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Boy’s love of trains opened the door to his abuser

The boy, now a man, never expected to talk, then came the revelation that made him realize he had to

Doug remembers the taste of the coconut rum.

Two days before Lisa Haynes formally interviewed for a top administration job at Chattanooga State, the college initiated the process to secure a visa that would allow her to work in the United States.

DALTON, Ga. — Adriana Rascon hates watching her mother fold her hands in prayer every morning before she picks up her keys to drive to work.

NASHVILLE — As Gov. Bill Haslam kicks off his first round of public budget hearings Monday, he finds himself caught between some fellow Republicans who want to reduce taxes and critics who say previous spending reductions have harmed some state services.

MONTEAGLE, Tenn. — The Highlander Folk School on Monteagle Mountain is steeped in some of the most important times in American history, figuring prominently in organized labor efforts in the South and as a training ground for leaders of the civil rights movement.

The most memorable quotes in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for Nov. 16-21.

  • Nov. 23rd, 2014  |

ATLANTA — Jason Carter took an optimistic view of his 8-point loss to incumbent Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal during an interview last week in Atlanta, two weeks after the Nov. 4 election that delivered a blow to Georgia Democrats’ hopes of getting power back in a state they once dominated.

Former Chattanooga Police Chief Bobby Dodd claims that a change in the city's pension fund will cost him thousands of dollars over the course of his retirement.

Fights aren't common at Ooltewah Elementary School, but if one occurs, chances are that Principal Thomas Arnold can see who started it by reviewing footage from one of the school's security cameras.

When Hamilton County passed its 2014-15 budget this year, some conservative commissioners and good government groups lauded changes to the $900,000 in funds handed out annually for commissioners to spend on local projects.

Chattanooga leaders don't think there's reason to worry about asbestos in the rubble of the Harriet Tubman development.

A thousand beetles were flown all the way from Washington state in hopes that they'll be able to save hemlock trees in Tennessee.

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