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TNECD Requesting Letters Of Intent For Tennessee Historic Development Grant Program

The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced today that letters of intent are now being requested for the Tennessee Historic Development Grant Program (HDGP). The first round of the program, approved by the Tennessee General Assembly in April 2021, provided $4.8 million to projects that aim to renovate and preserve the state’s commercial historic buildings. Gov. Lee and the Tennessee General Assembly approved ... (click for more)

Earl Freudenberg gets his start in broadcasting at American Forces Network in 1972
Earl Freudenberg gets his start in broadcasting at American Forces Network in 1972

Local Authors Planning A Pictorial History Of Red Bank

Chattanooga Area Historical Association May Program Is May 9


Two Red Bank residents, Lawrence Miller and William F. Hull, have launched an effort to capture as many images of Red Bank as possible, as well as the stories that go with each one. The images will be used to illustrate a new book. They are working with Arcadia Publishing, a publisher of neighborhood, ... (click for more)

The Chattanooga Area Historical Association will hold it's May program on Monday, May 9 at 6 p.m. at The First Presbyterian Church, 554 Mccallie Ave. David Carroll from Channel 3 Local News will discuss his new book, "Hello, Chattanooga: Famous People Who Have Visited the Tennessee Valley." ... (click for more)



50 Years Ago... My Military Start In Broadcasting

Chattanooga Historic Preservation Nonprofit Launches New Name, Preserve Chattanooga

John Shearer: Curtis Coulter Continues Documenting Sale Creek With New Book


Does anyone beside me ever stop and wonder “what has happened to the time?” It was 50 years ago that I received orders for Vietnam. I was a new father, Amy was three months old and I spent a ... (click for more)

Cornerstones, Inc., Chattanooga’s historic preservation nonprofit, has officially changed its name to Preserve Chattanooga. Established in 1975 as Landmarks Chattanooga, the organization became ... (click for more)

With the recent purchase of the large McDonald Farm by Hamilton County government, the virtues of Sale Creek will be touted in the future by officials, if some of the land ends up being converted ... (click for more)


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