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The sudden retirement of Cleveland Police Chief Wes Snyder Friday came after the recent discovery of a video showing him meeting with the director of Main Street Cleveland at a storage unit.
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FSG Bank CEO Michael Kramer told members of the Civitan Club on Friday that banks are more important today than ever - now that many other type lenders have gone away.
Members of the Judge David Campbell Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution conducted a flag dedication at a Hixson Middle School patriotic program.
John Wilson will autograph the new edition of Chattanooga's Story on Monday from 4-6 p.m. at Mount Vernon Restaurant.
A petition drive is forcing Chattanooga officials to reconsider a new law allowing health benefits for domestic partners of city employees.
Chattanooga firefighters responded to a fire shortly before 6 p.m. on Thursday at Woodlawn Apartments at 2300 Wilson Street.
All contestants crowd into the ring at the outset of the annual Guns & Hoses Battle of the Badges boxing event featuring 13 bouts at McKenzie Arena Friday night.
Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan, PLLC law firm announced it has teamed up with the local Salvation Army chapter to sponsor the Corporate Angel Tree Program this season.
A Chattanooga ordinance that would extend health benefits to city employees' domestic partners is on hold after a successful petition drive by a conservative political action committee this week.
Local entrepreneur Perry Perkins announced his candidacy for the Hamilton County Commission, District 7, on Friday.
The Associated Press reported 150 years ago this week in the Civil War that Confederate Lt.
How often do we take for granted the people who serve us every day ? What about the police and fire officers who work around the clock to make sure our families are safe? If you're like me, it's easy to take for granted these individuals who faithfully serve without much appreciation.
The first annual Dinner Excursion on the Tennessee Valley Railroad event was a success for Sculpture Fields at Montague Park.
Dec. 5, 2013--Rochelle Oxford, a driver at Nation Taxi in Chattanooga, Tennessee, talks about what downtown was like before and after an aquarium was built 21 years ago .