Someone wrote in, angry and ready to call it quits.
Let’s stop calling it the Ray Rice video.
Like most small businesses, mine started with an idea. People are at work for hours, every day. Their car sits in a parking lot for hours, every day. Wouldn’t it be convenient if those people did not have to spend precious weekend time getting their oil changed or if businesses no longer had to dedicate staff time to get their oil changes for their company vehicles or fleet?
A few years back, I read a compelling argument that without the judgment of God that declares specific acts, behaviors and thoughts to be wrong, he, in turn, cannot declare that which is right, good, decent and blessed.
In a few days, top elected leaders will meet with Moccasin Bend park friends and others to talk about the city's and county's announced abandonment of a plan to close the 33-acre police firing range and give the land to the National Park Service.
Only 25 percent of American voters think the United States is heading in the right direction, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll last month. Meanwhile, only 14 percent of us approve of the job being done by Congress, says Gallup.
Today's column is for the desperate: the folks willing to drive 300 miles through the dead of night just to get a tooth pulled.
Efforts to save Moccasin Bend have never moved in a straight line.
Elizabeth Baker can't see too well.
Amid the run-up to the midterm elections, football has begun in earnest.
Andrew Stone, of Tunnel Hill, Ga., has some advice for anyone preparing for doomsday: Hoard toilet paper.
When young, unarmed black men are shot to death, we -- the media, myself as a white man, maybe you, too -- fill the void with distractions and things that don't matter.
Welcome to Chattanooga, Arne Duncan.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan is on a three-state bus tour in the South this week as part of his annual back-to-school outing. Duncan is making a stop in Chattanooga today to highlight the need to improve educational outcomes for minority students.
In his own words, President Barack Obama has used the soaring promise of "fundamentally transforming America" throughout his seven years as either presidential candidate or commander-in-chief.
My father, bless his heart, had caviar tastes on a bologna budget.