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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.

Beat the heat by taking a refreshing dip in one of these local spots around + nearby town.
Summer is quickly approaching, and with it comes the travel — from folks coming in to natives going on vacation, here are some scenic routes you can take without the traffic.
Whether you start or end your day with a podcast, we’ve got some locally-produced shows to add to your queue.
The Chattanooga Summer Cocktail Festival is set to return in June — enjoy the warm weather with a delicious cocktail in hand.
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Experience a night under the stars with live music, s’mores + more during Reflection Riding’s Campfire Concert Series.
In a partnership with CARTA, the Chattanooga Public Library will offer Ride & Read bus passes during its annual Make. Play. Read. Learn. summer challenge for kiddos.
Whether you’re participating, cheering the athletes on, or looking to avoid the crowds — here’s what you need to know about Ironman weekend in Chattanooga.
Two years ago, the historic Tivoli Theatre began a major restoration project, closing to the public. Now, we’re taking you through the last steps of the project.
The Tivoli Theatre Foundation has announced the six traveling Broadway productions that will be stopping in the Scenic City during the 2024-2025 season.
Lace up your sneakers, the Chattanooga Chase, the Scenic City’s oldest active competitive race is set to return on Memorial Day.
Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp has proposed the largest investment in county road improvements in county history + we’re paving out the details.
This one is for the creatives — get connected with local publisher Walnut Street Publishing and its community outreach efforts.
Help us set the tone for our Asheville-inspired playlist.
Local social club Common House has announced its Summer Pool Party Series — opening its pool up to the public on select days throughout the season.
Here what you need to know about Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly’s proposed budget for the 2025 fiscal year.
With a busy weekend full of events and graduation ceremonies, this guide will tell you where to go if you’re celebrating a student, or if you want to avoid the fuss.
We’re back with another edition of our Neighborhood Association series, diving into the historic St. Elmo and what the goals of the CAHSE are.
According to Newsweek Magazine’s readers, Chattanooga’s very own Tennessee Aquarium is the best in the country.
Headquartered in Chattanooga, MDLR Brands is bringing sustainable measures to the development world with Boxvana, a line of customizable prefabricated modular homes.
It appears that the Scenic City will have a little something for everyone to enjoy on 4/20 this year — let’s get into the major events happening.
It’s time to hit play because we’re spinning some tracks on where to get the best deals on Record Store Day around the Scenic City.
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.