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.
We asked our readers what they would include in a Chattanooga-themed care package. Here’s what they had to say.
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.
Looking to add some local additions to your holiday tree this year? Here are some Chattanooga-themed and locally-made ornaments that are available for purchase.
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.
The Scenic City is looking merry and bright this holiday season.
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.
See what Editors Kristen and Haley are shopping this year.
Learn more about the city-wide coalition working to serve Chattanooga’s immigrant and refugee communities.
Southside’s 24-hour festival, MAINx24, will take place on Saturday, Dec. 2 this year. Here’s the need-to-know info.
Help bring a cheerful holiday season to local families and children in need by donating to these local toy drives and holiday fundraisers around town.
Mosaic Home + Market recently opened its doors in Chattanooga’s NorthShore with the goal of taking away some of the burdens of hosting.
Now that turkey season has officially come and gone, it’s time to set our sights on chiller activities. Read along to see what some of our readers and followers said is a must on their Chattanooga winter bucket list.
See what our readers and followers are giving thanks for this year.
From luxury treehouses to cozy cottages, Chattanooga is full of special places to stay that offer guests a break from traditional motels and hotels.
Become a friendly film critic and support local filmmakers at this downtown bar’s first-ever film festival, showcasing shorts that span genres.
Whether you like to have your tree up the first week of November or the last, it’s about to be opening day these local spots — come pick out your evergreens with us.
The hunt is back on, see how you can participate in this annual holiday tradition.
We asked our readers to weigh in on 2023 Top Places to Eat in Chattanooga findings by Yelp, here’s what you all had to say.
The Scenic City is made up of so many wonderful small businesses — pop over to one of these events to spread that local love.
It’s time to be merry and bright in the Scenic City, and to help you plan your season accordingly, we’ve created a helpful guide to various holiday activities happening in and around the city.
What are you grateful for this Thanksgiving? We are sharing what our readers are giving thanks for, plus a few of Editor Haley + Kristen’s favorites.
Run or walk for a cause this holiday season.
The Scenic City will welcome local and regional artists and their designs during the third edition of this fashion exposé. Learn more about the celebration and its weekend of events.
Miller Park, just in time for the festive season, will become its own little winter wonderland, featuring 50 trees that will be decorated by sponsors within the community.
Join the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park for a series of educational programs commemorating the 160th Anniversary of the Battles for Chattanooga.
This year’s TEDxChattanooga flagship event will be on Wednesday, Nov. 15 with the theme “Awaken.”
The fiber arts community will soon be getting a new space to share their creativity in the Red Bank area. Learn about what you can expect.
Check out these 14 yoga studios around the Scenic City, which offer beginner classes, memberships, hot yoga, and more offerings.
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