Hutcheson Welcomes First Baby Of The New Year

Friday, January 4, 2013

Hutcheson Medical Center welcomed Brady Ray Smith, the hospital’s first baby of 2013, into the world at 1:42 p.m. on Wednesday. He weighed in at seven pounds, 12 ounces, and was 19¾ inches in length.

The proud parents, Heather and Phillip Smith, were presented by the nurses at Hutcheson’s Women’s Center with a congratulatory basket of newborn baby items and a case of diapers for their beautiful, new arrival.   


Morning Pointe Of Chattanooga Grand Opening Celebration

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UT Erlanger Cardiology Announces Two Locations For Georgia Residents

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Council Will Consider 7 Applicants For 11th Judicial District Opening On April 9

Seven attorneys have applied for the Hamilton County Criminal Court judge position that will become vacant on  June 1,  upon the retirement of Judge Rebecca Stern. The Governor’s Council for Judicial Appointments will meet in Chattanooga on  April 9  to consider these applicants: Johnny D. Houston, Jr. Chattanooga D. Marty Lasley ... (click for more)

Case Against Red Bank Officer In Beating Of Hispanic Man To Go To Grand Jury

The Hamilton County District Attorney General’s Office has reviewed the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation report regarding Red Bank Police Officer Mark Kaylor and the case will be submitted for consideration by the Hamilton County Grand Jury next week, District Attorney Neal Pinkston said. Officer Kaylor was seen on his squad car dash-cam hitting an Hispanic man seven times ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Has Always Been A Battleground Between Good And Evil

From the thousands slain in nearby Chickamauga Battlefield during the Civil War…  To the launching point of the Cherokee Indian’s Trail of Tears…  To the lunch counter sit-ins led by Howard School students — the only high school student sit-ins in the nation — during the Civil Rights Movement…  To Walter Cronkite calling the polluted Southern industrial town ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Our 92-Year-Old Victim

It is with great pride, and far greater relief, that I can report a “caretaker” is far different than a “boyfriend.” A story out of Memphis earlier this week morphed into a virtual fireball that had such power it appeared on the front page on a London newspaper and other news outlets all around the world when it was reported by the Associated Press a 28-year-old man had assaulted ... (click for more)