Angela Lewis has been a photojournalist with the Chattanooga Free Press and then the Chattanooga Times Free Press for 23 years.
A Chattanooga native, Angela graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 1985 with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications, with emphasis on photography. She has won 29 state and regional awards and honors since the merger of the Chattanooga Free Press and the Chattanooga Times in 1999. She loves cats, gardening and shopping for bargains.
Contact Angela at 423-757-6657 or email@example.com.
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UPDATE: Chattanooga Police responded to a person shot at 300 W. 35th Street short after 12 Tuesday afternoon.
Bonnie Greenrock, right, holds up a sign as the Marion County football team caravan passes on their way to their game in Trousdale County.
Saddle Ridge School in Walker County, Ga., opens the school to the public Tuesday.
Steve Miller loads signs and red kettles into the back of a van, passes out some gloves and warm hats to the waiting bell ringers and drives them to their posts. By Christmas, they will number nearly 100 in the region. The ringers come from all walks of life. Some are homeless, some are coming out of homelessness, some fight addictions and some are volunteers.