PHOTOS: EPB Unveils Christmas Windows

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

EPB unveiled its annual Christmas window display


Volunteers Needed For Chattanooga National Cemetery Wreath Pick-up

Local Civil Air Patrol and volunteers placed over 8,000 wreaths at Chattanooga National Cemetery for Wreaths Across America on Dec 17. The cemetery staff is asking for the public’s assistance with picking up these wreaths. Volunteers can come to the cemetery starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21, until all wreaths are picked up. For more information, or to volunteer, ... (click for more)

Polk Bridge Renamed Bear Lawson Bridge

Polk County renamed the Benton Station Bridge on Monday to honor the man who donated the land to attract a railroad to the county over a century ago.  It's now the Bear Lawson Bridge, to honor William Hinton "Bear" Lawson. Polk County and Cleveland leaders were on hand Monday, along with a large group of Mr. Lawson's descendants for the ceremony. Mr. Lawson lived in the ... (click for more)

Walker Charged With Sunday Night Murder Of Girlfriend In LaFayette

A 29-year-old Walker County man has been charged with murdering his girlfriend, also 29. Sheriff Steve Wilson said David Ryan Walker was charged in the slaying of Candace Ann Hankins. He said she was killed inside a house on Wheeler Road in LaFayette and her body was found in woods behind the house. The sheriff said Walker called relatives to express remorse about the killing. ... (click for more)

Man With Gun Runs From Police At Hamilton Place Mall; Pushes Shoppers Out Of The Way

A man who was found to be armed with a handgun was chased by police early Saturday afternoon. He pushed shoppers out of the way during the pursuit, which included racing down an escalator.   Erwin J. Rogers, 22, of 6111 Nottingham Dr., is facing multiple charges.    Around 1:50 p.m., Chattanooga Police officers working at the Hamilton Place Mall ... (click for more)

Beyond Freedom Of Speech

Yes, most people know about the First Amendment to our Constitution, "The right, guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, to express beliefs and ideas without unwarranted government restriction."  I being a "deplorable" draw the line when people block traffic, try to disrupt, and even stop an activity through malice and disregard for others. Case being ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: What Else $3 Can Mean

Orchard Knob Middle School, located on North Highland Park Avenue in Chattanooga, led every other secondary school in the state of Tennessee last year with 6.8 percent of its students expelled. So as people are working feverishly to keep the school from being taken over by the state’s Department of Education, allow me to pose a question. Last Friday during the last period of ... (click for more)