Quintana Roo bicycles and athletic equipment have been a staple of traithlons for 30 years, selling bikes and other equipment to athletes all over the world.
Talking turkey likely will be common over the next few months for three generations of hunters in Hixson.
Changes have been made to make one of Chattanooga's premier cycling events safer and more enjoyable for riders and residents of Lookout Mountain.
Chattanooga resident Aon Miller, a member of the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club as well as The Honors Course, has been elected as the 79th president of the Tennessee Golf Association.
Uncle Sam wants you — if you're a teenager with an interest in fly-fishing.
Furman University alumni have roared loud enough to the administration and promised enough money in donations to keep for two years the men's golf program that had been scheduled to be eliminated on July 1.
It was a normal day for 30-year-old Signal Mountain resident Zach Brown at his tree service business when the seed of world-class sledding was planted in his mind. As he was cutting a tree for family friend Jim Bardoner, they began talking about Brown’s time in Alaska.
A popular saying states, “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.”
Former, current and future Furman golfers were blindsided 11 days ago when the university announced that it would be terminating the men's golf program on July 1 to help the school's financial troubles.
Jeff Sherrill has been writing a check to Furman University every year for longer than he can remember.
Yankee Stadium in New York was "the house that Ruth built," based on the home run excitement and fan interest generated by Babe Ruth.
In a case of one big adventure literally leading to another, Rhea County native Brad Tallent recently finished a kayak trip of more than 3,000 miles from Nova Scotia in Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
Chattanooga based golfers Paul Apyan Jr. and Stephan Jaeger qualified Friday for status on the PGA Tour Latin America.
Local trout fishermen don't have to travel to distant streams for the next few months.
A dog barking at 2 in the morning is not what most people want to hear, but for raccoon hunters it's a delight. It also can mean big bucks.