It is a simple question: Have we lost sight of the fact that our time and resources are precious and limited?
I have been a patron of the Chattanooga Theatre Centre for many years; for several years I covered the theater while reporting for The Chattanooga Times.
The city of Soddy-Daisy recently announced the purchase of 285 acres in Big Soddy Creek Gulf, and commendations and congratulations are in order.
America is in a mess. And it began on the heels of World War II.
Walter Williams is right.
Recently, at the Walmart on Brainerd Road, I witnessed a good deed.
The writer July 9 seems neither an educator nor someone familiar with that world.
I am writing to urge support of Medicaid expansion in Tennessee.
Today, there is a movement in the country to weaken the nation.
The Times Free Press article "Jamie's Choice (June 17, 2014) states new construction "will be the only year-round emergency shelter for homeless families in the city."
The 1300 block of Gunbarrel Road is under another threat of higher-density rezoning at today’s City Council meeting.
The Highway Trust Fund is going broke, and members of Congress (including Sen. Corker) are scurrying to find new revenue (tax increases) to address the shortfall.
A few weeks ago, I took a friend, who was a stroke patient and on a walker, to Taylor Funeral Home for another friend’s visitation. As I was getting her out of the car, a man at the door came out with a wheelchair and took her inside.
Are there so many disabled people in the Chattanooga area that we need to be bombarded with law firm commercials on television everyday? The people they use in the commercials say, “I got my check!”
As another election cycle quickly approaches, I have a few requests...