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40 min ago | Chattanoogan.com
It's been a roller-coaster season so far for the GPS volleyball team and they haven't even gotten through the first month of competition.
5 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
General Motors will invest $185 million to make small gas engines at its Spring Hill manufacturing complex, officials said Wednesday.
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Bailey Martin serves one of her many aces against Franklin County Monday. Martin's serving sparked a huge rally early in Monday's match that set the tone in a straight-set victory for the Lady Pioneers at home.
12 hrs ago | Tomahawk Online
In their debut home game against the visiting Tennessee High Vikings, Johnson County's varsity football team started off strong and held their own all the way down to the half.
16 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
It didn't matter that the Chattanooga Christian volleyball team was on the road Tuesday night.
Soddy-Daisy's Lady Trojans shook off an inconsistent performance in last weekend's Early Bird tournament in Oak Ridge and throttled Cleveland, 3-0, in a District 5-AAA volleyball match Tuesday at Soddy-Daisy High School.
Farragut High School's girls' soccer team started the season with a victory Monday night, but didn't leave its coach overly impressed.
I may be a little insensitive, but here goes. If you get shot in Chattanooga and your first words to the police are "I will not cooperate with the investigation" or "I will not prosecute", then let the chips fall where they may.
While the more than 5,000 fans gathered at Bear Stadium Friday had plenty of gridiron action to cheer about, the night's loudest standing ovation came when radio legend Corky Whitlock and his wife Annette were driven around the field in a convertible Corvette.
A 22-year-old man is in critical condition after a shooting on Saturday night on Rogers Road.
The Baylor girls soccer team lost two matches this past weekend losing to Briarcrest 4-2 on Friday.
If you wanted to see a lot of offense in a high school football game, then you should have been at Soddy Daisy's Robert Talaska Field Friday night.
Despite having to replace seven seniors from last season, the early signs point to another successful run in District 6-AAA for the Cookeville volleyball team.
"He's a really good kid but quiet. On the sidelines he's all smiles and friendly, but I've never seen a kid be able to turn that switch on and off like he does," Malone said.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:42 pm
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