“The bookies are the best part of it,” said Star Lowe, owner of Star Line Books on Market Street, in an interview on Thursday. Ms. Lowe and her husband started looking for a home in Chattanooga when their daughter Hannah began school at Berry College. “I've got a wonky sense where I can go into a city right away and know if I could live there—if I could be happy there,” Ms. Lowe said. She said that she always knew ... (click for more)
During the week of May 1-7, the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will celebrate National Corrections Officers Week at the Hamilton County Jail. Several events will be going on internally during this week to honor and celebrate the staff who work in the Corrections Division. The official ... (click for more)
On May 14, the U.S. Postal Service and the National Association of Letter Carriers will host their 24th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” initiative, a major community food drive effort supporting the Chattanooga Area Food Bank. Chattanooga area residents are encouraged to leave non-perishable ... (click for more)
April 29, 2016
Colonial Dames Seventeenth Century members of Prudhomme Fort Chapter presented books to the genealogical reference section of the Chattanooga Public Library. Reference ... (click for more)
The Hamilton County Highway Department reports Hotwater Road will be closed beginning Monday, May 2, for slope stabilization road work that is expected to continue until June 10. (click for more)
Norfolk Southern will be conducting routine railroad maintenance at several Hixson area crossings this week. The following roads will be closed at the railroad crossing beginning ... (click for more)
Should the City Council have given local Nation of Islam leader Kevin Muhammad 20 minutes for a special presentation?