In honor of National Assisted Living Week, The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer's Center of Excellence, Collegedale hosted Southern Adventist University's History Club for lunch and a look in the past. Residents showed off photographs to the students, revisiting pastimes and former careers together. The students brought their curiosities and left with inspiration as the seniors shared stories of their life journeys. "Meeting ... (click for more)
MON/3 Bubbly vs. Brews (A Startup Week Event) 5:30-7:30 p.m. Chattanooga Chamber Alley: 811 Broad St. The purpose of this event is corporate matchmaking with local startups. If you’re a startup, click here to register. MON/3 – NEWtrepreneur? 10 Bookkeeping Mistakes ... (click for more)
Lee University students, faculty, and staff will soon come together for a time of personal reflection and spiritual growth during this semester’s Convocation. The seven-service event will take place over a period of four days. President Paul Conn will open the series Sunday, Oct. 2. ... (click for more)
September 29, 2016
American Society of Civil Engineers Chattanooga Branch is partnering with the city of Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Chattanooga State and other organizations to present the Chattanooga Development ... (click for more)
In light of ITT Technical Institute’s announcement to close its doors, Cleveland State Community College officials said they invite any students from ITT to schedule a visit to the CSCC campus. ... (click for more)
Northwest Georgia Healthcare Partnership received $5,000 from FSG Bank to promote local healthy lifestyle initiatives, such as Bike Around Murray, the Bill Gregory Healthcare Classic, and other ... (click for more)
Should Mayor Andy Berke resign for admittedly using an encrypted email messaging service along with top staff?