So much for U.S. officials' chant: "We know how to contain Ebola in the United States."
Mary Headrick deserves our votes on Nov. 4 or in early voting beginning Oct. 15 to elect her to represent the 3rd District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Over the past two years, some members of the Signal Mountain Town Council have been researching and working toward an agreement with the Land Trust of Tennessee to enact a conservation easement on the town parks, including Rainbow Lake.
Once again, the center isn't holding.
For two years after families were moved out of the 440 apartments of the Harriett Tubman housing project in East Chattanooga, the 36-acre ghost town sat vacant as the Chattanooga Housing Authority tried to sell the property.
It's a good bet Hamilton County commissioners today have some buyer's remorse on their choice of Jim Fields to lead the commission after he pushed a vote on a controversial proposed constitutional amendment that would give the General Assembly power to regulate abortion.
Thanks, EPB, for your unflinching efforts to embrace transparency with more noise and a smokescreen.
Gov. Bill Haslam seems poised to slide straight back into his chair in Tennessee's Capitol building this November and that's really too bad for Tennesseans.
The National Park Service recently spent nearly $50,000 to conduct an environmental cleanup assessment for Chattanooga's and Hamilton County's police firing range under the assumption that the range would be moved, the soil cleaned, and the land donated to the Park Service for the Moccasin Bend National Archeological District and the benefit of our community.
This weekend may be all about the Ironman triathlon when more than 2,500 people from around the globe swim, bike and run through Chattanooga and North Georgia in a world-class event, but coming Thursday -- from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. -- the new Stringer's Ridge Park "pump track" will open.
Police, like professional and college football players, haven’t been doing themselves any favors this year. Both have hogged headlines with stories about beatings and domestic violence.
Some electricity needs to crackle at EPB — the city-owned electricity and fiber optics cable distributor whose board last week told City Council members that the utility is working to fix a problem that has resulted in the city being overbilled for more than $1.2 million for Chattanooga streetlight energy.
It's been quite a week — lots of congressional saber rattling about presidential overreach, but, oops, our congressmen and congresswomen really just wanted to complain, not really debate and vote.
Cooler heads may be prevailing on the ill-conceived plan to leave the police shooting range open and operational on Moccasin Bend.
It is past time -- but hopefully just in the nick of time -- for the U.S. and the world to ramp up a fight against the rapidly spreading Ebola virus in Africa.