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Each year for the past 30 or more years, the Soddy Daisy fire fighters have raised money to provide Christmas toys and other vital needs for children in the community. In recent years, the need and expenses have grown considerably. This year we expect to spend around $30,000 to support this need.
Doctors call Soddy Daisy woman a medical miracle after surviving double pneumonia
This holiday season is extra special for one Soddy-Daisy woman. Doctors call her a medical miracle after surviving a deadly illness.
Candy Buffet Scoops of Soddy Daisy Step Forward To Help Salvation Army
CHATTANOOGA,TN, (WDEF)- Candy Buffet Scoops custom packed and donated 280 toiletry packs to the Salvation Army at noon Thursday. The donation comes off the back of the Salvation Army getting confirmation that all their Angels for the Angel Tree have been adopted. The organization say they are grateful to donors like Candy Buffet Scoops "We were watching the news, one evening ...
Hamilton School Board, Commissioners break the ice
In several parts of the county, the population is growing, and old school buildings are deteriorating. That's why School Board members and County Commissioners are holding a series of meetings to find solutions.
A burger chain needs some scrubbing, and a local BBQ joint gets a perfect score
The inspectors at the Hamilton County Health Department inspected 35 restaurants this week.
Broken furnace no match for elderly Appalachia woman
APPALACHIA ? The most aggravating aspect of making it to age 86 for Mrs. H. is she can't cook, play pool or clean house like she used to.Even so, if spunk, wit and hospitality were Nos. 1, 2 and 3 pool balls, Mrs. H. could still rocket those into different pockets on the opening break, then clear the table to sink the 8-ball of charm after calling for an uncanny bank shot.From Wise County to ...
Bikers vs. Drivers: Chattanooga is ?bike-friendly?, but there is tension between cyclists, drivers
Justin Grasham hasn?t owned a car for five years; he commutes on his Allez Pro bike from his Red Bank home to his downtown job at Mellow Mushroom.