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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.

Get ready to eat around the Scenic City once again, tacos edition.
Who will take take home the title of Best Margarita?
We’re taking you all on a journey through where you can find flavors of the world to add to your home-cooked dishes.
Find out how to participate in local nonprofit Isaiah 117 House’s annual fundraising event where anyone can host a lemonade stand.
Tell us what you’ve discovered that makes the Twin City special.
Have you stumbled upon these mysterious mosaics that have popped up around town, filling former potholes?
Thanks to the Tennessee Aquarium, you don’t have to miss out on this year’s Olympic season — watch the opening ceremony from the comfort of the downtown area.
The folks from Main Line Tattoo are back for year four of this convention that blends the worlds of tattoos and books.
After years of conversations and planning, Chattanooga’s 25-year-old skate park is finally undergoing redevelopment, and we aren’t skating around the details.
A new coffee (and book) shop has come to town in the Hixson area, let us brew the details for you.
Not to brag on our city, but we do have some of the most unreal sunsets.
Learn about this new statewide road cycling initiative created by the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development.
Explore the floor plans of the newly developed vacation home community, Ocoee Mountain Cottages.
Whether this has been your hometown your whole life or for even just a year, we want to know what things about the Scenic City you cherish.
Nooga Nights Rotary Club is planting community one tree at a time through its Rotary Tree Towns project — read along for how you can bring a tree to a green space near you.
Help us track down some of the funkiest neon signs you’ve seen around town.
The Chattanooga Film Festival is back for its 11th year, bringing local, regional, and international films to the Scenic City.
Heritage Park will one day be home to Chattanooga’s largest all-abilities park through the Harvesting Inclusive Play project.
Thanks to more secured funding through local partnerships, the city’s Fourth of July celebration Pops on the River will return in 2024 to Coolidge Park.
To combat growing student housing needs, Southern Adventist University has begun plans to develop Southern Mountain Cottages.
Chattanooga Culture has moved its operations from operating strictly at markets to a storefront in nearby Rossville, GA — read along to get an exclusive look before its grand opening.
See artists across the Scenic City perform during National Make Music Day, celebrating our vibrant music community.
Check out these local donut spots to get your sweet fix on National Donut Day.
Chattanooga Festivals of Black Arts & Ideas is back with a full month of programming to commemorate and celebrate during its Juneteenth Festival.
We’re taking you all on a trip to the lavender fields this season — read along for local farms offering a chance to pick the blooms.
We’re creating a fun game to help you search for your next book with the help of little libraries around the community.
The Kelly Administration plans to incorporate more funds in its FY25 budget proposal for the Parks and Outdoors Department. Let’s see where the money could go.
The City of Chattanooga has opened bids for the highly anticipated renovations of the Walnut Street Bridge — here is a general timeline + key aspects to note.
This Birmingham-based adult field day is bringing Chattanooga-area businesses together for the first time — let’s break down the competition.
Beat the heat by taking a refreshing dip in one of these local spots around + nearby town.