Colin M. Stewart is an assistant news editor at the Times Free Press. He was graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, where he begrudgingly majored in English after learning he wasn't allowed to major in a little bit of everything at once. He worked as a writer, editor and page designer at newspapers in the Atlanta area and Hilton Head Island, before moving to Hilo, Hawaii, where he worked as a science- and education-beat reporter at the Hawaii Tribune-Herald. He is an avid swimmer, Jeeper and filmgoer who enjoys spending time with his wife and stepson. He can be reached at email@example.com or 423-757-6366.
The Tennessee Riverpark's boat ramp and fishing piers have been reopened for public use after heavy rains forced their closure earlier this month.by Colin M. Stewart
The heat was on them in Chattanooga, so when 29 people, including at least one confirmed gang member, decided they wanted to party, they took a novel approach.by Colin M. Stewart
Tennessee Department of Transportation crews will evaluate the Moore Road bridge over I-24 to see if the structure must be reinforced following damage incurred when a truck carrying an oversized load struck it.by Colin M. Stewart
For the second time in less than a month, a computer outage has brought statewide driver licensing to a grinding halt.by Colin M. Stewart