Thursday, October 30, 2014 · 11:57 a.m.

Col. William Clift: Soddy-Daisy's patriotic ghost

The Chattanooga area is rich in history. And wherever there is history, there are ghosts. ...

Time to change smoke alarm batteries

Seventy percent of fire fatalities in the state last year happened in homes with no working smoke alarms. ...

Health department launches anti-tobacco billboard campaign

The new campaign features eight billboards throughout Hamilton County and 10 in the nine rural counties in Southeast Tennessee. ...

American Queen steamboat not back in Chattanooga until next year

Instead of coming to the Scenic City, the boat will stop in Nashville. Anyone who was supposed to continue on to Chattanooga will be shuttled here, she also said. ...

Local malls, fire departments will host trick-or-treaters Friday night

All 19 fire stations in Chattanooga will open Halloween night to give trick-or-treaters the opportunity to look at fire engines, chat with firefighters and—of course—get some candy. ...

THP issues traffic safety reminders as Halloween approaches, announces roadblocks

So far this year, 68 pedestrians have died in Tennessee—two more people than this time last year—and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate children are four times more likely to be counted in that grim statistic on Halloween than any other day. ...
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