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I have known Perry Perkins over 20 years. I first met Perry at a skate party for DARE students.
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In a unanimous opinion, the Tennessee Supreme Court has held that state law allows a plaintiff to add a defendant whose involvement was raised by the original defendant, even when the plaintiff was aware of the new defendant before the statute of limitations expired.
Pictured here for their "hands-on lesson" are campers Max and Audrey Webb and Luke Wilhelm discovering archaeology with teacher Allie Webb reassembling a broken flower pot.
Candidate for District 7 of the County Commission Sabrena Turner spoke to the Civitan Club Friday afternoon, saying, "It's imperative that we get leadership that will not only be a voice for the people but will get on the front lines for the people."
The Southeastern Command and Leadership Academy graduated 28 more law enforcement officers from its 13th class on Friday morning at the UTC University Center Building.
In a Hamilton County School Board budget work session, Superintendent Rick Smith said that in terms of payrolls, "We have budgeted well, we are fine."
The sale price for a chunk of the Tennessee Temple University campus was $4 million, according to the register of deeds office.
The Downtown Kiwanis Club of Chattanooga, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture's Forestry Division, the Hamilton County Master Gardeners, and BI-LO have partnered with Hamilton County Soil Conservation District to distribute free trees to the public.
A difference of opinion about what is appropriate punishment for selling beer to minors was debated at the meeting of the Chattanooga Beer Board Thursday morning.
The city of Cleveland will conduct a public meeting on Tuesday, for comments concerning housing and community needs in areas targeted by the Community Block Development Grant program.
Volunteer Princess Cruises is continuing its tradition of offering a new and exciting way to dine on Easter Sunday.
A recorded police interview was played for a jury in the courtroom of Judge Barry Steelman Wednesday in the trial of Kennedy "Kenny" Fleming, charged with raping a woman who was staying at an apartment with him and his girlfriend.
"We can do hard things. Love wins. We belong to each other." It's a simple philosophy, really, and one espoused by Glennon Doyle Melton in her infamous on-line blog, Momestary http://momastery.com/blog/ about-glennon/ .
Brock & Spencer Benefits, LLC, the employee benefits arm of Brock Insurance Agency, announced the addition of Katie Landers as the new Voluntary Benefits specialist.
The Tennessee General Assembly will move to honor military veterans with a bill that will allow veterans to indicate their military service on their driver's licenses or photo ID cards.
Myeloma, also called multiple myeloma, is an incurable cancer of cells in the bone marrow that affects blood cell production and can lead to anemia, infections, bone lesions, vertebral compressions, osteoporosis, severe pain and kidney dysfunction, according to the International Myeloma Foundation.