The City of Chattanooga, EPB Quantum Network, and Qubitekk are working together to prepare for the quantum age in the Scenic City.
These free community events will provide safe spaces for local youth to gather and enjoy their spring break.
As Chattanooga continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
Check out some of our must-do festivities happening this spring in the Scenic City.
Read more about Rose Longgley, one of the founders of Northside Neighborhood House.
This annual event includes art installations, vendors, live music, family activities, and more.
Making summer plans for the kiddos? Check out these local summer camps.
Eat and Drink
Ben & Jerry’s is partnering with Girls Inc. to give Chattanoogans a free ice cream cone on Monday, April 3.
Average yearly car costs hit a new high in 2022 — here’s how to invest smartly.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
We’re breaking down the Irish sport of hurling including its rules and where you can catch a game.
Visit a local park, participate in a community event, or clean up your humble abode in honor of the astronomical transition from winter to spring.
Don’t miss any of this year’s meteor showers, supermoons, or solar eclipses.
Apply online and visit a local enrollment center ahead of spring and summer travel.
Chattanooga’s The Crash Pad has been nominated for a HOSCARS award.
A new US Bicycle Route designated trail takes cyclists from the Kentucky border through Knoxville and into Chattanooga.
Have family coming in town for the holidays? We’re helping you make plans to keep them occupied.
Home and Garden
Get rid of dust bunnies without the stress by using this self-care guide to spring cleaning.
If you could wave a magic wand, these are the projects that you would finish in the blink of an eye.
The Farmstead, a Hixson neighborhood with a neo-traditional design, uses the planning principle that contrasts a typical suburban environment.
This event is a partnership with The City of Chattanooga Public Works Water Quality division, Crabtree Farms, Urban Horticulture Supply, Southeast Tennessee Young Farmers, and local artist Mary Barnett.