Cleanup of last week's storms continued Monday around the region.
Thousands of Easter eggs were snapped up Sunday morning at the community Easter service at Coolidge Park.
Walkers came to downtown Chattanooga Sunday to participate in the 16th Strides of March
History enthusiasts gathered in Bridgeport over the weekend for what has become Alabama's largest Civil War reenactment.
Howard and CSAS fell short in their bids for state basketball titles last week, bringing to an end successful seasons where both teams racked up 20-plus wins.
Revolutionary War soldier Henry Emerson was honored Sunday with the unveiling of a grave marker at the Citizens’ Cemetery in Ringgold, Ga.
The McMinn Central girls' basketball team claimed the school's first state championship trophy with a 48-37 win over Macon County Saturday in Murfreesboro.
GPS claimed the Tennessee Division II-AA girls state basketball championship Saturday. Several local D-I teams are still in contention for the state title.
The UTC Lady Mocs toppled Wofford 68-58 to advance to Sunday's Southern Conference semifinal against Samford, while the Moc men's season ended in a 61-52 quarterfinal loss to Furman.
Local residents assess the damage caused by the severe storm that passed through the Chattanooga area Monday afternoon.
The storm that passed through Chattanooga Monday afternoon caused significant property damage.
Prep basketball tournaments shifted into high gear in Tennessee last week.
Over the weekend the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition volunteers finished the house and welcomed the Sharrock family to their new home.
Baylor outpaced McCallie to win D-II, while Cleveland won a historic D-I nailbiter against Bradley Central and Soddy-Daisy.