Sylvia Watts, 91, moved into the NCH Healthcare nursing home in Dunlap, Tenn. in June 2007.
Dr. Lynn Rogers, director of the North American Bear Center, has studied bears for decades.
Seven new sculptures arrived in Chattanooga this week as part of the Third Biennial Sculpture Exhibition.
On April 16, 2008, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 100 people at Pilgrim’s Pride chicken processing plant in Chattanooga. Four months later many of those affected are still waiting for a resolution.
Fortunetellers, wooden geese, a couple of live chickens, a black cap with wings and a small carriage.
Homeless Chattanoogans, like Darrell Lee Carter, struggle to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits.
Tyner Academy held a half-day of school for incoming freshmen to help them transition into their new school.
Cosmetology students from Northwestern Technical College volunteer an afternoon doing makeovers at the Ronald McDonald House in Chattanooga for families who have members doing extended stays at local hospitals.
The Chattanooga Tattoo Arts Festival, now in its second year, was held at the Chattanooga Choo-Choo.
Women with low-risk pregnancies deliver at home to better focus on the experience.
Photos and audio from Andrea Pimentel's Quinceañera, the traditional South American celebration of a girl's 15th Birthday.
Mixed martial arts has become a popular sport in the U.S. and in the Chattanooga area. The Chattanooga Fight Factory is the newest mixed martial arts faciltiy in Chattanooga that offers training to the aspiring fighter or the everyday individual just interested in the sport.
Hundreds of volunteers came together this week to renovate Normal Park Upper School. The school will celebrate with an open house Sunday.
Photos and audio from the Times Free Press Best of Preps athletes.
The four-day Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival draws thousands to Manchester, Tenn.