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City officials are set to move ahead in applying for a grant to study setting up a light rail system in Chattanooga, though some City Council members are skeptical.
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Faculty member Ansley Eichhorn, left, climbs into a canoe held by student Aaron Bynum before the two left school from Ivy Academy in Soddy-Daisy during the school's annual Alternative Transportation Day.
America's image in North Africa and West Asia is often tarnished by the perception both here and east of the Atlantic of Islamophobia pervading all levels of U.S. society.
Officials from Modern Woodmen presented check for $500 matching funds raised at acommunity yard sale for the Wheat family who lost their home in a fire.
I want to remind the voters to consider Catherine White for judge of Hamilton County Circuit Court and Joe Manuel for judge of Chancery Court in the Republican primary.
Five local women will step up and speak out at this year's Chattanooga Go Red for Women luncheon on May 9. The American Heart Association's annual fundraiser brings light to heart disease which is the Number One Killer of women in America today and will claim the lives of one in three women.
Erwin Marine Sales will offer its Spring Boat Show on Saturday, from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Chickamauga Marina.
In recognition of Earth Day, Tennessee American Water announces its fifth year of partnering with other community organizations for the 2014 Drug Take-Back event on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The purpose of this event is to keep drugs out of the environment and off of the streets.
A well-known Chattanooga educator died Monday morning after the vehicle he was driving left Interstate 75 and crashed into a guardrail, overturning several times before coming to rest.
Pictured behind Nina, from left to right, are Kiwanis President Geoff Holden, Hixson High Principal Lee Sims, Howie Somparac, son of the late Howard Somparac and Kiwanian Mike Kirk.
Jazzanooga, Chattanooga's Jazz Festival, will present Edible Jazz a cooking demonstration and lecture by culinary historian Michael W. Twitty on Thursday evening at Dish T' Pass Cooking School and Catering Company.
The CSO is inviting musicians from the community to once again join professional musicians in their event, Play Along with the CSO .
The sixth annual Southern Blooms Festival at Rock City Gardens is returning next weekend with daily speakers, garden tours, music and more, Saturday and Sunday, May 3-4.
Meagan Pritchard said she plans to open Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds, a service offering views and sounds of babies yet to be born.
The Brainerd Community Farmers Market at Grace Episcopal. across from Bi-Lo on Brainerd Road at Belvoir Ave., is opening for the fifth season on May 3 at 10 a.m. The market will feature vendors with local organic and naturally grown produce, food products and artisan crafts.
John Biggers, Shotgun, Third Ward #1, 1966, tempera and oil, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase made possible by Anacostia Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
Vendors from across Northwest Georgia and the Tennessee Valley spoke with hundreds of students from Georgia Northwestern Technical College Thursday in the school's annual Health and Community Awareness Fair.
Set to play piano, Mary Grace Gellakano also will impart a message of perseverance, as the featured artist of Collegedale Seventh-Day Adventist Church's free concert, slated for 3 p.m. on Saturday.