There’s a serial killer in Chattanooga.
It's time for Tennessee to stop playing partisan games with the Affordable Care Act because our red-state lawmakers don't like the president and the party he represents.
Will Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United's proposed $62 million expansion for Chattanooga be the real thing?
More than 150 years after battles in and around Chattanooga, and four-to-six months since the sesquicentennial of those battles, the Civil War continues to make its mark on the consciousness of the Scenic City.
It's time for a bold move by Gov. Bill Haslam to put the health of Tennesseans ahead of politics.
Chalk one up for the senior ladies of East Lake.
Five years ago, David Meek died while riding his bike.
In its short 20 years of operations, the Brainerd Mission played an important role in influencing future Cherokee leaders and the history of our region.
Two years ago, more than 300 Chattanoogans lost their homes and walked into an uncertain future. It was 2012, and the Chattanooga Housing Authority (CHA) had just closed the Harriet Tubman housing development.
Medicine is always about patients first. — Yank Coble
How many retreating lines in the sand will Obama draw before Putin invades the Ukraine. Ask Syria? Where is Reagan when we need him most?
How dare VW try to run its business the way it sees fit without political interference! Who do they think they are?
Speaker Beth Harwell said the Tennessee Legislature is pro Second Amendment. Then why can't I carry a gun into the buildings where the legislators work?
Author Jimmy Jones, an active cavalry officer as well as a professional genealogist, served two tours of duty in the 6th U.S. Cavalry.
I think there is a great opportunity for the Times Free Press when the next edition of the Bridal Affair insert is developed.
Many of your readers find evolution to be baloney.
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