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Haley Bartlett

City Editor

Haley Bartlett is a journalist based in Chattanooga, Tennessee who has written for publications such as the LA Canyon News and Chattanooga Times Free Press. She loves reading in coffee shops and finding funky home decor in thrift stores.

As part of its mission to bring quality education and support to students across Hamilton County, Chattanooga 2.0 has launched a new program to help with its literacy plan and create access to reading.
The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga recently held its 41st annual Equal Opportunity Day — check out the folks from the community that were highlighted for their leadership and advocacy.
With the help of a grant from United Way of Greater Chattanooga + the desire to continue to grow after 25 years, Crabtree Farms will be making some changes to its grounds over the next few years.
The Chattanooga Parks and Outdoors Department is getting in the holiday spirit with its own rendition of “The Elf on the Shelf” — read along on how to find Clark Griswold hiding in various parks.
After the public raised safety concerns in light of recent accidents on Frazier Avenue in NorthShore, the City of Chattanooga and NorthShore Merchants Collective have announced a demonstration of new traffic patterns.
It’s official, the Flying Squirrel has flown away, and in its place now stands Ernest Chinese. Brought to you by the same crew, this American Chinese restaurant is bringing a new twist to the Scenic City.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or the next Tiger Woods, these 21 golf courses in Chattanooga are sure to make for a good round.
November was a jam packed month with news, and it’s okay if you’re already forgetting some things. We’ll help you fill in the blanks, crossword puzzle style.
The 2023 Chattanooga Santa Pub Crawl is gearing up to kickoff — read on for wristband information, destinations, and more need-to-knows that will have you ready to sip all night long.
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