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?
Tickets are on sale now for the inaugural whiskey tasting event.
We’re giving you the 411 on the 423’s landmarks — from the Walnut Street Bridge to Coolidge Park. Learn about their history, fun facts, and just why Chattanoogans and visitors alike find them so iconic.
Chattanooga has an incredibly rich history that is showcased in museums throughout the area. From the Hunter Museum of American Art to the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, pay a visit to these various spots to learn all there is to know about the Scenic City.
Get an inside look at the Raccoon Mountain Pumped-Storage Plant that helps generate power in our community.
Most of us probably don’t have our state flags memorized, but it’s worth studying up: Our flag’s design reflects centuries of history.
Learn about the trailblazing African American photographer at this exhibit.
Dr. Tommie Brown has donated 125 boxes of her personal papers to the UTC Library Special Collections.
Read more about Rose Longgley, one of the founders of Northside Neighborhood House.
We’re celebrating Women’s History Month the best way we know how — with the history of an impactful local woman.
Check out our guide to the many meaningful murals you can find around our city.
Catch up on Chattanooga’s air quality history before a public hearing concerning updates to the Air Pollution Control Ordinance and Regulations.
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