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At The Little Gym on East Brainerd Road the smiles and squeals of youngsters create a light-hearted atmosphere.

Children, parents and even museum employees went bananas Saturday for the first ever Banana Day at the Creative Discovery Museum.

Now in his fifth year teaching kindergarten at McBrien Elementary School, Brent Page has established a reputation among students and teachers as being an innovative, caring mentor.

Kasey Poole Decosimo's interest in community health began several years ago during a summer research project organized by her college, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Instead of sweating on a gym treadmill that leaves your knees sore the next day, make a splash.

Harlem, N.Y., and Chattanooga are very different cities thousands of miles apart, but community members learned on Saturday there are striking similarities.

BIRCHWOOD, Tenn. -- The incentive behind the first Native American Music Festival in Birchwood was clear for Mike Serna, a Mescalero Apache Indian and self-taught musician.

Harlem, N.Y., and Chattanooga are very different cities thousands of miles apart, but community members learned on Saturday there are striking similarities.

Who knew sweating to the oldies could be so rewarding?

She is the epitome of the saying "age is just a number," especially when it comes to matters of love.

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