Tim Barber (Reporter, Photographer)
Tim Barber is a staff photographer for the Times Free Press. An Atlanta native, Barber moved to Chattanooga to attend college in 1972 and is a graduate of Tennessee Temple University. His career as a photographer at the newspaper began in 1975 while studying Photographic Design under the direction of artist and professor of photography Tom Kilpatrick, who still teaches locally at both Covenant College and Lee University.
Hamilton County residents collected soil Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, and put it in jars in remembrance of the people lynched
Chattanooga Market's 16th annual Oktoberfest was Oct. 14-15 in First Tennessee Pavilion.
The Combined Federal Campaign Day of Serving saw about 300 federal employees volunteering at 22 local community organizations.
The Hyperflite Skyhoundz World Canine Disc Championship was held Friday through Sunday, Sept. 22-24, in Coolidge Park.
Ryan Reed looks at a co-worker as he presses a 22-foot section of the Market City Center sign into place...
Hundreds of visitors checked out the Hot Rod and Auto Show on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, at the Chattanooga Market.
Chattanooga Fire Chief Chris Adams, left, and Mayor Andy Berke, recognize three Civilian award recipients, from left, Claudia Sears, Mary...
Dement Construction Co., has begun erecting the 1,500-foot long wall that will reach up to 65 feet high along the...
Chattanooga Fire Department personnel work to extract two occupants from a Kia vehicle on its side Wednesday afternoon in the...
More than 2,000 people attended Saturday's 2017 Tennessee Sandhill Crane Festival in Birchwood.
Chattanooga, like the rest of the country, is a melting pot bringing together many different cultures.
Wayne White, a Chattanoogan who earned fame — and three Emmy Awards for his design work on 'Pee-wee's Playhouse,' among...
The Sequatchie County Fair opens Wednesday with carnival rides available through Monday.
Hundreds of starlings fill the sky at dusk over Georgia Avenue at Miller Park on Monday in Chattanooga.
It's an interesting partnership -- a retired dairy farmer and a former car salesman.
Hubbuch Glass employee's Bradley Crow, left, and Jason McClain begin replacing the glass Monday fronting the Armed Forces Career Center...
Dozens of vehicles park and fly the Confederate colors along Highway 2A in the Fort Oglethorpe late Friday afternoon.
Joseluis Hilareo, left, and Roman Ortega assemble the Wacky Worm amusement ride Tuesday in the parking lot at Camp Jordan...
The heat of summer has arrived at the Chattanooga Zoo.
Bill Phillips works to complete a steel-pipe handrail leading to the stage at the new pavilion.