A few weeks ago, I took a friend, who was a stroke patient and on a walker, to Taylor Funeral Home for another friend’s visitation. As I was getting her out of the car, a man at the door came out with a wheelchair and took her inside.
Are there so many disabled people in the Chattanooga area that we need to be bombarded with law firm commercials on television everyday? The people they use in the commercials say, “I got my check!”
As another election cycle quickly approaches, I have a few requests...
The U.S. Constitution does not grant us rights; it protects our rights and limits the power of government.
The last sentence of the July 1 Times editorial, "When Faith Steps on Health," was an absolute hoot!
Tommy Crangle, candidate for the Tennessee House, District 27, brings a wealth of business management experience to the campaign.
I would like to endorse Hamilton County Board of Education member Greg Martin to continue his service.
There are some things that are rights, and there are other things that people have been led to believe are rights.
Thank you Police Chief Fred Fletcher for attending our June neighborhood meeting.
I received a parking violation June 24 on the 800 block of Market Street.
For the past 29 years, it has been my privilege and honor to call Dr. Paul McDaniel my friend. Chattanooga has had no finer preacher, pastor and citizen.
I first met Vince Dean during my visits to Nashville on behalf of firefighters while Vince was in the state legislature.
Whether you call it a "user fee" or a "tax," the 12-cent increase on a gallon of gas proposed by Sen. Bob Corker to support the Federal Highway Trust Fund is another assault on working people and middle-class incomes.
On Aug. 7, we will be electing, among other positions, our Criminal Court clerk. Gwen Tidwell, the present clerk, is seeking another term and deserves one.
I disagree with Sen. Bob Corker’s proposed measure to increase the federal gasoline tax an additional 18.4 cents per gallon (call it a user fee — it’s still money out of the taxpayer’s pocket).