Normal Park Museum Magnet Principal Jill Levine is one of three principals selected for the U.S. Department of Education’s first Principal Ambassador Fellows.
Grammy and Tony award winner Jennifer Holliday will perform at Olivet Baptist Church at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds military jet demonstration team will headline an air show at Rome, Ga.'s Russell Regional Airport next year.
The W Road will be closed from 9 a.m. until noon today for maintenance, according to the Hamilton County Highway Department.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga police officers apprehended one suspect Monday evening and are seeking a second suspect in connection with an armed robbery earlier in the day.
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The Chattanooga Police Department and Crime Stoppers are looking for Marcus Lorenzo Thomas, who police say is wanted in connection to a search warrant at his residence where a large amount of crack cocaine was found.
Chattanooga police continue to investigate two shootings late Saturday night that injured two men.
Two men were shot last night after an unknown person started shooting during a party in Chattanooga, according to a news release from the Chattanooga Police Department.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said its violent crimes response team is helping investigate a death Friday night at a home on Moore's Circle in Cleveland, Tenn.
Toyo Tire on Friday announced the fourth expansion of its tire production plant near White, Ga., since locating in North Georgia in 2004.
The Southend Volunteer Fire Department will hold a fundraiser turkey dinner event with all the trimmings at noon CST today at the fire hall on Daus Community Center Road, south of Dunlap, Tenn. Dinner is $6 for adults, $3 for children.
The Ringgold High football team was shut out by Washington County 37-0 in the GHSA Class AAA semifinals Friday night.
Wes Snyder, chief of police in Cleveland, Tenn., is retiring.
The threat of a little rain doesn't scare Santa.
A man used a fire extinguisher to put out a fire in his neighbor's apartment while she was away.
The Wilcox Tunnel will be closed for quarterly maintenance from 8:30 am until 12:00 noon on Friday, December 6, 2013.
Four people were arrested in two separate drug busts in Jackson County, Ala., according to a sheriff's office news release.
The United Auto Workers union is looking at hiking membership dues by 25 percent, the first increase since 1967, a top UAW official and several union sources told Reuters.
President Barack Obama is ordering the federal government to nearly triple its use of renewable sources for electricity by 2020.
I-75 in Whitfield County has been reopened after southbound lanes were blocked for nearly six hours this morning.
Autumn Adkins Graves has been named the new head of school at Girls Preparatory School, effective July 1, 2014, according to an announcement by the board of trustees.
Four people were arrested in two separate drug arrests in Jackson County, Ala., according to a sheriff's office news release.
The Chattanooga Transportation Department has announced some streets in Chattanooga that will be closed over the next couple of days for special events.
The Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra will return to Athens, Tenn., on Tuesday, Dec. 10, for the Athens Area Council for the Arts’ 35th annual Big Time/Small Town Performance Season.
In what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind competition, the NorthShore Merchants Collective is launching a Selfie With an Elfie contest.
The December calendar is filling up. Here are some highlights.
A look around the map shows that Christmas is busting out all over. Here are some events this weekend.
Jazzanooga and Barking Legs Theater are set to launch a concert series that features some of Chattanooga’s best jazz artists.
A production reviewers have deemed “a holiday classic” and “a hoot” returns to Chattanooga State Community College for the next two weekends.
“La Camioneta,” a film that tracks the journey of a decommissioned American school bus that is being remade into a “camioneta,” Guatemala’s most common form of public transportation, will be screened today, Dec. 5, at Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Ave.
Almost a month after 17-year-old Dalton McConathy was killed outside Fred Steven Youngblood's Ringgold, Ga., home, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is willing to confirm two things: McConathy died of a gunshot and the means of death was homicide.
The man who died in a shootout with police in Etowah, Tenn., Monday night has been named the suspect in the slaying of his girlfriend, Kim Moran.
A private survey shows U.S. businesses last month added the most jobs in a year, powered by big gains in manufacturing and construction.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Mohawk Industries will convert two manufacturing facilities in Dalton and Rome, leading to 420 new jobs being created.
Walker County, Ga., is willing to go it alone and help keep Hutcheson Medical Center afloat with loans as the publicly-owned Fort Oglethorpe hospital makes unspecified cuts to save several million dollars a year.
The Humane Educational Society has named Bob Citrullo as its new executive director following months of interviews.
Jasper, Tenn., physician Charles Michael Howe has agreed to plead guilty to 14 counts of unlawfully dispensing or distributing a controlled substance, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
The Dalton Police Department carried out a meth bust that led to two people being arrested and the seizure of about $190,000 worth of crystal methamphetamine.
The passenger in a car that went off the road today and struck the wall of a garage at 20 S. Germantown Road has died from injuries sustained in the crash.
Two people were injured after a car hit a house in Chattanooga and caught on fire, according to a news release.
Hardwick Clothes, Inc., a Cleveland, Tenn., maker of blazers and other tailored clothing, has announced its filing of a voluntary bankruptcy petition for Chapter 11 reorganization.
Water Tower Park, located outside of Battle Academy School at 1601 S. Market St., will be dedicated Saturday at 1 p.m., according to a the Cowart Place Neighborhood Association in partnership with the Hamilton County Department of Education.
The Chattanooga Fire Department reported that a man jumped out of a bedroom window early this morning to escape a fire at a home at 3527 Taylor St.
Two Dalton police officers will be suspended for two days without pay, must complete 40 hours of community service in support of youth programs and will receive written reprimands after they used foul language when dealing with middle school students.
Two young men were stabbed Sunday afternoon at 6412 Edgmon Drive, receiving what the Chattanooga Police Department said were nonlife-threatening injuries.