Support Us Button Widget

History

Once booming, now barren. Let’s take a peek at a mall of Chattanooga’s past — plus hope for the future.
What was Chattanooga like at the turn of the millennium? We took a look back at the final year of the 20th century to see what life was like pre-Y2K.
Chattanooga Festivals of Black Arts & Ideas is back with a full month of programming to commemorate and celebrate during its Juneteenth Festival.
We’re back with another edition of our Neighborhood Association series, diving into the historic St. Elmo and what the goals of the CAHSE are.
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.
Let’s uncover some of the stories within the Chattanooga Public Library’s Black residents archives and how they shaped the city in their own way throughout history.
Your home, your favorite coffee shop, your daily commute aren’t just written in the skyline — they may be written in the stars.
Join the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park for a series of educational programs commemorating the 160th Anniversary of the Battles for Chattanooga.
A floating museum has set sail and docked on Chattanooga’s riverfront — get a historical look inside one of the ships Columbus traveled on.
Audubon Acres will host its annual Walker Farm Pioneer Days festival, teaching elementary school students skills to help provide an educational tool on how the pioneers lived.
If you had to give neighborhoods in Chattanooga a zodiac sign, what would its chart say?
More from NOOGAtoday
Get ready to eat around the Scenic City once again, tacos edition.
Who will take take home the title of Best Margarita?
We’re taking you all on a journey through where you can find flavors of the world to add to your home-cooked dishes.
Keep reading to learn about the Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition’s key areas of focus + future goals as an organization.
Introducing Keep Chatt Clean, a local initiative that promotes “leave no trace” principles + aims to keep Chattanooga beautiful.
Find out how to participate in local nonprofit Isaiah 117 House’s annual fundraising event where anyone can host a lemonade stand.
Make the most of good weather by taking your meals al fresco on one of Chattanooga’s many beautiful patios.
An Edgar Allan Poe cocktail experience is popping up at The Historic, keep reading to see what you can expect.
The fair will return for its second year with a mix of old and new favorites.
Check out these local events to see fireworks and celebrate Independence Day in and around Chattanooga.