Parkridge Health System announces HCA Healthcare Foundation’s $25,000 grant to Chattanooga Food Center
Parkridge Health System, as a part of HCA Healthcare, announced today that the HCA Healthcare Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant to Chattanooga Food Center to increase access to healthy foods in the community. The funding is part of the HCA Healthcare Foundation’s Healthier Tomorrow Fund, a community impact fund with an initial investment of […]
Parkridge Health System is the first health system in the Chattanooga area to offer 3D mammography imaging with artificial intelligence (AI) assistance for breast cancer screening. The AI enhancements of the new technology, paired with 3D imaging, allow doctors to better view and diagnose breast abnormalities. AI technology analyzes screening images that improves diagnostic accuracy, […]
Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly is thrilled to announce that the City of Chattanooga has earned a $500,000 federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Corridor ID Program to fund a comprehensive study to develop the scope, the cost, engineering, and other requirements needed to establish new passenger rail service on existing alignments along the Atlanta-Chattanooga-Nashville-Memphis Corridor. […]
EPB Quantum NetworkSM powered by Qubitekk today announced that it will host Qunnect, a leader in quantum-secure networking technology, for a series of on-site collaborative validation runs. Qunnect will work with Qubitekk to utilize EPB Quantum Network to determine the interoperability of key quantum technologies across a quantum network. This demonstration will mark the first time two commercial […]
City, Council, and Northshore Merchants announce December traffic calming demonstration project for Frazier Ave
A reduced speed limit and a new, temporary weekend traffic pattern for Frazier Ave will slow traffic and provide insight for long-term redesign of a critical Northshore route. The Kelly Administration, City Council Vice Chair Jenny Hill, and the Northshore Merchants Collective announced today that a new, temporary traffic calming demonstration project on Frazier Avenue […]
Named for Lisa Witherow, the director of imaging at the hospital, who passed away earlier this year after an 18-year battle with breast cancer. Witherow’s family, friends and colleagues attended the dedication to honor her memory. The new mammography suite features state-of-the-art 3D mammography screening with artificial intelligence (AI). Witherow was a champion of breast […]
30 years of service and Senior Center Manager looks forward to continuing building healthy lifestyles for Chattanooga seniors.
For years, the city of Chattanooga has recognized employees for their dedicated service toward creating a better city for residents, but for this year, one man has reached a milestone that helped him remember why he’s poured so much into this community. Jerome Martin is the Facility Manager for the Eastgate Senior Center and has […]
Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp is excited to invite the community to the Second Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday, November 30th, at the Hamilton County Courthouse lawn located at 625 Georgia Avenue. This event is the perfect way to kick off the holiday season with family-friendly activities and festive entertainment. The event will […]
The Hamilton County Health Department and The City of Chattanooga’s Office of Community Health Partner to Offer Mobile WIC services at East Lake Community Center, beginning November 28th.
Hamilton County Health Department and the City of Chattanooga’s Office of Community Health are partnering to expand the Health Department’s Women, Infants, & Children Program (WIC) to offer mobile WIC services beginning Tuesday, November 28th, 2023. WIC is a program that provides nutrition education, breastfeeding education and support, nutritious foods, and health referrals to women, infants, and […]
WTCI PBS Selected to Receive Ready To Learn Grant to Support Early Literacy and Critical Thinking Skills
Station to Work with CPB, PBS to Develop ‘Learning Neighborhood’ WTCI PBS has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and PBS to extend the reach and impact of PBS KIDS early learning resources to local communities. Over the next two years, contingent on congressional funding, WTCI PBS will collaborate […]