Happenings

More Than 150 Events Planned For MAINx24 Street Party

Celebrating Chattanooga's Southside


The 12th annual MAINx24 parade and street festival will take place on the Southside on Saturday, Dec. 1, starting at 6:30 a.m. with a pancake breakfast fundraiser at Fire Hall #1. This year, the $5 pancake breakfast will benefit the Forgotten Child Fund of Chattanooga, a non-profit run by the fire and police departments. Attendees to the festival are encouraged to bring a new toy or winter coat to donate to local children in need. ... (click for more)

Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge presented awards. First row, Circuit Court Clerk Larry Henry, first vice president, and Stephen Pike and Gene Pike, co-presidents. Second row, Ben and Danny Cagle representing their mother, Ruby; John Germ, Jerry Summers, Diane Hale, Finley King,  Ray Adkins, Jane Kaylor and Harold Pearson. See story and more photos on Happenings.
Photo by Earl Freudenberg
Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge presented awards. First row, Circuit Court Clerk Larry Henry, first vice president, and Stephen Pike and Gene Pike, co-presidents. Second row, Ben and Danny Cagle representing their mother, Ruby; John Germ, Jerry Summers, Diane Hale, Finley King, Ray Adkins, Jane Kaylor and Harold Pearson. See story and more photos on Happenings.

Arts At Erlanger Calling Artists For Designing New Sculpture For Erlanger Cancer Institute

Journalism Students, Don't Miss The Lead



Erlanger Health System is announcing a call to artists for a sculpture to be designed for the lobby of Erlanger’s Cancer Institute at the Baroness Hospital. The project will be funded by a grant awarded to Arts at Erlanger from the Lyndhurst Foundation. “We are very excited about ... (click for more)


The board of aldermen met Monday night at the usual place, usual time. About 14 or 15 was there - give or take. Bro. Bill Jones led in prayer. It was a long one as Baptists tend to do. There was special singing by the Mudville school choir, featuring a solo by Jen Thomas's younger ... (click for more)



75 Local Families In Need Will Have A Complete Thanksgiving Meal

Upcoming Street Closings Announced

Miller Park Farmers Market Starts Thursday


The Salvation Army has identified 75 needy families and registered them for Thanksgiving baskets. "McCallie School was made aware of this need and stepped up to assist the hungry and vulnerable," ... (click for more)

E 7th Street E 7th Street will be closed between Walnut Street and Cherry Street from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. for the Hamilton County office move. Detours will be posted. Market ... (click for more)

Beginning Thursday, Nov. 15, Miller Park will host a weekly urban Farmers Market and Marketplace. The new market will serve as downtown’s gathering place for community, farmers, artists, ... (click for more)


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