Highlights of Davidson’s 92-70 win over the UTC Mocs at McKenzie Arena on Wednesday.
The looming state budget crisis, which could require deep cuts to programs, dominated a recent discussion among area lawmakers at a Times Free Press legislative forum.
Celebrations for M.L. King Day include introspection, community service and marching to remember the slain civil rights leader.
The world of cheerleading has its own language and instructor Andy Quattrochi of United Cheerleading Chattanooga explains.
Turtles, leopards and pandas all headed indoors at the Chattanooga Zoo as local temperatures plunged into the single digits.
Economy. War. Education. Those topics led a list of issues that came under discussion at a Times Free Press forum on what the president-elect’s agenda should be during his first 100 days in office.
At the request of Chattanooga’s mayor, employees at Moccasin Bend Wastewater Treatment Plant have begun testing for metals believed to have been released in last month’s spill of fly ash from a TVA holding pond near Kingston, Tenn., about 100 miles upriver from Chattanooga.
The VW plant in Chattanooga and other economic development efforts are expected to boost housing opportunities in the Tennessee Valley. That assessment came at a Times Free Press editorial board meeting on Tuesday from Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise CEO David Johnson and CNE board member Irvin Overton.
At a Times Free Press editorial board, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga chancellor Roger Brown and University of Tennessee president John Petersen discussed the tight economy and how it will require cuts to athletic and academic programs.
Despite heavy rains and bad economy, VW officials say they still are determined to build the Chattanooga facility.
Calling the incident a "disaster," U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., visited the Kingston fly ash spill site Monday and urged TVA to conduct public meetings about the issue.
Legendary Chattanooga singer-songwriter Roger Alan Wade stopped by the Times Free Press studio before his concert on Friday at J.J.'s Bohemia. More live songs from Wade are available on this week's TFP Music cast.
Russ Huesman, a former UTC player and coach, takes over as head of the Mocs. Huesman was the defensive coordinator for the Richmond Spiders when that team won the FCS national title 24-7 in Chattanooga on Friday.
Dr. Peter Rawlings, a Chattanooga pediatrician, says as the costs to vaccinate children rise, more parents are going to the public health department for immunizations.
With the Division I Football Championship game only two days away Montana coach Bobby Hauck and Richmond coach Mike London discuss their preparations to play for a national title Friday at Finley Stadium.
James McKissic, COO of the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga, describes the nonprofit as a social-service organization focusing on education, economic development, workforce development, and health and wellness.
After it begins opening next month, the BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee campus on Cameron Hill will include a dining room that will offer breakfast and lunch menus of mostly healthy choices.
The Normal Park Lower School Choir on Monday kicked off this years' week-long series of noon concerts at the courthouse downtown. Christmas at the Courthouse is in its 24th year and takes place at the City-County Courts Building, 600 Market Street.
The BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee campus on Cameron Hill, set to begin opening in January 2009, includes indiginous landscaping and unique architectural designs providing sweeping views of Chattanooga.
The South Pittsburg Pirates hope to become State Class 1-A Champions for the second year running.
Times Free Press Sports Editor Jay Greeson and sports columnist Darren Epps discuss this weeks' SEC match-ups and the dominance of the Florida Gators.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Lady Mocs basketball team won their season opener against East Tennessee State 77-71. The Lady Mocs next game is Friday vs. the Tennessee Lady Volunteers.
Times Free Press Sports Editor Jay Greeson and columnist Darren Epps discuss the Vols’ loss to Wyoming in Knoxville and the future of the university’s football program.