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Camp Jordan Jams Free Concert Series Starts Saturday
The East Ridge Parks and Recreation and the city of East Ridge are presenting a free concert series at Camp Jordan Park at I-75, Exit 1 on Saturday, Sept.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Chattanooga Railroad Series: Graysville
The major contractor for the first train into Chattanooga was so fond of the territory along the route heading into Chattanooga that he bought a large amount of property on South Chickamauga Creek and laid out a town.
Gloria Hunt Seeking Seat On Catoosa School Board
Gloria Hunt, who became an interim school board member in Catoosa County, District 1, this past summer, is now seeking a full term.
East Ridge To Celebrate Night Out Against Crime
East Ridge Police Chief J.R. Reed, with his staff and officers will celebrate a "Night Out Against Crime," for the public on Monday at Pioneer Frontier Park on Tombras Ave. Chief Reed said that from 6 - 8 p.m. those who attend will be treated to fun, good food and fellowship.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Deadline Today On Petitions For Wine In Groceries Referendum
The deadline was today at 4 p.m. for communities across the state to deliver petitions with signatures of those who favor allowing grocery stores to sell wine.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Firefighters Host 1st Annual Chattanooga 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb
A group of firefighters from the Chattanooga area will be hosting the first annual Chattanooga 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb event in Chattanooga.
SUV Lands On Its Top On East Third Street Near High Street
A tan SUV was flipped on its top on East Third Street going up the steep hill toward High Street late Thursday afternoon.
Real Estate Transfers For Aug. 14-22
NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register's Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register's Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503.
East Ridge, Red Bank Mayors Facing Opposition In Upcoming Election
East Ridge Mayor Brent Lambert is being opposed by the vice mayor, Jim Bethune, and by citizen activist Frances Pope.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Jones Memorial Bar-B-Que Is Sept. 13
The Jones Memorial United Methodist Church will host the 39th annual Men's Club Bar-B-Que on Saturday, Sept.
Man Robbed, Stabbed At Hixson Pike Bus Stop
Phani Tangirala, 22, was transported to a local hospital by HCEMS for treatment of a stab wound to the abdomen.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
City Council Unanimously Approves Downtown Amplified Noise District On 1st Reading
Councilman Moses Freeman said he did not get what he wanted in the ordinance, but said it is a first step and will be reviewed after a year.
Time Running Out for Wine Petition
"We have customers all the time asking us you know, where's the wine department, where's the wine section?" said Brenda Reid, spokesperson for Publix Grocery Stores.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Incumbents Pick Up For Red Bank Posts; Lambert Qualifies To Run Again For East Ridge Mayor
Incumbents Floy Pierce and Rick Causer have picked up papers to run for new terms on the Red Bank Commission.
East Ridge Man, 26, Charged With Statutory Rape Of 16-Year-Old Girl, Who Is Pregnant
An East Ridge man was arrested after police responded to a disorder at his apartment, only to discover that a 16-year-old girl was staying with him and was pregnant with his child.
McCord Charged In Rape Of Girlfriend At Ooltewah Residence
Police have charged 44-year-old Michael Anthony McCord with the aggravated rape of his girlfriend at a residence in Ooltewah.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Parents Of Westview School Vandal Describe History Of Mental Illness
The parents of a 22-year-old man caught inside a heavily-vandalized Westview Elementary School in a public letter have outlined his lifetime of what they called mental illness.
Chattanooga Market Hosts Live United Day This Sunday
Live United Day is a day-long celebration of all things United Way at the Chattanooga Market.
East Ridge Agrees To $4 Million In Upfront Incentives For Bass Pro Shops Despite "Risks"
Both the East Ridge City Council and the East Ridge Industrial Development Board voted unanimously Thursday night to approve an agreement that will allow the border region development in the city to move forward, though the cost of incentives is high and officials were told some risks are involved.