Cars traveled with their windows down on an unpaved road under a canopy of changing leaves on their way to the 38th annual Ketner's Mill Country Fair on Sunday afternoon.
All things German — and Italian and Mexican, too — were featured at the last day of the 13th annual Chattanooga Oktoberfest festivities, the oldest and largest such celebration in the region.
The second of three lectures put on by the Friends of Moccasin Bend and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is on for tonight.
SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. — A section of Raulstontown Road is sliding off the side of South Pittsburg Mountain, and the city has gotten a grant to find out why and possibly fix the problem.
LYERLY, Ga. — Herbert Morehead couldn't drive past that house at the end of his street without some sort of argument.
Chattanooga's Public Library is shedding books by the thousands.
They no longer share plates or eat communally in Liberia as was the custom.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Cullen Fewell, 17, had been preparing for this day for 18 months.
When Steve Smith talks of how he envisions the Hamilton County Public Defender's office might look in the coming months, a simple analogy is best: He wants it to look like a private law practice.
WASHINGTON — For the third straight year, millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees can expect historically small increases in their benefits come January.
Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, smiled and whispered to each other as they sat behind a wooden lectern preparing to speak about their grandson to a room of approximately 300 at the Chattanooga Convention Center on Saturday.
With just more than a week before the two candidates seeking to represent Tennessee's 3rd Congressional District meet for a head-to-head debate, the candidates say they expect to stick to issues — and keep it clean.
Monroe County, Tenn., officials have four months to fill the county sheriff’s position after Randy White’s August election was voided by a Chancery Court order.
JASPER, Tenn. — There is a tradition of deep-rooted rivalries and downright mistrust across Marion County, and cooperation among the various local governments hasn't always been popular.