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Georgia inside linebacker Ramik Wilson ended last season as the Southeastern Conference's leading tackler.

Patrick Jackson graduated cum laude from a Memphis community college, earned certifications in technology and videography, but believes that a 5-year-old drug conviction still prevents him from getting a job.

Chattanooga’s first nighttime farmers market will kick off tonight, Aug. 21, on the Southside.

Before she can walk down the aisle, a bride-to-be must complete another kind of wedding march — this one a circuit of all the vendors she will need to plan her dream day.

It was the football version of kismet. A fateful relationship that is filling a void for both sides.

Walker County, Ga., Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell is proposing a 59-percent increase on county portion of property tax millage rates to generate money she says is needed to keep pace with increasing expenses and state requirements.

U.S. Sen. Bob Corker called on Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce members Wednesday to seek a unity candidate with big vision for the 2016 Republican presidential primary — right before mentioning his ability to bring people together and make his decades-old vision of Chattanooga a reality.

Darnell Sweeney led off the game with a home run to center field, which was his 14th homer this season, but that was all the offense Chattanooga could muster in a 4-1 road loss Wednesday that dropped the team four games out of first place in the second-half race for the Southern League's north division.

Despite a weather forecast that calls for temperatures in the mid-90s, bicycler racers from 15 states will be converging on Chattanooga this weekend to compete in the Village Volkswagen River Gorge Omnium.

Financial planning for retirement has always been a daunting prospect; the current landscape simply makes your preparation that much more crucial in using your assets well.

  • Aug. 21st, 2014  |
  • By By Carl Edwards
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More than a decade after a jury convicted him of murder in the death of a Hamilton County deputy sheriff, Marlon Duane Kiser is coming back to court.

Paul Dean has been teaching JROTC at Ooltewah High School since 1998.

From the time East Hamilton began fielding high school sports teams in the fall of 2009, the Hurricanes' and Lady Hurricanes' programs quickly developed a rivalry with nearby Ooltewah.

The Chattanooga daily work crowd now can shop local, outside and at night.

TVA directors today will consider plans for a record capital budget of nearly $3 billion for fiscal 2015 to boost generation from new nuclear and gas plants and to clean up some of its existing coal-fired units.

A LaFayette High School student has been charged with three counts of sexual battery after police said he grabbed a stranger’s backside at the local Walmart on Aug. 14.

There’s nothing fancy about C&W Cafe, a red brick building on East 23rd Street. But this mom-and-pop business, owned by Carl and Willetta Hill, is where the magic happens at mealtime six days a week, drawing hundreds of customers for good times and captivating home-cooked soul food.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — A board member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County who abruptly quit this week now is calling for the chapter president, Betti Gravelle, to resign.

A 10-year-old girl recorded a video of a worker at daycare slapping another child, and it led to charges against the woman and the closing of the Murray County, Ga., daycare that she owned.

The case against a man accused of opening fire outside an O'Charley's restaurant is headed to the Hamilton County grand jury.

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