The most memorable quotes in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for July 13-19:
WINCHESTER, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Haslam will be joined by local and state officials Monday to make a series of grant announcements, his office said in a news release.
Four members of the Bryan College board of trustees have resigned, saying they're upset with the direction that the Christian liberal arts college in Dayton, Tenn., has taken under President Stephen Livesay.
Jason Taylor, who has served as president and general manager of the Chattanooga Times Free Press since 2007, is leaving the newspaper for a position with the Gannett Co.
The Eastgate Senior Center is likely safe for now. Though without much help from Chattanooga officials, seniors say.
Sleep tight. Don't let the bedbugs bite.
Two Monroe County, Tenn., inmates escaped Thursday afternoon in a vehicle stolen from the site where they worked as trusties.
Back-to-school shopping may not have gotten easier, but it certainly can be cheaper.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The abrupt resignation of a member of the board of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Bradley County has fueled controversy surrounding the organization.
Today kicks off early voting in Tennessee's 2014 primaries and local elections, and officials and community groups alike are urging voters to hit the polls.
A project to tear down all 440 apartments at Chattanooga's former Harriet Tubman public housing site to make way for a new industrial site is set to begin in September.