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Grandmother Lorraine Joyner was among many area residents taking advantage of tax-free purchases for school supplies Friday.
DeKalb County Lake, a favorite bass-fishing spot in North Alabama, is being closed Monday and will remain closed for two years so the state can drain the entire lake, revamp the bottom and banks, and then refill it and restock it with fish.
Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn., has been ranked the most affordable Christian college in the nation by an online guide to Christian higher education.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam is upset that federal officials have brought 760 refugee migrant children to the state without notifying his administration.
A young boy stood in Miller Park on Saturday afternoon holding a sign that read “Stop the Israeli Terrorism.”
Southern women of all ages filled the Chattanooga Convention Center on Saturday to attend She: An Expo for Women.
Chattanooga is known for its gigabit Internet and its environmental vibe, and it is now nationally recognized as a city that approaches history with innovation.
People who need help with their utilities, have questions about after-school programs or are seeking information from a wide variety of service providers have found the United Way of Greater Chattanooga's 211 number to be a helpful resource.
A Chattanooga woman has been charged with TennCare fraud and identity theft by the State of Tennessee’s Office of Inspector General (OIG).