It's not just sweetness. It's a learning opportunity.
The Chattanooga City Council recently approved a $7.8 million project to seal pipes from East Brainerd to the edge of Ooltewah, one of the biggest projects in the long list of federally mandated fixes to the city's 130-year-old sewer system.
Hamilton County is looking for its next batch of hyper-motivated math and science teachers.
JASPER, Tenn. — A dispute between property owners and a bankrupt developer someday could lead to several new Marion County roads.
Crime Stoppers and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office are seeking information on the location of a teenager with two active felony warrants.
Frances Waller is a regular at Trousdale Medical Center, a hospital dwarfed by the trees that surround it.
Florida State and Ohio State are in position to play for the BCS national championship, though Auburn and Missouri are close enough behind in the BCS standings to put pressure on the Buckeyes.
In an era of sluggish power demand, cheap natural gas and rising construction costs for nuclear power, Franklin L. Haney may be the only American pushing to try to personally finance a new atomic reactor.
Because you can't buy Oreo gingerbread-flavored popcorn at the supermarket.
For decades, teachers have entered the classroom in their early 20s and stayed in front of the blackboard for 25 years, 30 years or longer.
Republicans have enjoyed a majority in Hamilton County politics for nearly two decades, but the county's Democratic Party chairman says the local left is staging a comeback.
A year ago, Monyette Ervin faced a questionable future. After supporting herself for more than 30 years, debilitating back pain left the former nursing home employee unable to work and in danger of losing her home.
She served four years in the U.S. Army and went back to civilian life in the early 1980s.
The most memorable quotes in the Times Free Press from Nov. 24-30:
JASPER, Tenn. — It's a refrain that longtime Marion County commissioners have heard countless times.