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Laura Galbraith

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Friday’s weather affected several other areas in the region, with some weather officials reporting tornadoes and/or significant home damage.

A mass of leather-clad motorcyclists from all over the Southeast region gathered at the Tennessee Riverpark on Saturday to receive prayers of protection and good fortune at the annual Blessing of the Bikes.

Tennesseans everywhere are encouraged to participate in the State Natural Area Week, which begins Monday.

Best foot forward

<strong>Ashiatsu massage allows deep relaxation</strong>

Allow yourself to be walked on.

It’s a weekend of things Southern.

Visitors to the Chattanooga Zoo can now use their cell phones to access more information about the zoo’s exhibits.

More than 200 camouflaged cadets from colleges across the region participated in training sessions at the Tennessee National Guard training facility in Catoosa County on Saturday.

More than 200 camouflaged cadets from colleges around the region participated in training sessions at the Tennessee National Guard training facility in Catoosa County on Saturday.

Chattanooga: Buzzing through the Bee

Fifth-grader Tanay Patri takes spelling honors

“Bronchospasm” and “quadrivial” are just two examples of the challenging words spellers faced in the 2009 Regional Spelling Bee, which was held at the UTC Fine Arts Building on Saturday afternoon.

“Bronchospasm” and “quadrivial” are just two examples of the challenging words spellers faced in the 2009 Regional Spelling Bee, which was held at the UTC Fine Arts Building on Saturday afternoon.

Controversy Barbie

Hip to some parents but objectionable to others, Mattel’s new Tattoo Barbie comes with stickers and a do-it-yourself stamp

Is Barbie having a midlife crisis, or is she simply embracing the times?

PEOPLE TO WATCH: J.J. BAUTISTA

Cycling for a cause: Cross-country trek to raise disability awareness

For Chattanooga resident J.J. Bautista, this summer will be unlike any other in his life.

When “Antiques Roadshow” arrived in Chattanooga last July, Patricia Alverson knew she would attend the taping, but she was unsure of what treasured items to bring for appraisal.

Over 200 people came out this afternoon to the Chattanooga Theatre Centre to attend the “Antiques Roadshow” preview party.

Despite the cold, rainy weather, the luck and spirit of the Irish held strong Saturday at Shamrock City, Rock City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

In spite of the cold, rainy weather, the luck and spirit of the Irish held strong on Saturday at Shamrock City, Rock City’s annual St. Paddy’s Day celebration.

What could have been a tragic day for unemployed Kentucky resident Kurt Earley turned triumphant when he won twice in the Georgia Lottery, including a $1 million jackpot.

Chattanooga: Amphibian wonders

Zoo, aquarium ‘leap’ to help highlight worldwide crisis

Educators and volunteers at the Chattanooga Zoo and the Tennessee Aquarium don’t just want you to remember to set your clock forward one hour this weekend.

Educators and volunteers at the Chattanooga Zoo and the Tennessee Aquarium don’t just want you to remember to set your clock forward one hour this weekend.

Tai chi classes

System brings relaxation, focus for cancer patients

Written on the walls of Memorial Hospital’s Cancer Resource Center are words that evoke strength and hope — words such as healing, awareness, family, faithfulness.

Chattanooga: Dancing in style

English country dance workshop showcases elegance, grace

The setting wasn’t as fancy as a dance hall in a Jane Austen novel, but the enthusiasm and grace of the participants in Saturday’s English country dancing workshop definitely brought an 18th century feel to Chattanooga.

The setting wasn’t as fancy as a dance hall in a Jane Austen novel, but the enthusiasm and grace of the participants in Saturday’s English country dancing workshop definitely brought an 18th century feel to Chattanooga.

Art lover’s paradise

Ooltewah home captures beauty of local works

An icon of the Virgin Mary is the centerpiece of Mark and Jayne Brzezienski’s living room. Its presence symbolizes the family’s good luck and fortune, the owners say.

Imagine a place where treasures and valuables from all over the world are found under one roof. And unlike those found in museums, you have the option of taking one of them home.

Imagine a place where treasures and valuables from all over the world are found under one roof. And unlike those found in museums, you have the option of taking a prized possession home.

Chattanooga: Filling up the house

Home show offers ideas for all tastes, budgets

What makes a house a home? That answer differed for each of the thousands who attended the 43rd annual Tri-State Home Show this Valentine’s Day weekend at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

What makes a house a home? That answer differed for each of the thousands of people who attended the 43rd annual Tri-State Home Show this Valentine’s Day weekend at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

Contrary to the popular saying, the 43 pieces of art placed in City Hall prove that Chattanooga city employees should not just stick with their day jobs.

Tattoo remorse

Laser treatments remove body art

For Julie Baird, the decision to get a tattoo of a fish on her ankle came just months after her high school graduation. “When I got mine, I guess it was just kind of really on the front end of (tattoos) getting more and more popular,” said Mrs. Baird, of Ringgold, Ga. “And at the time, I think I probably wanted to kind of be different.”

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