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Hadas Peled lifted her cellphone to the mic and pressed play.

Two national retailers plan to open stores in Warehouse Row in what some say is a signal that Chattanooga's revived downtown has finally arrived on the radar of brands with nationwide reach.

Hamilton County students improved their performance on this year's TCAPs, pushing scores up in seven of 11 tested areas.

With one week to go before the state primary, TV ad wars are raging in Tennessee's 3rd Congressional District.

The mystery deepens. Or maybe it's not a mystery at all.

Chattanooga firefighters evacuated six businesses and shut down several blocks of Central Avenue on Wednesday after a private construction crew broke a 2-inch gas line at the corner of East 16th Street and Central Avenue.

NASHVILLE — Spending in the ongoing fight over the re-election of three Tennessee Supreme Court justices has now topped $575,000, according to an independent group.

JASPER, Tenn. — Marion County leaders want Chattanooga utility EPB's gigabit Internet, TV and phone services to come their way and will consider supporting legislation to make that legal.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Cleveland City Council will hold a special meeting Monday to establish the application process for the city judgeship and to consider an interim appointee to replace Judge Bill Moss, who was found dead in a downtown parking lot in the late morning hours of July 14.

LEXINGTON, Tenn. — Sandra King said a good friend of hers, Jeffrey Pearcy, stayed with her for about six weeks this summer and that around mid-May he showed her a video of Holly Bobo tied up and crying.

  • July 31st, 2014  |
  • By The Jackson Sun

Calvin Lee Metcalf ran away from the cops, toward his truck and his gun — or rather, somebody's truck and somebody's gun.

Hamilton County commissioners will vote next week whether to pay for the stabilization of one of the county's most treacherous roads.

The Rossville Public Library will be open only 18 hours a week starting Monday, compared to 30 hours at its sister libraries in Chickamauga and LaFayette.

A swelling crowd Tuesday night supported a move at the Chattanooga City Council in support of revamping the city's sound ordinance to breathe new life into the music and entertainment options downtown.

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