Grandmother Lorraine Joyner was among many area residents taking advantage of tax-free purchases for school supplies Friday.
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PIKEVILLE, Tenn. — A dozen buildings, made of quarried stone, sand and mortar-chinked logs 80 years ago by Civilian Conservation Corps workers, are the focus of a preservation effort in Bledsoe State Forest.
NASHVILLE — The nation's largest public utility has agreed to pay $27.8 million to settle claims from Tennessee property owners who suffered damage from a huge, 2008 spill of toxin-laden coal ash sludge that drew national attention to coal ash and its toxic contaminants.
EPB's much-praised gigabyte broadband system has earned attention from a Washington, D.C., think tank that's looking into the validity of government-owned networks.
Weeks after neighbors found an East Ridge couple dead in their home on Ealy Road, the Hamilton County Medical Examiner's Office has ruled that the woman died from natural causes and the man committed suicide.
Boy, that was a cold month.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — More than 300 volunteers and supporters were asked to be a blessing for someone else in everything they do during the United Way of Bradley County's 2014 campaign kickoff Friday.
A seasoned local attorney has challenged how the state’s top law enforcement agency collects fees on DUI convictions, alleging bias and constitutional rights violations.
NASHVILLE — Republicans running against each other in Tennessee's 3rd and 4th Congressional District primaries agree on at least one thing.
Sequatchie County's ballot is filled with nonpartisan contested races for sheriff, county executive, County Commission, road superintendent and constable.
DeKalb County Lake, a favorite bass-fishing spot in North Alabama, is being closed Monday and will remain closed for two years so the state can drain the entire lake, revamp the bottom and banks, and then refill it and restock it with fish.
Workers are paving U.S. Highway 27 near the Manufacturers Road ramps just north of the Tennessee River, getting ready for the ramps to open in September.
Hotshot Hollywood directors make movies about machines that can predict the future and software programs that can peer ahead in time.
A Volkswagen supervisory board member is endorsing the United Auto Workers' efforts at the company's Chattanooga plant, becoming at least the second person on the powerful panel to publicly support the unionizing attempt.