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Dade Sheriff: Did you drop these bags of meth last night?

TRENTON, Georgia (WDEF) – The Dade County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the person who dropped some bags last night in Trenton to come reclaim it. The baggies have about two pounds of meth and fentaynl in it. Deputies says the “gentleman” who dropped it out the window...
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Jeep driver ejected in Brainerd Road crash

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – A driver is recovering after being ejected from his jeep this evening in a crash. It happened just before 9 PM near the intersection of Brainerd and Shallowford roads. Police say the Jeep was heading towards Chattanooga on Brainerd Road when it rear-ended another vehicle. The...
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Hipster Pastor Accused of Cheating Might Lose His Megachurch

The hipster pastor who admitted to having an “inappropriate relationship” with a church employee earlier this year has hit a roadblock on his journey to redemption: the foreclosure of his Tennessee megachurch, which has been shedding members and staff ever since news of his infidelity broke.The building housing Venue Church in Chattanooga—once one of the fastest-growing churches in the nation—is now set to be auctioned off outside the county courthouse after defaulting on its nearly $2.8 million mortgage.The news has left some former congregants wondering where all of their donations went.“Now with everything that’s come to light, you do wonder...
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Chattanooga man ejected from Jeep in crash Tuesday

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A man was ejected from his Jeep during a crash in Chattanooga Tuesday. The crash happened on 4900 Brainerd Road. Police say the Jeep was traveling westbound on Brainerd Road when it rear-ended another vehicle, causing the driver to be ejected. Police say he was suffering...
CHATTANOOGA, TN

Chattanooga approves $79.5M baseball stadium despite economic questions over its financing

(The Center Square) — Chattanooga will be getting a new baseball stadium and city officials have called the project a "home run for the community" despite economists’ questions on the numbers touted by stadium supporters. The Chattanooga City Council approved the deal at its Tuesday night meeting, creating a stadium authority and allowing that authority to bond up to $80 million at a rate up to 6% for 30 years for the projected $79.5 million project. ...
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