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Haley Bartlett

City Editor

Haley Bartlett is a journalist based in Chattanooga, Tennessee who has written for publications such as the LA Canyon News and Chattanooga Times Free Press. She loves reading in coffee shops and finding funky home decor in thrift stores.

Chattanooga Burger Week is back for another round in the Scenic City featuring burger deals and a friendly competition among local eateries.
Editor Haley here — I’m taking on a new challenge to broaden my scope of the Greater Chattanooga area. Follow along my journey as I try places I’ve never been.
Hamilton County has proposed more than $3 million in funding to be invested in CTE programs across the county — read along to find out where.
The Hamilton County Office of Emergency Management have launched REGROUP, an emergency alert platform for residents to use from their phones.
In case you missed it, there have been ongoing discussions of erecting a new courthouse for Chattanooga — let’s discuss where the plans are.
R&B artist Usher will return home for a special community celebration where he will receive the Key to the City of Chattanooga.
Get ready to grab your blankets and stock your baskets — it’s picnic season.
Presented by local radio station Hits96, the annual Running of the Chihuahuas is back for another year under the First Horizon Pavilion, and we’re here to tell you all the yappy details.
The Tennessee Valley Chapter of Wild Ones, a group dedicated to connecting the community to native plants, will host a Plant Natives Weekend festival to showcase all things nature.
The Hamilton County Health Department has released the “A Picture of Our Health” assessment for 2024 — the first update since 2019. Let’s see some of the notable changes and data from the last five years.
The Jewish Federation of Chattanooga will be taking requests for kosher items for local families to enjoy during their Passover celebrations.
We know spring just began, but it will be summertime before you know it — which means no school for the kids. Want them to enjoy some interactive, educational, and all around fun activities this season? Here are some local summer camps to check out.
Local wellness group Scenic City Neurotherapy recently launched a 31-day “Spring Clean Your Life” challenge + we’re partnering up to provide you all with ways to take some screen breaks this week.
Through federal Community Project Funds secured by Chattanooga’s congressman, eight local development and expansion projects will soon begin throughout the city.
Through funds from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, Chattanooga’s stretch of US-27 (through the Riverfront area) will soon undergo a first-of-its-kind landscaping project.
As a way to continue its mission of responsible growth for the tri-state Chattanooga region, Thrive Regional Partnership has joined national partners to be a part of the Coalition of Hip Hideaways.
We want to know: Where is the best pizza in Chattanooga? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.
We’ve got a new local podcast for you all to enjoy, giving listeners weekly sports talk, guest appearances, and more — let’s chat about “Chatt It Up Sports.”
We recently shared news of who will be on the new Parks and Outdoors Advisory Committee — now, they’ve conducted their first meeting and we’re giving the inside scoop on what’s to come.
In celebration of World Water Day on Friday, March 22, local nonprofit WaterWays is hosting a scavenger hunt throughout the Chattanooga area — read along for tips on how to discover the hidden painted rocks.
The US Department of Transportation has granted the City of Chattanooga two federal grants that will be used to study and design pedestrian-friendly infrastructure that will connect more areas of the city together.
The City of Chattanooga will consider reforming parts of the Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) program as it pertains to affordable housing. Let’s discuss what the changes are and what it can mean for residents.
Tulip season has officially bloomed into action around the area, so we’ve created this helpful guide on local spots around the greater Chattanooga area to see the flowers yourself.
Outshine Adventures is teaming up with Nomad Be Happy to bring a new festival to the Scenic City. Celebrate our green spaces with the Chattanooga Outdoor Festival, slated later in April.
We asked you all to help us create a Chattanooga-inspired daylist — now, it’s time to set the mood right with these folk tunes.
La Paz recently ran survey to better understand and identify the needs of the community — let’s dive into the results.
We’re kicking off our Chattanooga Neighborhood Association series with the North Chattanooga Neighborhood Association, a newer group that recently had its inaugural meeting. Find out what resources could be in your own backyard.
The City of Chattanooga has officially released options for the reconfiguration of Frazier Avenue — learn more about the city’s preferred Option A and the alternative option B before sharing input.
Let us take you on a virtual tour of the Felker House, a historical piece of North Georgia that resides only ~30 minutes from downtown Chattanooga.
Let’s uncover some of the stories within the Chattanooga Public Library’s Black residents archives and how they shaped the city in their own way throughout history.