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Past articles by Caroline:

Plans to expand, restore Tivoli Theatre moving forward

One of Chattanooga's biggest attractions will undergo a major transformation in the new year. → Read More

Students in Dalton kick-off new semester with new school

The start of the Fall semester brought several changes from COVID-19 guidelines to a new school. → Read More

Several power outages reported across Tennessee Valley following severe storms

Several power outages have been reported following severe storms overnight. → Read More

TDOT crews to start demolition of I-24 bridge over Germantown Rd.

This week crews with the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) will start to demolish a bridge on I-24 in Chattanooga. → Read More

New COVID-19 travel restrictions go into effect Tuesday

A negative COVID-19 test will now be required for anyone coming to the United States from another country. → Read More

More than 13,000 voters request absentee ballots in Hamilton County

We saw a record number of Tennesseans voting absentee by-mail in the August election. According to Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett, they anticipate they will break that record in November. The growing interest in voting by mail is being seen in Hamilton County as well. There are 234,891 active registered voters in Hamilton County, according to Elections Programmer Nate Foster. As of… → Read More

Cleveland dentist office to host free clinic Friday

A Cleveland dental office is closing its normal operations to serve the community this week. On Friday, Winn Smiles Dental Practice will host a free dental clinic for those in need of care. Dentist and Co-owner Brad Winn said they saw about 100 people come out to the clinic last year. He said this is an opportunity for their team to give back to the community. "For us and probably everyone on… → Read More

Smith-Perry Berries to open for sunflower photos Tuesday

People who are visiting and taking personal pictures will not have to pay a fee to enter the field. → Read More

Lookout Mountain Incline Railway set to reopen Monday with new cars

The Incline will reopen to the public with two brand new cars. The $4.6 million project features more legroom, security cameras, heating, and cooling vents. → Read More

State to hear Adam Braseel's case for possible exoneration following wrongful murder conviction

During the 12 years he spent in prison, Braseel maintained his innocence. He claimed this was a case of mistaken identity. → Read More

Cempa Community Care to expand COVID-19 testing in Rhea County Wednesday

Cempa Community Care is expanding free COVID-19 testing in Rhea County on Wednesday. It comes two weeks after 175 workers at Henderson Farms tested positive for the virus. Shannon Stephenson, CEO of Cempa Community Care, said they decided to start mobilizing their efforts to people in Rhea County following the outbreak in May. She said it's imperative to expand testing to stop the spread of the… → Read More

Applications open for USDA coronavirus relief program aimed to help farmers

Farmers and ranchers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can now apply for federal assistance. → Read More

Chattanooga Market reopens Sunday with new guidelines

For the first time in months, the Chattanooga Market will reopen at First Horizon Pavilion Sunday. → Read More

After recovering from COVID-19, Chattanooga woman donates plasma to help other patients

Researchers say blood from recovered COVID-19 patients could help current patients recover from the virus. → Read More

Hamilton County gyms, fitness centers can reopen Friday following COVID-19 closure

As of Friday, gyms and fitness centers in most Tennessee counties will be allowed to reopen. → Read More

Don't have a mask? Here is how to make one

According to the CDC, people should wear cloth masks in public places especially to the grocery stores and pharmacies to slow the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus screening sites available in Hamilton County

According to the Tennessee Department of Health, the locations are for Erlanger patients and staff only. → Read More

Jfest tickets go on sale Tuesday

Tickets for J-103's Annual Christian Music Festival are on sale now. → Read More

Grundy County Schools closed Thursday, Friday due to sickness

Grundy County Schools will be closed on Thursday and Friday due to sickness, according to school officials. To check on school closings and delays, click here. This is a developing story, stay with WRCB as we continue to learn more. → Read More

Grundy County Schools closed Thursday and Friday due to sickness

Grundy County Schools will be closed on Thursday and Friday due to sickness, according to school officials. → Read More