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Hamilton County has proposed more than $3 million in funding to be invested in CTE programs across the county — read along to find out where.
The Hamilton County Office of Emergency Management have launched REGROUP, an emergency alert platform for residents to use from their phones.
In case you missed it, there have been ongoing discussions of erecting a new courthouse for Chattanooga — let’s discuss where the plans are.
The Hamilton County Health Department has released the “A Picture of Our Health” assessment for 2024 — the first update since 2019. Let’s see some of the notable changes and data from the last five years.
The City of Chattanooga has unveiled its plan to create a protected multi-modal lane for the Frazier Avenue reconfiguration — a modified version of the “Option B” proposal.
What’s in store for Hamilton County for 2025? Read the highlights from the 2024 State of the County address.
From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 25+ gyms and fitness offerings around Chattanooga.
Through federal Community Project Funds secured by Chattanooga’s congressman, eight local development and expansion projects will soon begin throughout the city.
Through funds from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, Chattanooga’s stretch of US-27 (through the Riverfront area) will soon undergo a first-of-its-kind landscaping project.
As a way to continue its mission of responsible growth for the tri-state Chattanooga region, Thrive Regional Partnership has joined national partners to be a part of the Coalition of Hip Hideaways.
We recently shared news of who will be on the new Parks and Outdoors Advisory Committee — now, they’ve conducted their first meeting and we’re giving the inside scoop on what’s to come.
Chattanooga residents will soon utilize the city’s 311 service to schedule their bulk trash pickups.
To help make your entire process at the Chattanooga Airport as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from gates and parking to details on the airport’s nine nonstop flights.
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White Oak Bicycle Co-Op recently donated two bicycle repair stations to the city of Red Bank to help provide support for cyclists.
The US Department of Transportation has granted the City of Chattanooga two federal grants that will be used to study and design pedestrian-friendly infrastructure that will connect more areas of the city together.
“Our Voices,” a new social media series recently launched to address Chattanooga + the surrounding Tennessee region’s low youth voter turnout.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special NOOGAtoday contest.
The City of Chattanooga will consider reforming parts of the Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) program as it pertains to affordable housing. Let’s discuss what the changes are and what it can mean for residents.
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La Paz recently ran survey to better understand and identify the needs of the community — let’s dive into the results.
We’re kicking off our Chattanooga Neighborhood Association series with the North Chattanooga Neighborhood Association, a newer group that recently had its inaugural meeting. Find out what resources could be in your own backyard.
The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency has released its findings from its Plan Hamilton County research — including a demand for 46,000 new homes + community growth.
The City of Chattanooga has officially released options for the reconfiguration of Frazier Avenue — learn more about the city’s preferred Option A and the alternative option B before sharing input.
Let us take you on a virtual tour of the Felker House, a historical piece of North Georgia that resides only ~30 minutes from downtown Chattanooga.
Whether you’re participating, cheering the athletes on, or looking to avoid the crowds — here’s what you need to know.
While our official election day for the county and federal primaries isn’t until Tuesday, March 5, early voting will begin Wednesday, Feb. 14. Here is how to get your ballots in and your votes counted.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in Chattanooga, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
The Chattanooga City Council has officially appointed the 15 members who will serve on the board of the city’s first-ever Parks & Outdoors Advisory Committee.
The City of Chattanooga has announced it will formally sign an agreement with leaders in Accra, the capital city of Ghana to become the city’s first Sister City in the African continent.
2023 held a lot of major development news — let us know which projects are at the top of your list to be completed, and you might just see an update in a future newsletter.
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