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A Rossville, Ga., woman and a Chattanooga man face multiple charges after they allegedly attempted to break into two Bradley County residences, as well as one Bradley County business and stealing … more
No tax increase is on the horizon for Cleveland residents when the Cleveland City Council convenes Monday to begin its fiscal year 2021 budget process in what will be its first-ever electronic … more
Five tips for new gardeners If you’re reading this, odds are this is your first or second crack at growing a garden. With the COVID-19 situation, many people are looking to grow their own food and find new ways to spend their time. But I promise this article is not about COVID, in fact — I shall not mention that name again. more
Let’s Get It Tested By JASON DEBUSK more
Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians welcomes Madyson Foster CHATTANOOGA – Girl Scouts of the Southern Appalachians (GSCSA has announces Madyson Foster has joined the team as philanthropy relations manager in Chattanooga. A native of Cleveland, Foster has resided in Chattanooga since 2013. Foster has been a lifetime volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Chattanooga. In June of 2016, she helped found Chattanooga’s Red Shoe Society, a group of young professionals who work together to raise funds, encourage new volunteers, and enhance awareness of the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Chattanooga. She was co-chair until 2018 and now provides advisory support. In addition, she is on Ronald McDonald House’s Scholarship Committee, vice president of Marketing & PR for Junior League of Chattanooga, 2019-2020 Leadership Hamilton County Schools cohort, and the 2019-20 Protégé cohort through The Chattanooga Chamber. In 2017, she was honored with being named a finalist in Chatter Magazine’s 20 Under 40. Foster has been a volunteer for the Tennessee Distinguished Young Women Program for six years. “I am very excited to be working for GSCSA,” commented Foster. “I was a Girl Scout for six years, starting in kindergarten and I truly believe the skills I learned in Girl Scouting, such as leadership, entrepreneurial, and teamwork skills, as well as how to help others, have shaped me into the woman I am today. The experience of meeting different girls, both in my troop and while attending GSCSA’s Camp Adahi, has been extremely beneficial to my professional life.” more
Lee University’s Dr. Heather Lewis Quagliana, professor of psychology, recently appeared on USAToday.com to talk about how parents can handle quarantine with their children during the … more
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has named Lee University in its 2020 Transfer Honor Roll, which is a recognition given to schools with exemplary pathways for supporting transfer students. The … more
Phasing into a ‘new normal’ more
JENNIFER HARDISON shared this photo of a bird sitting in a feeder she received from a fellow bird lover this past Christmas. more
Ten minutes saved lives on Easter.That’s how far ahead the Bradley County Emergency Management Agency was of the National Weather Service’s regional office in Morristown when it sent out a … more
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