A quick history of The W Road
A quick history of The W Road

The W originated as a Union supply Line between Nashville and Chattanooga during the Civil War.

UPDATE: Nightfall opens in Miller Plaza
UPDATE: Nightfall opens in Miller Plaza

You may be concerned about construction nearby, but it's important to remember that Miller Park is under construction.

Small Business Week with Sierra Madre Research
Small Business Week with Sierra Madre Research

Sierra Madre Research is a Chattanooga newcomer focused on quality outdoor gear and philanthropy.

Chattanooga Trees: The Bonny Oaks Willow Oak
Chattanooga Trees: The Bonny Oaks Willow Oak

After the Civil War, it was reported that fewer than 60 trees were left in Chattanooga.

A dose of nature: doctors prescribe a day in the park for anxiety
A dose of nature: doctors prescribe a day in the park for anxiety

For many patients, like Lauren Huddle, 31, a big dose of Mother Nature is exactly what she needs after a stressful day. 

Chattanooga's Camp Contraband
Chattanooga's Camp Contraband

The camp was a haven for a large number of refugees, most of whom were liberated slaves seeking safety within the Union lines.

Welcome to Bridgeport: the New York City of the South
Welcome to Bridgeport: the New York City of the South

What was once the center of business and trade is getting a boost thanks to Google. In 1887, Bridgeport in Jackson County, Alabama, was the seemingly perfect location for a few wealthy New York industrialists to set up a new capitalist venture.

3 In Your Town: Historic Coke Ovens
3 In Your Town: Historic Coke Ovens

The men in Dunlap mined coal on the mountain to make coke. Coke is a fuel with few impurities and a high carbon content.

Northwest Georgia leads the welding way
Northwest Georgia leads the welding way

"We got the boilermakers, the iron workers, the fabrication shops,” exclaimed Cooper. “Basically you name it, it's going on this this area.”

Baseball's colorful history in the Scenic City
Baseball's colorful history in the Scenic City

Professional baseball played a large role in in the reconstruction efforts around the South, and Chattanooga was a large part of that history.

New venue for the Bluegrass Underground
New venue for the Bluegrass Underground

"Where we were for Bluegrass Underground before for the last 10 years has been a wonderful reality,” explained owner Todd Mayo. “But it was always a show cave. In the back of my mind I always wanted to find something that was Red Rocks m...

Daffodil Colorfest at Gibbs Gardens
Daffodil Colorfest at Gibbs Gardens

There are two hundred and twenty acres of landscaped gardens there, with each of the sixteen gardens on site, blooming throughout various points in the year.

Bradford pear trees terrible for ecosystem
Bradford pear trees terrible for ecosystem

You've seen those beautiful, white flowering white trees all around, right? They're called Bradford Pears, and they're terrible for our ecosystem. 

The State of Dade: Fact or Folklore
The State of Dade: Fact or Folklore

Dade County, Georgia became its own sovereign nation for 85 years. Or did it?

UPDATE: Eaglet from Berry College falls from nest
UPDATE: Eaglet from Berry College falls from nest

Berry College is home to the Fighting Vikings, but a new potential mascot has emerged. And it's one that represents more than just the college. The duo of bald eagles represent the country.

Coming Soon: Dalton Brewing Company
Coming Soon: Dalton Brewing Company

Dalton Brewing Company is set to open this Saturday, February 24.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Chattanooga dating
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Chattanooga dating

Finding love can be tough, especially if you're looking for it in all the wrong places.

The Old Federal Road
The Old Federal Road

From 1805 to the 1840s, the road linked Savannah, Georgia with Knoxville and Nashville, Tennessee.

Chattanooga's Zarzours celebrates 100 years
Chattanooga's Zarzours celebrates 100 years

The restaurant has been in the same location and run by the same family since it opened on January 18, 1918.

Glamping on the Cumberland Plateau
Glamping on the Cumberland Plateau

Glamping has been described as nature meeting modern luxury. It's a way to experience the untamed and completely unique parts of the world—without having to sacrifice creature comforts. 

Hittin' the slopes in Mentone
Hittin' the slopes in Mentone

It’s ski season in Mentone, Alabama!

A Koukos Christmas: Turning Grief into Goodness
A Koukos Christmas: Turning Grief into Goodness

For the past six years, Key Koukos of Twins Pizza and Steaks has opened his doors to anyone who needs a place to go on Christmas. 

