Tim Omarzu covers education for the Times Free Press.
Omarzu is a longtime journalist who has worked as a reporter and editor at daily and weekly newspapers in Michigan, Nevada and California.
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Kerri Sholl filled up her Volvo sport-utility vehicle Tuesday morning with the cheapest gas in Chattanooga — and she knew it.
When Dalton High School's football team has its pregame dinner Thursday for seniors, they'll hear a riveting story from a Dalton Middle School gym teacher, Adam "Wingo" Cordell, about beating the odds.
Charles Sharrock, the Fort Oglethorpe City Councilman who was removed from office by his fellow councilmen in November 2012 for sexually harassing three female city employees, can run for office in November.
You can stand at the podium and share your thoughts with the Hamilton County School Board — provided you submit a written request 72 hours beforehand to get on the agenda.
Summer vacation won't be an excuse to slack off from learning, if the United Way of Greater Chattanooga has anything to say about it.
William Stevens is sick of bed bugs he says are infesting Patten Towers, the landmark 11-story downtown residence that's home to low-income disabled and elderly residents.
Hamilton County Schools Superintendent Rick Smith wants to talk with the city of Chattanooga about a land swap.
College enrollment dropped nationwide by 930,000 students from 2011 to 2013, the U.S. Census Bureau announced recently, with community colleges taking the biggest hit — a 10 percent drop.
What happens next for the Hamilton County Education Association (HCEA), the teachers union that this summer saw the end of its 36-year-old contract to represent public school teachers here?
Three women founded Girls Preparatory School in 1906 because the city school board refused to offer girls a fourth year of high school studies so girls could apply for college — as boys were able to.