Room 311: The haunting of The Read House
Room 311: The haunting of The Read House

There have many reported instances of unusual activities in Room 311. Now tours are available to the general public.

Sadie Watson: Hamilton County's first elected female
Sadie Watson: Hamilton County's first elected female

Two years after the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified, a woman ran for and won a political office in Hamilton County

HERstory: Abby Crawford Milton
HERstory: Abby Crawford Milton

Abby Crawford Milton was an American suffragist and was the last president of the Tennessee Equal Suffrage Association.

The reason behind these early season burns
The reason behind these early season burns

Sixty-nine percent of the forest is in multiple-use regulated forests and the remainder is in conservation areas.

3IYT: Chattanooga's Camp Contraband
3IYT: 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.

UPDATE: Smokies record visitation benefits from opening of Missing Link
UPDATE: Smokies record visitation benefits from opening of Missing Link

According to the park, more than 11.4 million people visited last year, an increase of a little less than 1 percent from the previous year.

3 IN YOUR TOWN: The history of Grundy County's Highlander Folk School
3 IN YOUR TOWN: The history of Grundy County's Highlander Folk School

The history of the Highlander Folk School reflects the course of organized labor and Civil Rights movements in the South, as well as the struggles of southern activists between the 1930s and early 1960s.

Dr. Emma Wheeler: Chattanooga's Pioneer Doctor
Dr. Emma Wheeler: Chattanooga's Pioneer Doctor

Dedicated on July 30, 1915, Walden Hospital became the first hospital in Chattanooga to be owned, operated, and staffed by African Americans and dedicated to their treatment.

A Chattanooga icon: The life of Mary Walker
A Chattanooga icon: The life of Mary Walker

Five short years before her death, Mary Walker enrolled in a class with the Chattanooga Area Literacy Movement (CALM), and learned to read for the first time in her life at the age of 116.

3IYT: Grundy County celebrates 175 years
3IYT: Grundy County celebrates 175 years

The Grundy County Historical Society is celebrating 175 years with several events.

#3IYT: 2019 Lookout Wild Film Festival to be held at Tivoli Theatre
#3IYT: 2019 Lookout Wild Film Festival to be held at Tivoli Theatre

This year's edition will take place at the Tivoli Theatre January 24-27.

The History of Lee Highway
The History of Lee Highway

Lee Highway is one of America's first trans-continental routes

The World's "Best" Bacon
The World's "Best" Bacon

Allan Benton's bacon has been awarded countless superlatives across the United States

3 In Your Town: Sky 3 year in review
3 In Your Town: Sky 3 year in review

A look at some of the top stories we captured with Sky 3 in 2018. 

Christmas with the Alpacas
Christmas with the Alpacas

TMMA will host their annual Christmas with the Alpaca event December 1st and 2nd

Hixson Elementary's "Mott's Tots" looking forward to Christmas
Hixson Elementary's "Mott's Tots" looking forward to Christmas

Hixson Elementary first-graders talk about what they are looking forward to this Christmas.

Battles for Chattanooga: 155th Anniversary
Battles for Chattanooga: 155th Anniversary

Program Schedule for the 155th Anniversary of the Battles for Chattanooga, November 23-25, 2018

3 IN YOUR TOWN: Raulston Acres Christmas Tree Farm
3 IN YOUR TOWN: Raulston Acres Christmas Tree Farm

You can choose a tree for your family or a military member

Vintage Pickin' Christmas Sale
Vintage Pickin' Christmas Sale

Vintage Pickin’ Christmas Vendor Market will take place November 16-17, 2018.

Wilder Monument at Chickamauga Battlefield
Wilder Monument at Chickamauga Battlefield

The monument is dedicated to Union Colonel and Chattanooga mayor, John T. Wilder

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