Sunday Dec 15
Study: Goat Mountain Trail could have $1.2M impact
A study has found that a planned rails-to-trails project in East Tennessee could have a $1.2 million net annual economic impact on surrounding communities.
Field Excursions: A holiday gift adventure in Southeast Tennessee
Within a 50-mile radius of Chattanooga, you'll find a wide range of interesting, locally made holiday gifts-and fun memories made in the process of shopping for them.
This Week In The Arts
Special Events The Lighted Boat Parade will take place Friday, November 29 from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. on the Tennessee River in Downtown Chattanooga followed by a fireworks finale and the illumination of 130+ downtown buildings, bridges and parks for the winter season.
Haus of Yarn launches its mobile shop to serve area knitters
Haus of Yarn to Go will be at the What the Truck Nashville Holiday Event, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at 800 Main St. If you're a knitter in a suburb or small town in Middle Tennessee, or even a Nashville neighborhood, the recent recession likely hit you hard - not because you lost your job or had to belt-tighten at home, but because your ... (more)
Chattanooga Regents Council, Daughters Of The American Revolution Hold Joint Luncheon
The Chattanooga Regents Council, Daughters of the American Revolution, led by Carol Rogers, chairman and member of the Chickamauga chapter, held its annual joint luncheon on Wednesday, at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club.