Erlanger is putting its retirees under the knife with its latest cost-cutting efforts.
For seven months, Chattanooga mayor Andy Berke has been focused on what he sees as the major challenges facing the city: crime (especially shootings), education, economic needs and budgeting.
In the space of three weeks, three people have been fatally shot locally, two at residences and one outside a professional's office. All the shooters were white.
The Republican party, many say, is at a crossroads — pundits warn ground zero lies between the establishment Republicans and the tea party. The left salivates at the perceived fissure, hoping to divide conservatives.
When the calendar flips to 2014, it will mark the third anniversary of the only New Year's resolution I've ever kept. My not-so-flat abdominal muscles and rising cholesterol are testaments to this truth.
Before the City Council stands a proposal that homosexuals and their sympathizers insist is simply about equal pay for equal work. Taxpayers should be glad to award spousal benefits to employee's gay partners; doing so will improve the quality of the work force and be fair to gays, whom otherwise are disallowed from receiving benefits as might husband and wife.
It’s right there on the list. Just before food and clothing. Right after the section on people being able to vote and participate in government.
According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a parent is “a person who is a mother or father; a person who has a child.”
A few weeks ago, I wrote a column bemoaning the lethargic performance turned in by Chattanooga's electorate during last year's city elections.
It’s the time of year when jingle bells are ringing and trees are draped in tinsel.
I do not qualify for "ObamaScare." The Republican state government is canceling my coverage on December 31. Now what do I do?
Please explain the idiocy of giving the disgraced, impeached, and disbarred ex-president Bill Clinton the Medal of Freedom.
People who get food stamps are branded as “takers.” A million of our veterans get food stamps. Are they takers?
I applaud the move by the State of Tennessee to belatedly move ahead on 11 overdue executions.
Regarding Sunday, Nov. 17's front page feature "The Goal is Simple," I ask: What's sensational about these persons' alleged activities?
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