McKamey Animal Center's Adoptables Of The Week

Here are McKamey Animal Center's adoptables of the week: On top, Meet Molly (on right, 12 years old) and Hatchet (10 years old), a beautiful bonded set of shepherd mixes. Both of their favorite thing is being close to people, and they share everything with each -- other even cuddles. They enjoy playing with toys, but they would rather be relaxing around people. Rolly, bottom, is a three year old shy fellow, and he would love a ... (click for more)

Hazel Adams' friends and family gathered to celebrate her 102nd birthday.
Hazel Adams' friends and family gathered to celebrate her 102nd birthday.

Hazel Adams Celebrates Her 102nd Birthday

Chattanooga Business Improvement District Board Seeks Input Online And On Tours

Family and friends gathered at Big River Grille-Hamilton Place to celebrate the 102nd birthday of Mrs. Hazel Adams on Sunday. Mrs. Adams retired from Orange Grove Center and is a former foster grandparent. She is a member of the Union Hill Missionary Baptist Church. (click for more)

The Chattanooga Business Improvement District board of directors is seeking input from district stakeholders and the larger community on beautification projects, deferred maintenance and trouble spots through walking tours and an online survey. Officials said, "This feedback will not ... (click for more)

HCSO Hosts 2020 Read Across America Event At West Annex for Homeschool Students

Townsend Atelier Presents An Evening with The Artists: Portrait Drawing Demo With Sean Cheetham And Kate Zambrano

Jerry Summers: Tennessee Football Family - The Majors

Earlier Friday morning, over 30 homeschoolers and their parents and grandparents visited the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office West Annex to participate in the 2nd Annual HCSO Read Across America ... (click for more)

Los Angeles-based artists, Sean Cheetham and Kate Zambrano, will be visiting the Townsend Atelier studio, 301 E 11th St. in Chattanooga, to teach painting and drawing workshops in March. While ... (click for more)

Little did he know while he was cutting hair as a barber or farming in Lynchburg that Shirley Majors (1913-1981) would become the patriarch of Tennessee’s most famous football family. He started ... (click for more)

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