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Dr. Autumn Adkins Graves is installed as the head of Girls Preparatory School on August 28, 2014.

A man whose hair color favors that of the chain-link fence his ladder is leaning against fiddles with an electronic scoreboard deep in the outfield of a youth baseball field at Camp Jordan.

As the summer sun sets, warm light passes through a bank of windows and reflects off a mirrored wall to illuminate a trio of dancers.

Only they can hear the tunes: participants partake in the Riverbend Music Festival’s inaugural Silent Disco.

As the sawdust settles in a woodworking studio just south of Cleveland, Tenn., Jared Erwin guides a weathered piece of red oak through his planer, revealing unique textures under the wood.

Participates in a mock vehicular crash outside of Hixson High School teach the importance of wearing a seatbelt while operating a vehicle.

As night falls on the Georgia-Tennessee state line, the pungent smell of expended fuel and tire smoke are overpowered by the deafening roar of engines.

Twenty-five veterans received passes to hunt whitetail deer at Enterprise South Nature Park in the second annual “Hunt for Warriors.” The hunt is held to prevent overpopulation of deer in the recreational area.

TVA began its annual examination of fish on Lake Chickamauga near Harrison Bay this morning.

Watch as Times Free Press sports editors Jay Greeson and Stephen Hargis breakdown Week 7 of our area's high school football games and look ahead to this Friday.

A tractor trailer split apart after crashing into the Ringgold Road bridge over I-75, East Ridge Police said this morning.

Volkswagen officials unveiled the new Bugster vehicle at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The Ocoee River offers adventure seekers an opportunity to paddle Class-4 whitewater but it is an inherently dangerous sport.

Wooden floors creak, the sound filling the air in a warehouse packed with discarded antiques. The hundreds of items stacked atop one another seem to be organized in a way that only one man could understand.

Work continues on repairing a nearly 100-foot section of the Ocoee Dam No. 2 flume that was damaged last year by a rockslide as seen from Hwy 64.

Photos from the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" build site

Even as a boy, Robert Blakemore wanted to be an auctioneer.

Panorama views of the new Passat cockpit as well as the floor of the Detroit Auto Show.

Hamilton County Criminal Court judge Rebecca Stern's journey to overcome breast cancer.

The congregation of Warren Chapel A.M.E. Church in North Chattanooga held a prayer vigil for the late Rev. David H. Strong on Wednesday.

New directors to be sworn in at TVA Thursday

Four new board members join utility

Four new board members join TVA

  • Oct. 5th, 2010  |
  • By By Dave Flessner
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For the last five years South Pittsburg’s Pirates find themselves approaching a game that has high school football fans throughout all reaches of the Chattanooga curiously awaiting. Friday’s game betweek the No. 1-ranked Class 1A Pirates (3-0) and Signal Mountain’s No. 2-ranked Class 2A Eagles (4-0) at South Pittsburg’s Beene Stadium may have all the others trumped.

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