Myron Madden (Reporter)

Phone: 423-757-6423
E-mail: mmadden@timesfreepress.com
Bio:
Myron Madden is a staff writer for the community news division of the Times Free Press. He also writes for other publications under the Times Free Press banner, including Get Out Chattanooga and Chatter Magazine. Myron graduated from Southern Adventist University in 2016 with a bachelor's in mass communications and a minor in English. He was raised in Queens, New York, but now considers Chattanooga his home.

Business owners voice concerns about proposed Lafayette Road designs

Published Aug. 19 2018

State and city planners have revealed their latest proposed designs for Fort Oglethorpe's long-awaited streetscape improvements to Lafayette Road, which...

Volunteers kick off school year by delivering supplies

Published Aug. 15 2018

With the issue of local educational inequity still drawing controversy, a wave of supporters from The Bethlehem Center set out...

Donation helps Ridgeland High School students get career-ready

Published Aug. 15 2018

Thanks to a recent donation of medical equipment from CHI Memorial, students at Ridgeland High School hoping to find careers...


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Business owners voice concerns about proposed Lafayette Road designs

Published Aug. 15 2018

State and city planners last week revealed their latest proposed designs for Fort Oglethorpe's long-awaited streetscape improvements to Lafayette Road,...

Double Portion Catering boasts a decade of 'down-home cooking'

Published Aug. 8 2018

The full-service catering business offers its services for weddings, parties and luncheons like those held regularly by the Catoosa County...

New medical wing to decrease wait times at North Georgia Healthcare Center

Published Aug. 8 2018

North Georgia Healthcare Center has added a new medical wing to its facility in its efforts to reduce wait times...

Local teachers inspire students' career aspirations through actions and words

Published Aug. 1 2018

Almost everyone can name at least one teacher who had a significant impact on the trajectory of their career, and...

Chattanooga Prep founders break down how new school will stand apart

Published Aug. 1 2018

Ted and Kelly Alling have a vision for Chattanooga Preparatory School.

Chattanooga Ducks: Welcome to the splash zone

Published Aug. 1 2018

When I booked my first tour with the Chattanooga Ducks, it didn't occur to me that I might be in...

New Ringgold nonprofit aims to LIFT local students

Published Aug. 1 2018

A group of Ringgold residents are working to develop a nonprofit geared toward helping kids who are "at risk of...

Four-day class to help locals combat domestic violence

Published Aug. 1 2018

Public service officials from the University of Tennessee are hosting a domestic violence class at the Family Justice Center next...

Here's what parents need to know about vaping

Published Aug. 1 2018

With students heading back to class this fall, parents and teachers are keeping an eye on the infamous "Juuling" trend,...


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Fort Oglethorpe dog park location determined

Published Aug. 1 2018

The city of Fort Oglethorpe has finally locked down the location for its much-anticipated dog park.

TiggerTown cat rescue planning move to East Brainerd Road

Published Jul. 25 2018

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission has given the initial thumbs-up to a zoning request that will enable a local...

Three Catoosa County roads to be resurfaced this fall, thanks to $1 million grant

Published Jul. 25 2018

Catoosa County is getting more than $1 million in federal dollars to rehab three roads that are in need of...

Ringgold fitness center offers new programs for young athletes

Published Jul. 25 2018

After moving from East Ridge to Ringgold earlier this year, Our House Studios Inc. has begun to expand its offerings...

New emergency vehicles bring speedy response, cost savings to Catoosa

Published Jul. 18 2018

The Catoosa County Fire Department has purchased six new quick-response vehicles that are expected to cut down on operating costs...

LaFayette rec center renamed to honor recreational pioneers

Published Jul. 18 2018

Last month, the city of LaFayette officially said 'thank you' to the late couple that shaped its recreational department by...

District 30 hopefuls zero in on development

Published Jul. 18 2018

Growth and development were among the many topics up for debate last week during a community-hosted forum between Tennessee House...

Feast like the gods at Wrath Burgers and Brew in Ringgold

Published Jul. 11 2018

Inspired by stories of the Greek gods, who wanted men to eat, drink and live life to the fullest, the...