As reported in your paper (May 7), the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored an event for business leaders at City Hall to express their support for the Chamber's new "racial equity pledge."
President Biden is totally responsible for the crisis at the border. He said "Come on in," and they came by the thousands and thousands.
Thank you, Liz Cheney.
It has been over a year since the COVID pandemic hit and the schools in our state had to instantly pivot from in-person to virtual learning.
We are constantly bombarded with news of families, including children and seniors, walking unimaginable miles that defy description.
I was so pleased on April 26 to hear President Biden share his vision for making America a stronger nation by improving child care, helping needy families, and providing jobs for our people in the new economy that will result from moving forward to cleaner sources of energy.
I'd like to continue the conversation on the recent editorial, letters to the editor and column about those fine people who regularly pick up litter.
Funding our roads and bridges using current gas taxes is a problem that is only going to increase.
In his Saturday column, Jay Greeson lauded Tennessee's legalized online sports wagering.
Chattanooga, I thank you for the tremendous support and encouragement you've shown me since announcing my candidacy last September.
Kudos to Rose and Rick Coddaire of Red Bank for their daily efforts in cleaning litter off a Red Bank road. Compliments to Cindi and Nate Sinden and the Soddy Daisy Beautification crew for removing trash locally.
Thank you, Mayor Andy Berke, for eight years of great leadership.
So the war against free speech has come to Chattanooga.
TFP reporter Wyatt Massey's article on The Signal and Candace Owens in last Sunday's paper was biased and unprofessional.
I am writing to express my opposition to two current bills that, if passed, could have devastating effects on the health of teens and youth across Tennessee.
If you take a minute to imagine the perfect combination of kindness, work ethic, creativity and ethical small business talent, the picture that comes into focus is Jerry Sear.
There is a saying that goes, "A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle."
I recently read the editorial on the conservative side of the TFP entitled "Mayoral candidates should address gun violence."
Having coordinated one of the original recycling programs in this region, I know that a well-managed drop-off center, with separate bins for each type of recyclable, accomplishes the main goal of recycling, providing end- users with valuable feedstock, i.e., recyclables that can be made into new, marketable products.
It is with great delight that the death of the Tennessee state Hall Income Tax is now official after being on a pseudo-life support system for six years.
At age 22, having failed to register in advance of the 1972 presidential election, I missed my first opportunity to vote.
Tim Kelly as mayor would help us realize our potential as a city and bring us together as one Chattanooga.
With climate change impacts more seriously degrading land and streams, we need to halt actions which provide profits to builders and developers that smack of irresponsibility.