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About three years ago, Dorothy Williamson’s support and assistance allowed an elderly man to stay out of a nursing home before he died, she said.
When Eva Jo Johnson moved back to Chattanooga after nearly 50 years, she was prepared to make a difference. "I came to Chattanooga ready and willing to contribute my experiences here," she said.
A body found Sunday afternoon at a Chattanooga house may be that of a woman who's been missing since September, police said.
You might want to take out your warmest winter coat. The next several days will bring snow, wind and cold temperatures to the Chattanooga area.
Don Stafford brought a horse named Ginger for his wife shortly after they got married about eight years ago.
The Fort Oglethorpe City Council voted to make several amendments to the city's alcohol ordinances, including one that allows customers to sample beer and wine before buying carry-out items in a sealed container.
Soldiers heading to Jordan and their family members spent Sunday getting a crash course in what to expect ahead of deployment.
More than 400 generous donors raised nearly $54,000 for the Chattanooga Times Free Press Neediest Cases Fund, making 2011 one of the best years for giving in the past decade.
The Fort Oglethorpe City Council will have a final reading and vote on several alcohol ordinance changes at its Monday meeting.
After speaking at a Jubilee Day event about the need for more civic participation, the Rev. Cheryl Jones Goliday asked people who would commit to making a difference in their community to raise their hands.