A taste of Tennessee: the Jack Daniels Distillery Tour
A taste of Tennessee: the Jack Daniels Distillery Tour

"We have about one whiskey barrel for about every 2-3 people that live in the state of Tennessee today."

UPDATE: Bluegrass Underground moving to Grundy Co.
UPDATE: Bluegrass Underground moving to Grundy Co.

Bluegrass Underground, currently 333 feet below the Cumberland Plateau, is moving to a new home starting in 2018.

State park gift cards available for holidays
State park gift cards available for holidays

Gift cards are traditionally given for restaurants, movies or music. But now it's a great offer for golfers, hikers, anglers, campers, history buffs or anyone who enjoys being outdoors.

3 In Your Town: Little River National Preserve
3 In Your Town: Little River National Preserve

The park's namesake, Little River, is unique because it flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama.

Helping those with travel challenges
Helping those with travel challenges

'CurbFree with Cory Lee' was designed to help those with unique travel needs explore the globe.

Let us give thanks for the Thanksgiving burrito
Let us give thanks for the Thanksgiving burrito

The burrito includes, smoked turkey, stuffing, macaroni and cheese, sweet potato fries and drizzled with a spicy cranberry sauce.

Sewanee Tigers: The greatest team in college football history
Sewanee Tigers: The greatest team in college football history

Football might not be the most celebrated extra-curricular activity on campus now, but to this day Sewanee holds the title as having the best team in college football history.

Blessing of the Buffalo
Blessing of the Buffalo

Vital Buffalo Farm is open by appointment for special visits by students, seniors, veterans and home-schoolers. 

The scenic scoop on Snoopers Rock overlook
The scenic scoop on Snoopers Rock overlook

The scenic view of Snoopers Rock is located just a few miles west of the Scenic City.

One of America's best hikes: Walls of Jericho
One of America's best hikes: Walls of Jericho

Recently the Alabama trail is referred to in Reader's Digest as one of the top 20 hiking trails in the nation. 

Chattanooga company creates fun for six decades
Chattanooga company creates fun for six decades

Amusement Products of Chattanooga has been manufacturing ‘fun’ on East Brainerd Road for nearly six decades. 

World's Largest 10 Commandments
World's Largest 10 Commandments

This beautiful, Biblical outdoor theme park is located on more than two hundred acres of land in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.

3IYT: How the Olgiati Bridge got its name
3IYT: How the Olgiati Bridge got its name

The 1950s ushered in interstate highway construction across the nation, and Olgiati felt Chattanooga's close proximity to big cities in every direction should make his city a priority. 

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Bluegrass Underground
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Bluegrass Underground

Riverbend has come to an end, but if you still want to see live music in an unusual setting, head northwest to McMinnville.

Bug off: Natural ways to ward off mosquitoes
Bug off: Natural ways to ward off mosquitoes

Bug repellent is great in fighting against mosquitoes, but there's another way to fight those pesky insects and make your yard a little more beautiful.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Beacon of faith
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Beacon of faith

In downtown Chattanooga, a steeple still stands as a marker for the big stone church that once stood at Georgia Avenue and McCallie.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Rock Island
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Rock Island

Rock Island State Park is only about an hour and 20 minutes away from Chattanooga’s city center, but by the time you pull into this gorgeous state park, you’ll feel worlds away.

Meet Chattanooga's top bocce athlete
Meet Chattanooga's top bocce athlete

While the next summer Olympic games is still a few years out, this weekend marks the start of the Tennessee Special Olympics Summer Games.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Fiddlers Anonymous
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Fiddlers Anonymous

August Bruce is a remarkable musician who also owns a music store in Red Bank. But what is more remarkable about August is that she teaches any newcomer to the world of music – for free.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Fireman's Fountain
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Fireman's Fountain

The Fireman’s Fountain in downtown Chattanooga is a revered memorial for the firemen, Henry Iler and W.M. Peak who lost their lives in the line of duty in June of 1887.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Mother's Day
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Mother's Day

Public service announcement: Mother's Day is coming up on Sunday, May 14th. It's never too early to start making plans. 

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Tennessee Aquarium
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Tennessee Aquarium

Just 4 miles separate the ruggedness of Lookout Mountain and the modern contemporary design of the Tennessee Aquarium. Long time Scenic City residents know,  it almost didn’t look like this.

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