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It’s always been hard to shop around for a doctor. Outside of word-of-mouth and personal experience, it’s nearly impossible to compare medical service providers on the type of care they provide, much less the cost.

And on the fifth day, they rested.

When Stephen Livesay looks at Bryan College, he sees a Christ-centered campus on the move, "solid" in almost every way.

The sounds of fun and laughter filled the air Saturday in North Georgia for the 89th opening day of Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park.

"Why is reading important?" asked Brian Smith, public relations coordinator for the Chattanooga Department of Youth and Family Development.

Cleveland, Tenn., businessman Allan Jones will continue his efforts to buy the assets of the bankrupt Hardwick Clothes Inc., even though he says he is having to fight claims by a government agency that is helping to insure the company's former retirement plan.

The most memorable quotes in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for April 6-11.

  • April 13th, 2014  |

A 54-year-old man was killed last night after his SUV struck a tree in Sale Creek.

With talks stalled and a potential change in state law threatening the mounting tab owed to the Hamilton County school system over past-due liquor taxes, school officials filed a lawsuit against Chattanooga on Friday as a safeguard.

Brandon Jackson says he watched from the woods Wednesday night as a black Hyundai crept down Kellys Ferry Place. The car still rolling, a man hopped out of the back seat with a shotgun.

DAYTON, Tenn. — If we want to solve our country's problems, we should look to each other, not to the nation's capital.

A shots-fired call went out to Chattanooga police officers about 2 a.m. Friday, but when police investigated, they found nothing.

The National Rifle Association is taking Bradley County, Tenn., Sheriff Jim Ruth to task for the second time in two weeks for falsely claiming its endorsement in the current Republican primary for sheriff.

Tom McCullough says he is dropping out of the four-way GOP primary in the state House District 27 race.

The unexpected death of a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga communications student Friday has left faculty and fellow students confused about the loss.

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