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  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020 11:39 AM
    Reopening Lodging, Hotels, & STVRs Safely Webinar - The Pulse - Chattanooga Pulse
    Reopening Lodging, Hotels, & STVRs Safely WebinarMany of Chattanooga's lodging and accommodations establishments have maintained continuous operations as essential businesses, but the State of Tennessee recommends such establishments implement an assortment of measures to protect consumers and employees.The City of Chattanooga is partnering with Chattanooga Tourism Co. to host a 1-hour webinar to talk through the guidelines set forth by the State of TN and best practices suggested by the CDC and other industry leaders. As various businesses and attractions begin to reopen in Chattanooga, it is important that our lodging establishments, hotels, and STVRs are operating and reopening as ...
  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10:29 AM
    Chattanooga Football Club Launches Operation Get Active - The Pulse - Chattanooga Pulse
    Operation Get Active goes online, giving away free soccer balls Operation Get Active (OGA), a program of the Chattanooga Football Club Foundation, is launching an online version of its soccer program for youth to stay active at home this summer.In partnership with the City of Chattanooga Youth and Family Development department, OGA will be releasing weekly follow along soccer videos, conducted by OGA staff, coaches and special guests like the Chattanooga Football Club players. No soccer ball, no problem. OGA is also going to be giving away 512 free soccer balls so that children can follow along to the videos at home if ...
  • Friday, March 13, 2020 10:38 AM
    The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera will cancel all performances through April 2 due to the closure of the Tivoli Theatre and Chattanooga State Community College. All CSO educational programming and Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestra activities will also be suspended until Monday, March 30, due to the closure of the Hamilton County Schools.As a precautionary measure against COVID-19, the city of Chattanooga has recommended that the Tivoli Theatre halt all scheduled concerts through Friday, April 3 or until the city is comfortable with the theatre re-opening. Impacted CSO performances include Lights! Camera! Pops! on March 21, Disney in Concert Tale as Old ...
  • Wednesday, March 11, 2020 12:33 PM
    Kickin' Up Your Kilts - The Pulse - Chattanooga Pulse
    Kickin’ Up Your KiltsSt. Paddy’s Day is upon us and there’s more to do than you can shake a shillelagh at…This Saturday, SoundCorps and the Honest Pint present the 7th annual Paddy’s on the Parkway celebration, one of downtown’s favorite parties of the year. Music starts at six and the lineup includes Luke Simmons & The Lovestruck, Magic Tapestry Belly Dance Troupe, Lenox Hills, Fire Cabaret, The Communicators, Behold The Brave, Stringer’s Ridge, WalkOrRow, The Molly Maguires, Slim Pickins, and The 9th Street Stompers.The 2020 Great Southern Old Time Fiddlers’ Convention, under the expert curation of Matt Downer (one of ...
  • Thursday, March 05, 2020 04:05 PM
    The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera will close its 2019/20 Chamber Series with Apollo and Jupiter on Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m. at the Chattanooga State Humanities Theatre. The concert will feature Mozart’s grand and energetic Symphony No. 41 “Jupiter” and acclaimed 19th century composer Felix Mendelssohn’s Konzertstück No. 1 in F minor for Clarinet, which will highlight the talents of CSO musicians Robert West and Steve Tonkinson. The Chattanooga Ballet will accompany the orchestra with brand new choreography for Apollo Musagète, Stravinsky’s beloved ballet depicting the Greek god of music, Apollo, and his interactions with the Muses.  “Stravinsky's work ...
  • Tuesday, March 03, 2020 04:16 PM
    Chattanooga Athletics - Mocs Participate in Read Across America - GoMocs.com
    Story Links Student-athletes from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga took part in the annual Read Across America event on Monday, March 2.  Members of various Mocs Athletics programs visited Hillcrest Elementary School in Chattanooga to read to students as a part of the National Education Association event.Read Across America took place on Monday, March 2, the 23rd year of the reading celebration that started on Dr. Seuss's birthday.  It has engaged millions of educators, parents, and students nationwide with school and community celebrations from coast to coast. The events were originally designed to pay homage to the beloved children's ...
  • Tuesday, March 03, 2020 09:34 AM
    The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera has been approved for a $10,000 Art Works grant to support concerts of works by female composers and female guest artists, as well as related educational activities.    The award will provide funding for the organization’s March 5 performance, Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2, featuring guest pianist Gloria Chien and contemporary female composer Jelena Dabic's Beethaphase. A special Women in Classical Music panel will be held in conjunction with the concert on Wednesday, March 4 at 1 p.m. at the Chattanooga Library Auditorium and will include a panel discussion with Chien, who also serves as ...
  • Wednesday, February 05, 2020 12:01 PM
    Chattanooga 2019 property taxes are due at the end of the month and the Treasurer’s Office in City Hall will be open Saturday, Feb. 29 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. to accept tax payments. Property owners can pay taxes multiple ways: • The easiest is paying online at chattanooga.gov[1] with a credit or debit card. Please note that electronic payment are subject to fees of 2.49 percent.  • Payments can be mailed in and must be postmarked no later than Feb. 29. You can send your payments to City Treasurer P.O. Box 191, Chattanooga, Tn. 37401-0191. • Lastly, payments can be accepted ...
  • Thursday, January 23, 2020 10:44 AM
    McCallie students continued their tradition of honoring the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a “day on” rather than a “day off” of activities and service projects for MLK Day Monday. Upper School students, along with 8th graders who joined their 11th-grade mentors, braved the cold weather to travel to 26 different locations throughout Chattanooga to participate in a variety of activities, ranging from assisting in the MLK Day parade, to cleaning up a cemetery, to preparing food for the homeless. The day of service concluded with an afternoon Chapel service featuring Tony Doyle with United Way of ...
  • Wednesday, January 22, 2020 10:44 AM
    As many urban areas adopt “smart city” initiatives, Chattanooga is doing so with a slightly different approach—and now, the city is being recognized for its ethical practices. The Smart 50 Awards, created by US Ignite, Smart Cities Connect and Smart Cities Connect Foundation listed Chattanooga’s data analytics practices as a winner in the Digital Transformation category, which recognizes projects that deal with data, artificial intelligence, sensors, IoT (or Internet of Things), cybersecurity, privacy and blockchain (data security). “Chattanooga is pioneering smart solutions that can improve people’s lives, and we are proud that we’re doing that in a way that keeps ...