Lindsay Burkholder is originally from Winston-Salem, N.C. She graduated from Covenant College in May 2012 with a bachelor's degree in English. While at Covenant she spent time writing for and editing the news section of the school newspaper, The Bagpipe. Burkholder also attended the World Journalism Institute in New York City in 2011.
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A small bump in the road isn't a big deal for someone traveling 20 mph in a car. But when it's a pack of more than 100 cyclists speeding across uneven pavement at more than 50 mph, that small bump can turn into a major safety hazard.
The hundreds of cyclists soon to be buzzing around the streets of downtown Chattanooga will make navigating through the heart of the city a little bit tricky.
Local emergency response workers practiced how to respond to a biohazard threat at the Shallowford Road Post Office on Wednesday and tested their overall response plan.
Four months after Red Bank's traffic cameras were removed, city officials say they aren't missed.
One lone cyclist is trying to recruit a massive volunteer army as Chattanooga gears up to transform itself into a giant race course.
Preschoolers in blue and green and yellow T-shirts spilled onto the artificial turf, wiggling and grooving to "Everybody Dance Now" playing over the loudspeakers.
With 7,000 instructors in the Technical College System of Georgia, the members of this year's Rick Perkins Instructor of the Year selection panel had a real job on their hands.
For many people, the ins and outs of Medicare are bewildering and intimidating. To help reduce some of the mystery, the Greater Chattanooga Democratic Women's Club asked Dr. Mary Headrick for clarification at its monthly