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Friday, May 02, 2014



Dalton Police Investigate Underwood Circle Stabbing

The Dalton Police Department is investigating a stabbing attack that happened on Underwood Circle in the early morning hours of Thursday.  The attack may have been an attempt at robbing the victim. The victim survived the attack and is expected to recover. The incident happened at approximately 12:20 a.m. The victim told police that he was talking on the phone while ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Schools Gain 241 Students After 10th-Day Enrollment

Enrollment at the Hamilton County Schools has increased 241 students when comparing last year’s 10 th day to this year, Supt. Rick Smith said Thursday. Enrollment stands at 42,741 - up from 42,500. The high schools showed an increase of 195. Middle schools were up 25, and elementaries increased 21.       (click for more)

Black Creek TIF Decision-Who Guards The Hen House?

Citizens of Chattanooga were invited to give public comment before their own Industrial Development Board Aug. 15. They arrived to find foxes guarding their hen house.  Many thought the meeting was their opportunity to seek redress in the ill-conceived Black Creek Tax Increment Financing plan. However, they learned it was a sham orchestrated by both the past and present ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Coaches Vs. ‘Top 25’ Foes

The long-accepted measuring stick for a college football coach has been his win-loss record, with an after-glance at his win-loss record within his conference. But in Wednesday’s editions of the Wall Street Journal, writer David Everson, with the help of Stats LLC, used a much-tougher litmus test when he revealed the records of 65 major-college coaches against opponents that were ... (click for more)

East Ridge's JoJo Tillery Relies Heavily On His Football MoJo

(This is the 15th in a series of preseason stories on new high school football coaches, or veteran coaches at a different school, and top players in the Chattanooga area) The numbers don’t lie. East Ridge quarterback JoJo Tillery can be a nightmare for defensive coordinators. Do they make him run? Or do they want him throw the football? Pick your poison, fellas. ... (click for more)

UTC's Jay Hay Has Found a Football Home

“Without a doubt, I cannot think of a place I would rather be than here at UTC playing football. The veteran players welcomed me this summer as a junior college transfer with open arms.” UTC defensive back Jay Hay It’s been a crazy, at times frustrating and difficult, four-year football journey for Dade County, Fla. native Jeremiah “Jay” ... (click for more)