After Mayor Andy Berke reportedly voted by accident for Boone, N.C. – Chattanooga’s competitor – in Outside Magazine’s online “Best Towns” contest, the Chattanooga City Council will decide if he will face impeachment for the mistake. “I could have sworn I clicked on ‘Chattanooga,'” said Berke. “I wasn’t wearing my glasses, and my finger must
Tennessee has a new state logo, created by a ten-year-old boy named Sparky, who was paid $46,000 for the commissioned work which will be used on future signs and letterheads. The new logo has earned unanimous praise from Tennessee residents and lawmakers, who have deemed it to be well worth the $46,000 in taxpayer dollars.
One day after Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed a bill requiring a 48-hour waiting period before a woman can obtain an abortion, state lawmakers passed a piece of legislation that requires women to wait 48 hours before having sex with U.S. Representative Scott DesJarlais. “We just want to make sure women have really thought this
It was uncovered today by contest investigators that Lee College graduate and American Idol finalist Clark Beckham is none other than Times Free Press Internet video reporter Harrison Keely. The revelation came to light after the assumed Beckham was caught unmasked singing show tunes in the bathroom by fellow American Idol contestants. “What you need to know
The Grammy-award-nominated singer Marilyn Manson made a surprise visit to Chattanooga’s Creative Discovery Museum today, as part of his lifetime commitment to give back to the community and help children. Manson led several workshops for youngsters, including ones for making sock puppets and origami animals, and he was also seen making s’mores and snickerdoodles. Manson