As the shadows began to lengthen Tuesday night an hour or so before dark, a crowd of about 50 people gathered at the Pat Summitt Plaza on the University of Tennessee campus in Knoxville. They wanted to pay tribute in some way to this woman who had cast a very long shadow on the UT sports community, women’s basketball and the basic human existence. Some were simple fans of Coach Summitt paying tribute, others were media members ... (click for more)
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Creative Discovery Museum is celebrating the birthday of America with its annual Red, White and Blue Day on Monday. The event will allow guests to participate in several patriotic-themed crafts and activities that teach children about the reason the 4th of July is celebrated every ... (click for more)
June 28, 2016
The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults is celebrating the success of an unprecedented, record breaking 9th Annual Dancing with the Chattanooga Stars. PFCA grossed $413,000 ... (click for more)
Collectors, art lovers and Chattanooga visual art enthusiasts are invited to attend an exhibition of fine African American Art presented by Najee Dorsey, founder of Black Art In America. The ... (click for more)
After nearly 26 years of service to the city, Officer Ray Figg has served his last patrol shift as a Dalton police officer. Officer Figg's retirement from the agency was marked with a ceremony ... (click for more)
Should a Medal Of Honor Museum be built within Coolidge Park near the Theatre Centre?