Playing music with his friends is something Richard McGibony has done on a weekly basis for decades.
On a steamy Saturday morning in July, Jay Hopkins led a group of nine volunteers — incoming freshmen participating in the UTC Bridge program — into the Citizens Cemetery, Chattanooga's oldest.
Bob Miller didn't realize he would be one of the last of a breed when he became a service technician for a business-machine company.
Today, tiny American flags flutter from each headstone in the Chattanooga National Cemetery, placed over the weekend by Boy Scouts,
James Smith pulls a white van into the driveway at Ensign Florist on South Crest Road on a recent afternoon.
Medal of Honor recipient Charles Coolidge poses with a group of U. S. Navy cadets at a ceremony in his honor Wednesday at the Signal Crest United Methodist Church.
As golfers cart their way up the path to a tee at Montlake Golf Course on a recent Sunday afternoon, they suddenly see an unusual sight.
Red Bank Police Chief Tim Christol is photographed with one of two new Volkswagen Passat vehicles that will be used by police investigators. Red Bank is the first city to use the Chattanooga-made vehicle as a police car.
East Ridge police have nabbed a man they believe is responsible for a rash of vehicle burglaries in the Mission Oaks subdivision, police say.
Chattanooga Police Department investigators search an area near Amnicola Highway Wednesday. The body of Richard Russell was found Saturday. Today's search continues for Russell's wife, Gladis Russell . Staff Photo by John Rawlston
Often, they have lived lives of service, helping friends, neighbors and family members without being asked.
Robert Sims climbs onto a stage set up in the atrium of the Hunter Museum of American Art, takes a seat on the bench in front of one of two Steinway grand pianos and pulls out a fork and a hammer.