Myron Madden (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6423
E-mail: mmadden@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Myron Madden is a staff writer for the community news division of the Times Free Press. He also writes for other publications under the Times Free Press banner, including Get Out Chattanooga and Chatter Magazine. Myron graduated from Southern Adventist University in 2016 with a bachelor's in mass communications and a minor in English. He was raised in Queens, New York, but now considers Chattanooga his home.

Meet the District 5 school board candidates

Published May. 23 2018

The two candidates running for the school board's District 5 seat will go head to head during a debate at...

Walker County tackling pothole problem

Published May. 23 2018

Walker County is taking pothole repair seriously, officials say.

Bulldogs kick off Rossville's summer reading program

Published May. 23 2018

The Rossville Public Library is launching its summer reading program next weekend with some very special guests.

Georgia's Walker County examines animal tether regulations

Published May. 21 2018

With the revision process for Walker County, Georgia's animal ordinance winding down, many residents have given their thumbs-up to the...

Walker County, Ga., examines animal tether regulations

Published May. 16 2018

With the revision process for Walker County's animal ordinance winding down, many residents have given their thumbs up to the...

Meet the District 8 school board candidates

Published May. 16 2018

Candidates looking to fill the school board's District 8 seat squared off during a debate last week, but voters still...

Lookout Mountain to host first Pollinator Fest

Published May. 16 2018

Lookout Mountain, Tenn., and Lookout Mountain, Ga. will host their first Pollinator Festival to raise awareness of the vital services...

'Kind Katie' film will uplift local economy as well as hearts, producer says

Published May. 9 2018

Two years after a car accident took her life, Katie Beth Carter continues to touch the lives of people in...

District 9 candidates for school board to face off in debate

Published May. 9 2018

Candidates vying for the District 9 seat on the Hamilton County Board of Education will face off during a debate...

Walker animal ordinance revisions scrap ownership caps

Published May. 9 2018

Walker County has once again revised its animal care ordinance and will hold its first formal public hearing about the...

Walker students bag two awards at national competition

Published May. 9 2018

Students from Walker County's 4-H club took home two awards during the National LifeSmarts Championship in San Diego, Calif., last...

Fort Oglethorpe dog park committee begins fundraising efforts

Published May. 7 2018

Fort Oglethorpe has created a committee to spearhead fundraising efforts for the city's planned dog park.


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Fort Oglethorpe dog park committee begins fundraising efforts

Published May. 2 2018

Fort Oglethorpe has created a new committee to spearhead fundraising efforts for the city's planned dog park.

Group looking to improve relations between police, deaf residents

Published May. 2 2018

Chattanooga police will sit down next week with members of the city's deaf and hard of hearing community, some of...

These are the secrets to the quality and freshness at Sequatchie Cove Farm

Published May. 1 2018

Long before I ever stepped foot on Sequatchie Cove Farm, I had heard locals sing its praises.

8 things your waiter wished you knew

Published May. 1 2018

No one ever considers themselves a bad customer — yet Chattanooga's restaurants are filled with servers whose stories prove how...

Vegans are taking over local restaurants

Published May. 1 2018

During the peak hour on a typical Tuesday night, Chattanooga Brewing Company sees about 75 patrons, says chef Allyson Smith....

Dunkin' Donuts distributor continues to create area jobs

Published Apr. 25 2018

Since opening its doors in January, BMG Bakery has created more than 70 jobs for area residents, and that number...

U.S. 41 sewer project gets SPLOST funding

Published Apr. 25 2018

Fort Oglethorpe has finally secured funding for the second phase of its sewer project along U.S. Highway 41.

Union workers renovate Harrison Bay pier

Published Apr. 25 2018

Thanks to a little elbow grease from local union members, anglers and recreational boaters will now have safer, more reliable...