The most memorable quotes in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for April 6-11.
"It's awful. I can't stand having them in our city. I don't believe that it is productive or helpful to anyone in the least."
-- Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke, on the April 25-26 meeting here of the National Socialist Movement, one of the most prominent neo-Nazi groups in the United States.
"Will is an organ donor, and [those] who know him, know that he was really good at sharing."
-- Tony Smith, writing in a Facebook post about his 4-year-old son Will, who died after an accident while hiking with his family in the Pocket Wilderness area near Soddy-Daisy.
"Our Sunday evening service is kind of small. It's not a huge service, but I know a couple people that will be torn in two directions when that's going on."
-- Robby Holt, pastor of Mountain Fellowship on Signal Mountain, on the news that the Tennessee Volunteers will open their 2014 football season with a game Sunday.
"In just a matter of seconds, our life, and the life of our boys, changed."
-- Anna Caro, widow of Norman Alex Gallman, who was gunned down in a road rage incident last December. The man accused in the shooting, Richard Manning, died while in custody and hospitalized.