(nooga.com) - A group of citizens has formed a collective to honor the memory of a man who was lynched on the Walnut Street Bridge in 1906.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
(nooga.com) - The potential Charles H. Coolidge Medal of Honor Heritage Center is drawing opposition for its proposed location.
(nooga.com) - Like the greatest fishermen, Tennessee Aquarium officials needed a bit of luck and timing to land their newest exhibit.
Saturday, August 13, 2016
(Chattanooga Times-Free Press) - As a naturalist at the Tennessee Aquarium, John Dever said, he often served as a guide on the River Gorge Explorer cruises up the Tennessee River pointing out features on the riverbank. But Friday morning he got a chance to see the riverbank up close, as a new $16 million, three-mile section of the Tennessee Riverpark officially opened to the public. Read more.
Thursday, August 11, 2016
(chattanoogan.com) - Chattanooga's history is a microcosm of the American story: controversial; violent; filled with ambitious leaders, tremendous successes and abject failures.
(chattanoogan.com) - Officials associated with the Chattanooga History Center have been mum about what happened to some $10 million that was donated for a world class facility that never materialized.
(chattanoogan.com) - Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park invites the public to attend a variety of living history programs taking place at Point Park, on Lookout Mountain, and at Chickamauga Battlefield during Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 3 & 4.