|Number of Smokers Locally is Below National Average
Health Department Pushing "Stop Smoking" Programs Video
|Chattanooga teenager raises money for pediatric cancer patients
Last year they raised $35,000 and hope to raise $40,000 this time Video
|Free health care offered during the weeekend
"I don't have the money to pay for it and I appreciate these people here coming in to help the people," said one patient. Video
|Sen. Corker on Affordable Health Care
GOP Leader Predicts Many Small Companies Will Drop Coverage Video
|Tennessee Weslyan College Graduates First 5 Students From New Online RN to BSN Program
Tennessee Wesleyan College’s Fort Sanders Nursing Department has graduated its inaugural class from its Online RN to BSN program. Mirroring the college’s traditional RN to BSN program which has been educating new nurses for nearly a decade, the Online RN to BSN was introduced this past year and is the college’s first online degree, designed to offer a flexible schedule specifically for registered nurses returning to school to obtain a Bachelor of Science in nursing.
|JOE FRUGAL: FREE Dental Care Starting at 7am Today at Smiles of Chattanooga
If you're in need of dental care, you'll want to make plans to attend this free event. Video
|East Lake Celebration Offers Free Medical Screenings and Job Search Advice
TENNder Care, the Chattanooga Youth and Family Development Department and the Partnership for Families Children and Adults teamed up for this annual event. Video
|Parkridge Valley CEO Wins CIT Partner of the Year Award
The Partner of the Year Award is an acknowledgement of the extensive support Francois has given to the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program, which trains law enforcement personnel on the proper way to respond to individuals dealing with a mental health crisis.
|Shred-It and Drug Take Back Day Events at Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Annex
The Sheriff's Office holds this event every year, a few weeks after tax day. Video
|Lee University Announces Speakers for this Summer's Autism Symposium
The symposium, titled “Lights, Camera, Autism!,” will be Friday, June 21, at Lee University’s Helen DeVos College of Education.