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Former students recall Von Trapps, Etter and fire
Only a few years after the Von Trapp family made its fabled trip over the Alps and into Switzerland as portrayed in the movie “The Sound of Music,” the family entertained students at Brainerd Junior High School.
For many baby boomers, the current swine flu scare is a reminder of a 1976 outbreak.
Joe Downs can cut a rug.
<strong>Ben Tabakiin’s hospital volunteerism stretches 50 years</strong>
If there is an elderly hand to hold or a child to cheer on, Ben Tabakin is not ready for the recliner.
Chattanooga: Recession creates boom in home-based business
Home-based businesses such as Mary Kay, Avon and Pampered Chef are experiencing a surge in popularity as the nation’s unemployment rate rises.
Many boomers now suffering from post-polio syndrome
Robert Weathersby was 6 years old when he woke up one morning in 1951 and found something was different.
Eastgate Town Center will soon lose a tenant that takes up about a quarter of its office space when BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee shifts workers to downtown Chattanooga.
Author says classic toys offer leadership lessons
Mike Waddell says a trip to the toy box might offer you a better future.
A sweet game for the young and young at heart
What new, Senior Olympics sport looks silly, sounds sillier and is a barrel of fun?
When President-elect Barack Obama takes the oath of office Tuesday, he will become the first member of “Generation Jones” to occupy the Oval Office.