, noon at Feed Table and Tavern at 201 W. Main St.

Orange Grove Chorus Christmas Program, at The Chattanooga Civitan Club, Friday, Dec. 6, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. at Chattanooga Masonic Center, 551 West 21st St.

State Representative Patsy Hazlewood, at Downtown Kiwanis Club, Tuesday, Dec. 10, noon at Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St.

State Treasurer David Lillard at Nightside Pachyderm Club, Thursday, Dec. 12, 5:30 p.m. dinner, 6:30 p.m. meeting at Wired Coffee, 5707 Main Street, Ooltewah.

Zach Wamp, Harold Ford, Issue One, at Chattanooga Rotary Club, Thursday, Dec. 12, noon at the Convention Center. One Carter Plaza.

Sue Culpepper, UTC School of Business, at Downtown Kiwanis Club, Tuesday, Dec. 17, noon at Mountain City Club, 729 Chestnut St.


Grand Jury No Bills And True Bills

Heating System Repaired In UTC Residence Hall

Work About To Get Underway On Long-Awaited South Broad Street Publix


Here are the No Bills and True Bills from the Hamilton County Grand Jury for April 18: No Bills: 1 ADAMS, MARDARREIUS FOOQUON POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA FOR RESALE 11/13/2019 1 BELL, KATREZ ... (click for more)

Heat has been restored to all of Boling Apartments residence housing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Students affected by the lack of heat have been told they can return ... (click for more)

Work is about to get underway on the long-awaited South Broad Street Publix grocery. The project was kept on hold by a long community discussion, then the city Board of Appeals initially voted ... (click for more)


Breaking News

Grand Jury No Bills And True Bills

Here are the No Bills and True Bills from the Hamilton County Grand Jury for April 18: No Bills: 1 ADAMS, MARDARREIUS FOOQUON POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA FOR RESALE 11/13/2019 1 BELL, KATREZ MADRE POSSESSION OF FIREARM WITH INTENT TO GO ARMED 11/13/2019 2 BELL, KATREZ MADRE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA 11/13/2019 1 CARTER, WALTER RAY POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA 11/13/2019 1 HENDERSON, ... (click for more)

Heating System Repaired In UTC Residence Hall

Heat has been restored to all of Boling Apartments residence housing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Students affected by the lack of heat have been told they can return to their rooms. The heating system in the complex went offline on Tuesday afternoon, but heat was restored to the majority of the complex by 9 p.m. It could not be restored in one section, ... (click for more)

Opinion

Tubman TIF - Not Yet Ready For Prime Time

A wise man once wrote that reading about tax increment financing is about as exciting as watching paint dry. Yes, it is boring, but it is important that the city use this tool wisely to create economic development opportunities and to build community trust. On Thursday, Nov. 14, at 11 a.m., the Industrial Development Board (IDB) will hold a public hearing regarding a proposed ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Guns Ain’t The Problem

As one who doesn’t get all juiced over every political race in the country, I tend to believe the majority of folks in their home area, be it Kentucky or Virginia for example, know a lot more about not only what happens every day where they live but what they need to fix it than I do. When Barack Obama was elected he wasn’t my pick, but America elected him and therefore he was my ... (click for more)

Sports

Ricky Guiterrez Tapped As Next Lookouts Manager

The Cincinnati Reds have announced that Ricky Gutierrez will manage the Chattanooga Lookouts for the upcoming 2020 season. Joining Gutierrez will be pitching coach Seth Etherton, hitting coach Daryle Ward, and bench coach Lenny Harris. Gutierrez comes to Chattanooga after spending the last two seasons as the manager of the Daytona Tortugas. In Daytona, Gutierrez compiled a ... (click for more)

Mocs Trail By As Many As 14, But Come Back To Win At Troy

The UTC Mocs are not looking to make a habit of coming from behind for its victories, but for the second straight game they did just that. Tonight it came on the road in a 74-68 victory at Troy. It was an impressive, resilient performance. The Mocs trailed by 14 early and by 12 at the half. That makes back-to-back wins when trailing by 13 or more early in a contest. ... (click for more)