PHOTOS: Constitution Day

Monday, September 17, 2018

A reading of the U.S. Constitution was held Monday to celebrate Constitution Day.

 

The reading was sponsored by the Chattanooga Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, in partnership with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

 

The event was held at the Joel W. Solomon Federal Building in downtown Chattanooga.

 


Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Senator Marsha Blackburn Outlines Priorities In Speech To Rotary

2 Arrested In Bradley County On Burglary And Drug Charges


Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: BASTIDOS, RYAN ALAN 19338 EAST DICKENSON PLACE AURORA, 80013 Age at Arrest: 30 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga POSSESSESION ... (click for more)

Senator Marsha Blackburn outlined her priorities in Congress in a speech to the Chattanooga Rotary Club on Thursday. The first bill in the Senate that she helped pass, working alongside ... (click for more)

Bradley County deputies responded Wednesday morning to a residence on Georgetown Road in reference to a burglary in progress. Hamilton County deputies also responded due to the fact the home ... (click for more)


Breaking News

Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report

Here is the latest jail booking report from Hamilton County: BASTIDOS, RYAN ALAN 19338 EAST DICKENSON PLACE AURORA, 80013 Age at Arrest: 30 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga POSSESSESION OF COCAINE FOR RESALE --- BECKETT, ADAM PRESTON HOMELESS SIGNAL MOUNTIAN, 37377 Age at Arrest: 38 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County DOMESTIC ASSAULT --- ... (click for more)

Senator Marsha Blackburn Outlines Priorities In Speech To Rotary

Senator Marsha Blackburn outlined her priorities in Congress in a speech to the Chattanooga Rotary Club on Thursday. The first bill in the Senate that she helped pass, working alongside Senator Lamar Alexander, she said, is a bi-partisan resolution about vaccines. Some of the blame for the upticks of diseases that we had considered were gone, is because of misinformation spread ... (click for more)

Opinion

How Many Downtown Condos Do We Need?

Just how many downtown apartments and condos do we need? Where are the people coming from to live in these expensive places? It takes a roommate to be able to afford even a cheap downtown space and we continue to build more and more expensive housing. Just from driving around downtown and looking at all the buildings my estimate is about 60-70 percent are vacant buildings. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: She’s A Grand Ol’ Flag - And PaCharley Hicks Goes Home

Every rule carries its own exemption and, while the Supreme Court protects those who burn our nation’s flag under the First Amendment (you cannot deny freedom of speech), I believe there needs to be a harsh exception made in our love for “Ol’ Glory.” Thousands of Americans gave their lives for the flag, easily the most feared symbol on any battlefield the world over, and one of ... (click for more)

Sports

5-3A Baseball: Bears, Canes, Trojans Top Threats For Tournament Title

The District 5-3A baseball tournament begins next Wednesday at Soddy-Daisy and the top three seeded teams – Bradley Central, East Hamilton and the host Trojans – are strong contenders for the championship. There are others, however, that would throw No. 4 Cleveland into the mix as the tournament’s dark horse solely on the Blue Raiders’ sweep of a two-game series against the regular-season ... (click for more)

UTC's San Juan Gets Bid For NCAA Golf Regionals

Chattanooga Mocs senior Monica San Juan is headed to Opelika, Ala., for the 2019 NCAA Auburn Regionals. She one of 384 collegians vying for the NCAA Championship played May 17-22 at the Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark. But first is regional play May 6-8. Saugahatchee Country Club is one of four regional sites. Each site features 18 teams and six individuals with the ... (click for more)