I am honored to join the swelling ranks of those who are endorsing Pam Fleenor for Chancery Court, including former Tennessee Supreme Court Chief Justice Mickey Barker and former Hamilton County Mayor and Gov. Haslam's former chief of staff, Claude Ramsey.
It is regrettable that the Times Free Press took a sympathetic stance in the recent front-page article about TWRA and captive native wildlife.
The city of Chattanooga and Tennessee provided tax incentives estimated at $577 million to foreign-owned Volkswagen at a cost to taxpayers of $288,500 per position.
In November of 1863, hostile forces from the North invaded Chattanooga and placed the city under siege.
Columnist Anne Michaud does not go far enough in challenging the prevailing notion in higher education that colleges and universities should be job-producing machines.
A few weeks ago I lost my car key at the Barn Nursery.
In response to the article about Tennessee leading the nation in minimum-wage jobs and those who protest for a higher minimum wage, the solution is simple.
Bravo to the Times for taking a strong stand in favor of the PAST act, which should be successful in stopping all manner of cruelties toward walking horses!
March 31 was the last day to sign up for health care coverage on HealthCare.gov.
In the March 31 Chattanooga Times Free Press, two articles by The Associated Press caught my attention.
The arguments about whether persons with concealed carry permits should be legally allowed to carry a firearm into — wherever — are just plain silly.
There was a 120-page color supplement book in the Chattanooga Sunday paper on March 30 called “FYI Chattanooga.”
Our judges are so deep in legalities they cannot see the law.
Last month, I was admitted to the Memorial Hospital emergency room with a severe case of oxygen respiratory failure.
At a homeschooling convention I attended last weekend at Opryland, there was a booth for an adoption agency.