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Tennessee midwives see surge of interests from expecting mothers due to Coronavirus

Tennessee midwives see surge of interests from expecting mothers due to Coronavirus

HAMILTON COUNTY, Tenn (WDEF) – The coronavirus pandemic is creating even more anxiety for women who are expectant mothers. Some are now preparing for the possibility of not having a traditional hospital birth, as they once planned.  Pregnancy and birth should be an exciting time in a woman’s life-but right now it’s filled with uncertainty and… ... Continue Reading
Fazoli’s Takes 50% Off Drive-Thru Orders for First Responders

Fazoli’s Takes 50% Off Drive-Thru Orders for First Responders

For a limited time, Fazoli's in Chattanooga will take 50% off for first responders when they visit the drive-thru. The post Fazoli’s Takes 50% Off Drive-Thru Orders for First Responders appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
Andrews NC mayor shutting down roads to keep visitors out of his town

Andrews NC mayor shutting down roads to keep visitors out of his town

"You may not agree with my plan that I'm putting in place.." The post Andrews NC mayor shutting down roads to keep visitors out of his town appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
Dalton Philanthropist Jack Bandy dies from Covid-19 complications

Dalton Philanthropist Jack Bandy dies from Covid-19 complications

DALTON, Georgia (WDEF) – Funeral services are pending for a pioneer in the Dalton carpet industry who died over the weekend from the coronavirus. Jack Bandy was also a noted philanthropist in Whitfield county. His granddaughter Annalee Harlan, told the Dalton Daily Citizen that Bandy had been hospitalized at Emory Hospital in Atlanta after testing… ... Continue Reading
Plastic Surgery Group makes adjustments, still open for cancer, trauma patients

Plastic Surgery Group makes adjustments, still open for cancer, trauma patients

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – The Plastic Surgery Group is making adjustments in order to stay open. “We’re in the plastic surgery group business, but we do a lot of other things. We have a very diverse group. We have surgeons who specialize in plastic surgery. Surgeons that specialize in trauma. Surgeons that specialize in hand… ... Continue Reading
Getting help for seniors in finding information online

Getting help for seniors in finding information online

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – A lot of things are going online now because of the coronavirus. But not all senior citizens know how to use the internet. That’s where the older adults technology services and Senior Planet San Antonio are helping out. They are providing virtual classes for seniors. Melissa Sakow is the communications director for Older… ... Continue Reading
New development for Andrews Box Company site near Main Street

New development for Andrews Box Company site near Main Street

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – a fresh new look is coming to Rossville Avenue next year. Investors announced a development of a new mixed-use community. The development is expected to cost around 25 million dollars and is at the old Andrews Paper Box Company. The Burnside Development will feature town-homes, apartments, retail and commercial space along with… ... Continue Reading
Vets are now offering curbside service for your pets

Vets are now offering curbside service for your pets

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Like most people, places and businesses, veterinarians are having to adjust to Covid-19 and social distancing. The New Hope veterinarian center uses curbside service to keep clients and staff protected. Clients drive to the front of the office, then call or beep their horn and a technician will assist them and their… ... Continue Reading
Dade County packs 2000 meals today for students

Dade County packs 2000 meals today for students

TRENTON, Georgia (WDEF) – The need for school lunches is in high demand now more than ever, as Covid19 shows no signs of slowing down. Schools in Trenton, Georgia are making sure children have enough food to last them each week. Dade Elementary School prepared over two thousand meals today for its students. Staff have… ... Continue Reading
Monday COVID-19 cases

Monday COVID-19 cases

86 cases now in the News 12 coverage area, seeing a big jump in our outlying counties since Friday. 5 deaths now in the region. The post Monday COVID-19 cases appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
UTC’s I.T. Solutions for Covid-19

UTC’s I.T. Solutions for Covid-19

The U.T.C. SimCenter is working with organizations and local business to help solve problems related to Covid-19. The post UTC’s I.T. Solutions for Covid-19 appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
$25 Million Mixed-Use community development coming to Chattanooga’s Southside

$25 Million Mixed-Use community development coming to Chattanooga’s Southside

Investors announced a development of a new mixed-use community. The post $25 Million Mixed-Use community development coming to Chattanooga’s Southside appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
Skyuka Hall online learning

Skyuka Hall online learning

As teachers prepare online lesson plans, one school is doing its part to help kids who might need some extra attention. The post Skyuka Hall online learning appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
The SimCenter is offering computer resources for COVID-19 solutions

The SimCenter is offering computer resources for COVID-19 solutions

"We're a think tank that brings together the right resources." The post The SimCenter is offering computer resources for COVID-19 solutions appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
Health officials say we aren’t social distancing enough as cases rise

Health officials say we aren’t social distancing enough as cases rise

Two more positive cases today, one more death. The post Health officials say we aren’t social distancing enough as cases rise appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
Ironman and Chattanooga Symphony schedule the latest virus victims

Ironman and Chattanooga Symphony schedule the latest virus victims

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – The Coronavirus is pushing back more events this spring. Organizers have decided to postpone the 2020 Sunbelt Baker Ironman 70.3 which was scheduled for Chattanooga on May 17th. They have a new date of August 23rd. “In what has been a continually evolving and challenging time globally, we recognize that the postponement… ... Continue Reading
EPB Providing WiFi HotSpots for Hamilton County Students

EPB Providing WiFi HotSpots for Hamilton County Students

Hamilton county students can access new free WiFi hotspots at 27 new locations provided by EPB. The post EPB Providing WiFi HotSpots for Hamilton County Students appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
TECH BYTE: Use Smartphone Apps for Food Delivery

TECH BYTE: Use Smartphone Apps for Food Delivery

Let's look at some smartphone apps that can help you get food delivered. The post TECH BYTE: Use Smartphone Apps for Food Delivery appeared first on WDEF. ... Continue Reading
Free virtual gym class for kids

Free virtual gym class for kids

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – Dawn Thelen owns Stretch Fitness and she was forced to close her doors because of the Coronavirus. But now, she has taken her talents online. Thelen hosts online bootcamps and virtual training sessions. But most importantly, she’s offering a free kids bootcamp and gym class. The class is 30 minutes long.… ... Continue Reading
Rainbow Lake Trail Closed

Rainbow Lake Trail Closed

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, Tenn. (WDEF)- Signal Mountain Police chief Mike Williams closed the Rainbow Lake trail today. The trail will be closed at both Signal Point as well as the trail head on Ohio. According to Williams, officers will be posted at both locations to notify people. Williams says that this decision was made in response… ... Continue Reading

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