Two columnists express opposite views on whether the Democrats can prevail in the 2022 election.by
Since the Supreme Court recognized a constitutional right to abortion almost 50 years ago, a powerful legal movement has sought to overturn the ruling, while abortion rights advocates have fought to protect it.by
November marks a pair of important anniversaries, bookends of a dark period in human history.by
In unprecedented numbers, Tennesseans answered the call to serve in the Mexican-American War.by
We know it is Thanksgiving time because the annual White House ceremony, the presidential pardoning of the turkeys, took place.by
Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for families to gather together and eat their heads off.by
McCallie School middle and high school students recently donated turkeys and traditional Thanksgiving foods to The Salvation Army's Chattanooga Area Command.
Chattanooga has a well-known reputation for a few things.by Jay Greeson
Alexis Hughes, 37, had never ruminated on death until a loved one died by suicide in 2014. It took her years to sort through her emotions.by Mark Kennedy
How much the world achieved at the Glasgow climate talks - and what happens now - depends in large part on where you live.by
Hamilton County recently commemorated Veterans Day with a ceremony at the Tennessee National Guard Armory, paying tribute to those who have served in our armed forces.by
He was 17. A child, essentially.by David Cook
Millennium Bank recently donated pet supplies to Chattanooga's Humane Educational Society to show support for the shelter's mission to assist homeless, abused and neglected animals.
We normally share an obituary or two in this space on Saturdays, and almost always they come from the Times Free Press. Today, we reach a little broader.by Jay Greeson
Eighteen-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse is on trial for fatally shooting two men and wounding a third.by
Are you still recovering from daylight-saving time?by Mark Kennedy
The Salvation Army's Chattanooga Area Command celebrated the start of the holiday season with its annual campaign kickoff event on Nov. 5 to mark the beginning of the organization's Hope Marches On fundraising campaign.
Tennessean Myles Horton conceived the idea of building a folk school after visiting Denmark in 1931 and seeing the schools in action. A year later Horton, Georgian Don West and Floridian Jim Dombrowski founded the Highlander Folk School on a 200-acre farm donated by women's suffragist Lillian Johnson. Located outside Monteagle, Tenn., in one of the poorer counties of Tennessee, this "settlement house in a rural setting" became one of the the most controversial educational institutions of its time.by
Lawmakers passed the nearly $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill on Nov. 5, 2021, with negotiations still ongoing over Democrats' $1.75 trillion plan to expand the social safety net and tackle climate change.by
Eight years ago, I first met Joe Jenkins.by David Cook
So, have you heard of Hurricane Hawkins taking Louisiana by storm?by Jay Greeson
The Democrats' lobbyist-driven infrastructure bill recently passed, but the Build Back Better plan ("human infrastructure") is meeting resistance even though they named it something alliterative, which made it sound adorable.by