Girls, Inc. To Be Featured On TODAY Show Wednesday

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

NBC's TODAY Show will feature Girls Inc. as part of the solution in addressing girls' self esteem concerning their appearance. Elizabeth, a Girls Inc. girl, will share how Girls Inc. supports her and her peers by providing a safe environment where they can have honest conversations and develop positive self-worth. The segment, part of TODAY's week-long "Love Your Selfie, Reclaiming Beauty" series, will also include a PSA created by Girls Inc. girls.

The program airs Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. on WRCB-TV 3 NBC.

Career Crunch For Eighth Graders Is Nov. 3-4

Career Crunch will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 3-4, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Tennessee National Guard Armory, 1801 S. Holtzclaw Ave.  The purpose of Career Crunch is to provide an avenue for eighth grade students in Hamilton County middle schools to explore a breadth of career areas.   This fair brings students together with local professionals to discuss their ... (click for more)

Cleveland State Named To The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

The Corporation for National and Community Service announced recipients of the 2015 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Each year, the President of the United States recognizes higher education institutions that reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve meaningful, measurable outcomes in communities through service. The Honor Roll ... (click for more)

Domestic Assault Charge Dismissed Against Bobby Stone In Case Involving Mayor's Top Advisor; Stone Says Berke Had Inappropriate Relationship With His Wife; Says Berke And Fletcher Conspired To Arrest Him

A charge of domestic assault was dismissed Friday morning against Bobby Stone in a case involving a top advisor to Mayor Andy Berke.  Afterward, Mr. Stone told reporters that the mayor had an inappropriate relationship with his wife, Lacie Stone. He also charged that Mayor Berke and Police Chief Fred Fletcher conspired to arrest him. Mr. Stone is expected to file ... (click for more)

Christopher Padgett Taken Into Custody

A Chattanooga man who went on the lam after cutting off his ankle monitor and failing to show up for the third day of his felony murder trial is back in custody. Christopher Padgett was arrested by Chattanooga Police in the 3200 block of South Street at 12:55 a.m. He had made a $350,000 bond just before the start of his trial in the slaying of taxi driver Nathan ... (click for more)

Literacy Is Critical

Government spending is often portrayed as a freight train "quickly running out of track." And there is some truth to that statement. There is not an endless supply of money to fund every good idea that comes along, and we must acknowledge that problem. Fiscal responsibility is a must.  That is why spending on priority issues like public education is important. You can spend ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Prayer Over Despair

As a strong proponent of early voting, I joined hundreds at the Hamilton County Election Commission headquarters on Amnicola Highway yesterday to exercise what I consider one of our greatest freedoms – “for the people, by the people.” Candidly, I have never been as upset or as disappointed over my choices for President in my life. Locally I am fine with our candidates but to pick ... (click for more)