Two men ordered to wear ankle bracelets to monitor their whereabouts will each serve two years in prison for probation violation, according court officers for Whitfield County, Ga.
Traffic was stopped, then rerouted, for about two hours Saturday afternoon after a transformer caught fire on a utility pole near the intersection of U.S. Highway 27 and Interstate 24 late Saturday afternoon, according to TDOT officials.
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So my search for Ms. Bell ceased today. I started out early this morning with rain hanging over Augusta National, but the rules officials were on the course and ready for the day’s action, and I happened to run into the same fellow, John from England, who had been so helpful yesterday with my search, even offering to escort me to a USGA cocktail party, an invitation I declined.
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The automaker recently created an all-new full-size wagon platform and assigned it to a number of its divisions.
Officers were called to 1206 E. Eighth St. shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday and found the body of a female, according to Lt. Kim Noorbergen of the Chattanooga Police Department.
It took nearly three hours, but Ooltewah finally earned a spot in the semifinals of the Chattanooga Christian Soccer Tournament.
Four months ago, Trevor Immelman was resting in a hospital in South Africa after having a tumor removed.
Two years ago Brandt Snedeker was second at the Chattanooga Classic. This morning he’s second at the Masters.
Fred Couples wound up one stroke away from setting a Masters record by making his 24th consecutive cut.
After five seasons, which included a surprising region championship in 2006 followed by TSSAA sanctions last fall, Tennessee Temple Academy has announced it will drop its high school football program effective immediately.
A wintry chill may soak the Tennessee Valley one last time — along with thunderstorms, showers and strong winds — as the area experiences dogwood winter of 2008.
CHARLESTON, Tenn. — Work on a $10 million expansion of the Hiwassee Utilities Commission plant here is on schedule and should be complete later this year, board chairman Doug Harrod said.
David Chandler was a member of the 1984 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team, the last to win at least a share of the Southern Conference championship.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Steve Flesch thought his second shot on the par-5 13th was over the green, heading to a place somewhere between fine and failure.
Chattanooga Police Department investigators used tattoos to identify homicide victim Ronnie M. Franklin, 25, whose body was found Thursday afternoon wrapped in a tarpaulin and floating in South Chickamauga Creek.
DECATUR, Tenn. — Three people have been charged in the copper theft from a power station that cut power to 90 percent of the county, authorities said this afternoon.
ights like one that occurred Friday morning at Howard School of Academics and Technology will not be allowed, Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Jim Scales said.
KNOXVILLE — Eric Berry, DeAngelo Willingham and Dennis Rogan don’t see just teammates across the line of scrimmage from them this spring.
Confronted by four video cameras and a number of still cameras, tornado survivor David Wilson walks carefully through the lobby of Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation on Friday.
If you thought it was bad this week when gasoline hit $3.21 per gallon, an all-time high in Tennessee, take a deep breath and hold onto your wallet.
A free personal finance seminar is being held on Monday for college seniors at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Many people in Tennessee will wait until the last day to file their 2007 income tax returns, according to the IRS.
Arts & Sciences sophomore Kayla Kelly established herself as a top volleyball and basketball player this year.
High-flying deals involving big private equity firms such as Cerberus and Blackstone made headlines in 2007 with acquisitions of companies such as Chrysler and Hilton Hotels. While mega-transactions have slowed amid the credit crunch, there’s still substantial capital for mid-sized companies, said Mark Jones, a partner of Chattanooga-based River Associates Investments.
Red Bank Chamber: The Chamber will meet at noon Tuesday at the new China Buffet and Grill, 531 Signal Mountain Blvd., Suite 129. The speaker will be Tyler Stamps, and the cost of lunch is $10.
TRENTON, Ga. — After nearly eight decades and two wars, Paul Rollings, 77, said there isn’t much he can’t handle — even raising his teenage granddaughter.
WHITWELL, Tenn. — Authorities say a case involving allegations of sexual misconduct on school grounds between a Whitwell High School coach and a female student will go before the grand jury in June.
RINGGOLD, Ga. — Banks, small retailers, a Web site designer, hospitals and governments are among the early commitments to be exhibitors at the Catoosa Business Expo 2008.
Watching an HBO special with his family two years ago, Hunter Lindberg recognized something of himself in the children featured.
Rhonda Thurman likely will be elected to a second term on the Hamilton County Board of Education, and said she plans to work toward the system’s goal of getting more money spent inside classrooms.
The parent of Allegiant Air has agreed to buy six MD-80 aircraft and three spare engines currently on lease to FlyNordic, a subsidiary of Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Q: Even though I’ve signed up for the National Do Not Call Registry (www.donotcall.gov) and contacted Direct Marketing Association’s anti-spam and anti-junk mail registries (dmaconsumers.org), some of these “marketer” leeches still bother me.
When Pope Benedict XVI arrives in the United States next week, he will find the Catholic Church in the United States vastly different than the one predecessor Pope John Paul II confronted on his first trip to the United States in 1979.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley County high school students have plants for garden plans.
WASHINGTON — Twenty years ago, Andrea Conte was cornered in a parking lot by a man who pistol-whipped and tried to kidnap her in his car.
Russell O’Quinn just can’t get out of the cockpit.
DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I haven’t ever seen anything in your sports items that covered what happened to one of my sons.
Jordan Parker said he had to listen to his house before he knew what to put in it.
Angie Raffa never considered herself a fan of college basketball. That is until she had $8,500 in furniture at stake.
Chattanooga will receive $400,000 in grants designed to help evaluate and clean up polluted areas in order to reuse them for economic development, local leaders said Friday.
About a dozen Northwest Georgia police officers this week searched dark woodlands, were bombed with tear gas and rappelled headfirst off a 35-foot wall.
Intently watching his fingers flow over the piano keys, Kevin Yarbrough seems immersed in the music as the vibrant strains of a Clementi sonatina fill the Orange Grove Center music room.
Six of the 45 defendants involved in a tri-state methamphetamine ring were sentenced Friday in federal court in Chattanooga, pleading guilty to conspiracy to manufacture and distribute the drug.
The Hamilton County mayor, a pediatric disease specialist, a Dove Award-winning Southern gospel songwriter and an NFL coach are among the 15 alumni who will be inducted into the Tyner Hall of Fame on April 25.