WRCB’s John Martin spent time speaking with some of those students about what they were thankful for this time and year and what they are looking forward to this Christmas.
This exhibition, held under the dome of the Chattanooga Choo Choo Terminal features a variety of fine furniture hand-crafted by the students and faculty of the Chattanooga Woodworking Academy.
Despite Tennessee having the highest beer tax rates in the country, Chattanooga's Heaven & Ale Brewing Co. is celebrating their two year anniversary this weekend.
John P Franklin was the recipient of numerous awards and honors from many professional and civic groups for his educational and civic involvement.
The building was abandoned in 1983 and originally slated for demolition, it was instead renovated and reopened in 1999 as a mixed-use structure housing restaurants, retail shops, and apartments.
Cornerstones, Chattanooga's only non-profit Historic Preservation Organization, exists to preserve the architectural heritage and urban fabric of Chattanooga.
The facility was founded to provide lifetime care to more than 200 former research chimpanzees at its sanctuary on 236 acres of forested land in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Georgia.