Friends and family members met on Market Street Thursday night to remember the life of Jasmine Akin, who was killed Sept. 7.
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Donna Sims quit smoking when she found out that she was pregnant at age 16.
Leann Crane does not care how UnitedHealthcare and Erlanger Health System reach a deal to keep the hospital in the insurer’s network.
NASHVILLE — Republican Gov. Bill Haslam is trying to hit the reset button on the debate over Tennessee's controversial Common Core standards after state lawmakers last spring forced him to back off plans to use one group's assessments and bid out development of new tests.
Signal Mountain is ranked No. 10 on a real estate-focused website's list of the "Safest Small Towns in America."
For now, the joint city-county firing range on Moccasin Bend isn't going anywhere. But the Friends of Moccasin Bend are hopeful more discussion — and a lot of money — could change that.
Eyebrows were raised at Thursday night’s Hamilton County school board meeting over the roughly $1,000-a-day-per-consultant cost to hire a firm from Atlanta to boost teachers’ skills at improving literacy at Orchard Knob Middle School.
In May 2012, Joe Jenkins talked on the phone with his brother, Juanzell. They didn't know the police were listening.
LaFAYETTE, Ga. — Stewart Kelley drove all the way up Battlefield Parkway’s commercial strip in Fort Oglethorpe, stopping at each business on the right side of the road to fill out an application for employment.
SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. — South Pittsburg City Administrator Sammy Burrows recently took a moment to address what he perceives as negativity directed toward the town’s leaders.
The USS LST 325 planned to pull up anchor and depart from Chattanooga at 8 a.m. today.
The Rev. Alfred Johnson marched down Alton Park Boulevard on Wednesday belting the spiritual "I Want Jesus to Walk with Me," and nearly 50 other people from at least four different church congregations walked, sang and clapped with him.
In the gut of Chattanooga's downtown lies a barren patchwork of blighted property guarded by rusting razor wire, standing in open defiance of the growing prosperity surrounding it.
The Chattanooga region’s largest hospital system may soon be out of network for thousands of patients with UnitedHealthcare insurance if a bitter dispute with Erlanger Health System over payment rates is not resolved by the end of the month.
For a fourth time, Chattanooga has been overlooked for a multimillion-dollar federal grant to replace the Wilcox Tunnel through Missionary Ridge that has been in disrepair for decades.