As 2-year-old Madison Bice played with her red stuffed dog she named Sugar, her family shook hands with the man they credit with saving her life two years ago.
Success, like a fire, is the sum of its parts, a black female fire chief says.
Jerry Clark, owner of Seahorse Farms, was surprised to hear his horse-boarding business was listed in the new Equine Trail Guide offered by the state.
The chairwoman of the Hamilton County Republican Party has filed a complaint against Democratic state Rep. Tommie Brown, saying Brown illegally made campaign phone calls from her legislative office.
The hum of generators filled the air and blue tarps lined the roofs of several buildings at the Lakeshore on the Hill apartment complex Saturday as work continued to repair damage from Tuesday's tornado.
Without a loudspeaker announcement, a group of young people and adults gathered just off the field at the Soddy-Daisy football game Friday to pray before the kick-off against Cleveland.
An AbitibiBowater employee was injured Thursday evening after a fire erupted in a portion of the paper plant that holds coal.
Dick Ridge walked around his apartment complex Wednesday, gathering pieces of glass into a basket.
Terry O. Jay was disappointed he wasn't able to get a sore tooth looked at Saturday when volunteers from Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps came to Signal Mountain Middle/High School, but he was happy to receive a free eye exam and glasses.
For Erica Vandegriff, bringing her two small children to the second annual Pow Wow is a great way to give them a first look at different cultures.
John Evans has been traveling from church to church across the Southeast on his bicycle, telling anyone who will listen the heart-wrenching story of how his wife died from bone cancer.