We have a suggestion for a new Tax Increment Financing, or TIF, agreement: the Helen Burns Sharp legal fees fund.
Tanks, flash grenades and tear gas don't belong in the hands of street cops in America.
There's a lot at stake — especially for Democrats — in the November general election.
It’s almost Celebration time in Tennessee. Again.
In contemplating the fact that we're stuck with Chuck Fleischmann at least until Democrat Mary Headrick takes a shot at knocking him out of office in November, think about the potential downside of voting early.
A New York Times writer once quoted author Hunter S. Thompson saying Hubert Humphrey campaigned like “a rat in heat.”
In America, voting is how we practice democracy and how we choose leaders.
It is as it should be: With milder weather and customers who are gradually becoming more mindful of energy consumption (and their money), TVA’s power sales are down and expected to remain low over a four-year period.
People are finally beginning to figure out the convenience of early voting.
In just one mile of U.S. 127 north of Dayton Boulevard, more than 120 political signs line both sides of the busy highway.
Vote "for" the Chattanooga Domestic Partnership ordinance on Thursday's ballot.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has become an electoral battleground for Republican state Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey and a group of fellow conservatives, including state house Majority Leader Gerald McCormick, R-Chattanooga, and Sen. Mike Bell, R-Riceville.
State election officials are warning the state's 475 Democratic and Republican county election commissioners that they will get bounced off the local panels if they cross over and vote in the opposite party's Aug. 7 primary election.
Our tired and unoriginal 3rd District incumbent Republican congressman, Chuck Fleischmann, has adopted the ultra-right's "we-can't-trust ..." chant often aimed at the president to paint his youthful and energetic opponent with a completely deceptive message and manipulated photograph in a mailer advertisement sent out last week.
The doorway to TennCare is like "the eye of a needle," according to legal and health care experts.