Happenings

John Shearer: Random Thoughts About Wild Baylor-McCallie Game, Ralph McGill, PBS Holocaust Special, And Adolph Ochs

I have been fortunate to watch every Baylor-McCallie football game starting with the one in 1986, as well as seven in the 1970s, and the game I saw Friday was one of the craziest and most exciting I have ever seen. Baylor was able to win, 31-27, for its first victory over the powerhouse Big Blue since 2015, but the score alone does not give much of a hint into the full story line. McCallie appeared to have the slightly better team ... (click for more)

Constitution Day celebration with DAR representatives and guests. From left, Meegan Burton, Linda Moss Mines, Jessica M. Dumitru, Greg Martin, Gayle Burrows, Pamela Randolph, Judge Tom Greenholtz, Natalie Davis, Col. Chris Dooley, Tina Staton and Chuck Alsobrook.
Constitution Day celebration with DAR representatives and guests. From left, Meegan Burton, Linda Moss Mines, Jessica M. Dumitru, Greg Martin, Gayle Burrows, Pamela Randolph, Judge Tom Greenholtz, Natalie Davis, Col. Chris Dooley, Tina Staton and Chuck Alsobrook.

TVRM Hosts Joint Historical Association Convention

Jerry Summers: Best Place To Doggie Dump?


The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum has been hosting the first-ever joint Southern Railway Historical Association (SRHA), Louisville and Nashville Historical Society (LNHS) Conventions and Railroad Prototype Modelers (RPM) meet. It is at their Cromwell Road campus over this weekend. The convention ... (click for more)

I’m not referring to human disposition of waste although there are ample opportunities for the same in the area around East 10th-12th and Peeples Streets. Where do the affluent, apartment and condo occupants of the higher priced properties allow their little (or big) darlings to squat ... (click for more)



Chattanooga’s Newest Con Comes To The Scenic City

McKamey Animal Center Takes Part In Empty The Shelters

Upcoming Construction Road Closure On Westbound 4th Street Announced


Chattanooga Comic Con, Chattanooga's newest comic and pop culture convention, is coming to the Scenic City Oct. 22-23 at the Chattanooga Convention Center. Comics, animation, gaming, anime, ... (click for more)

Bissell Pet Foundation is doing its part to take homeless pets from kennels to couches by sponsoring reduced adoption fees of $50 or less from Oct. 1-8. The longest-ever National “Empty the Shelters” ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Division of Transportation announces westbound 4th Street between Market Street and Broad Street will be closed between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 3 for a crane lift. ... (click for more)


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