Berry College Eaglet Is Hatching

Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Berry College eaglet is hatching. Officials said, "We finally have a hole in one of the eggs and are on high alert today as the eagles prepare to hatch."

The eaglet's progress can be watched at www.berry.edu/eaglecam.


Chickamauga Battlefield Bicycle Tours Continue

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and Outdoor Chattanooga will join forces once again this year to offer a series of free, monthly historical bike tours through Chickamauga Battlefield, beginning Saturday, May 21 at 9:30 am.  The public is invited to bring their bicycles and join in the leisurely-paced historical rides, which take approximately two hours. ... (click for more)

“I Have Heard That Yell Before:” Some Of Chickamauga’s Confederate Commanders During Reconstruction

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park invites the public to attend a 2-hour car caravan tour of Chickamauga Battlefield focusing on the post war activities of several of the battle’s Confederate commanders. This tour begins at the Chickamauga Battlefield Visitor Center at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 14.    Program participants will hear the stories of several ... (click for more)

Teen Shot Multiple Times On Wilson Street On Wednesday Night; Injuries "Life-Threatening"

A teenager was shot multiple times on Wilson Street on Wednesday night. The incident was in the 1900 block around 6:30 p.m. The 911 caller said the victim was on her porch. The shooter was said to be in a silver vehicle. Chattanooga Police arrived on the scene, initiated first aid and attempted to locate a crime scene. Hamilton County EMS transported the victim to ... (click for more)

Woman Tells Of Having Shots Fired At Her When She Walked Into Disorder At South Germantown Road Apartment Complex

Officer Joel Gunn of the Chattanooga Police Department and a woman who was fired at after she walked into the scene of a shooting testified in court Wednesday concerning the shooting at the Chateau Royale Apartments on South Germantown Road on April 22. Coy Sims, 48, was arrested by Officer Gunn after police were called by residents of the apartment complex. On the night of the ... (click for more)

Thankful For The Vital Role Teachers Played In My Life

Re: Roy Exum: Teachers Day Tomorrow Roy, I am especially appreciative of your poignant column written in tribute to teachers.  It made me tear up, as I have encountered both as a student and a career educator-- teachers like the second-grade teacher who said, "I wish you were my little girl" and teachers like Mrs. Poindexter.   My teachers have played such a vital ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The DA’s Cold-Case Quest

It is clearly a job nobody can do for over an hour or two, but Neal Pinkston, working in hand with precise professionals from the county’s auditing department, is intent on doing the right thing. As I watched a revolving team of four people at a time open and study envelopes of autopsy photographs on Tuesday, the scene would have made a fascinating television documentary. But ... (click for more)