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Violent Crime:137
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:2
Forcible Rape:15
Aggravated Assault:96
Property Crime:1,154
Larceny Theft:868
Motor Vehicle Theft:28
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Total population of residents29,330
White resident population recorded24,619
Black or African American resident population recorded2,381
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded108
Asian resident population recorded732
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded9
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded1,348
Resident population of some other race recorded592
Resident population of two or more races recorded889
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Obituary for Charles Nelson II
Charles Henry Nelson II, 84, of Chattanooga, died Monday, April 14, 2014, at St. Barnabas Nursing Home. He was a lifelong resident of Hamilton County, a member of Bethel AME Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Julia Gibson Nelson; his parents, Charles D. Nelson and Hannah Scruggs and a host of other relatives. Survivors include his sons, Gerald Nelson Sr., of Charleston, S.C., Carl (Candace) Nelson, of Chattanooga, Jeffery (LaQuanna) Nelson, of Marietta, Ga.; daughters, Daphne Nelson Stargin, of Franklin, Tenn.; Yolanda Yvette Woods, of Oak Ridge, Tenn.; a host of grandchildren, adopted grandchildren, great-grandchildren, step-grandchildren, cousins, other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family would like memorial contributions to be made to the Bethel AME Church, 2000 Walker St., Chattanooga, TN 37404, 423- 622-1261. Graveside services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, April 18, 2014, at National Cemetery with the Rev. A.J. Holman Sr. officiating. The body will lie in state after noon today at John P. Franklin Funeral Home, 1101 Dodds Avenue, 622-9995.
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

Obituary for James Carroll
James D. Carroll, 89, died at his home Monday, March 31, 2014. Mr. Carroll, a longtime resident of Chattanooga, was a retired TVA engineer and a U.S. Navy veteran. He was born Oct. 25, 1924, in Michie, Tenn., in McNary County, the eldest son of the late Dewy and Mary Wood Carrolls 11 children. He was preceded in death by his son, Patrick H. Carroll who died in 1979 at age 23. He was also preceded in death by his four brothers, Frank, Hoyt, Elwood and Joe Carroll. Survivors include his daughter, Beverly A. Carroll; granddaughter, Rachael C. Summers, both of Chattanooga; sisters, Joyce Cochran of Memphis, Wanda Tucker and Martha Dupree of Michie, Barbara Rains of Portage, Ind., Linda Carpenter of Corinth, Miss., Mary Bassett, of Georgia, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and in-laws. Mr. Carroll served eight years in U.S. Navy, followed by nearly 40 year working at TVA, starting at Muscle Shoals, Ala., then to New Johnsonville, Tenn., steam plant; Paradise in Kentucky; Bull Run Steam plant in Oak Ridge and the Missionary Ridge building in downtown Chattanooga. A graveside service will be held at 10 am, Friday, April 4, 2014, at Chattanooga National Cemetery with military honors. The family will receive friends for visitation from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, 2014, at the funeral home. Condolences and memories may be shared by visiting Arrangements are by Hamilton Funeral Home & Cremation Services; 4506 Hixson Pike, Hixson, TN 37343.
Happening April 02 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Margaret Parmley
Margaret Graham Parmley, 84, passed away March 6, 2014. Preceding her in death include her husband, Carl Parmley; parents, George W. and Minnie Graham; two brothers, Ralph and Carl James Graham; and her sister Ruth G. Combs. Survivors include her daughter, Rebecca Jane (Chris) Varnell and step- daughter, Linda (Al) Underwood; granddaughters, Amelia (Matt) Pruett, Christina Varnell and three great-grandchildren, Andy, Kyle and Abigail. After graduating from Red Bank High School, Mrs. Parmley entered Baroness Erlanger School of Nursing in 1947 and graduated and received her registered nurse certification in 1950. Devoting many, many years to care-giving, some of her nursing assignments include the Y-12 plant in Oak Ridge, Erlanger Medical Center where she served as head nurse in the Emergency Room, and the nurse for the Hamilton County Jail under the direction of HQ Evatt. While nursing was Mrs. Parmley's primary profession; she was also owner and operator of Parmley's Children's Shop, a licensed realtor with Huffaker Realty, coordinator for the Morgan-Scott donation center, and a 50-year volunteer at Bethel Bible Village where she also served on their board. Mrs. Parmley was an active member for many years at both Ashland Terrace Christian Church and Red Bank United Methodist where her parents were charter members. She thoroughly enjoyed spending time with the Shaw-Murray Sunday school class and the Young at Heart group. Travel was also a favorite pastime having visited most of the United States including Hawaii and Alaska, 26 different countries, and sailing on 29 cruises. Visitation will be at Lane Funeral Home, 601 Ashland Terrace 4-7 p.m. today and 10-11 a.m. Saturday. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Lane Funeral Home, 601 Ashland Terrace with Reverends Jeff Lambert and Brad McDowell officiating. Interment will follow Chattanooga Memorial Park following the service. The family respectively asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in Mrs. Parmley's name to her beloved charity, Bethel Bible Village. Arrangements by Lane Funeral Home, Ashland Terrace, 877-3524. Visit to share condolences.
Happening March 07 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Hazel Caldwell Haze
l Caldwell, 80, formerly of Hobson City, Ala., passed away Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, at her residence. She was a longtime resident and member of Oak Ridge Baptist Church in Hobson City, Ala., and presently a member of the Greater Community Church of Chattanooga. She retired from the Fort McClellan Army Depot as a culinary chef. She was preceded in death by her parents, Oscar and Gussie Elston; sisters, Josie Lee and Esther B. Vaughn; brother, John R. Elston. Survivors include daughters, Shirley Elston, of Chattanooga and Patricia Bradford, of Anniston, Ala.; fivegrandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; sister, Bonnie Clark of Anniston, Ala.; brothers, Charles (Martha) Elston of Anniston, Ala. and William (Ann) Elston of Nashville; a host of nieces; nephews; cousins; other relatives and friends. Visitation is today from 6-7 p.m. at Taylor Funeral Home. Visitation will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Oak Ridge Baptist Church with the funeral to follow at noon with Pastor Kelvin Elston as the eulogist. Burial: Sunlight Cemetery in Eastaboga, Ala.
Happening February 27 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Jane Walker
Jane Walker, 80, of Chattanooga, left this world on Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, following a mercifully-brief illness. She passed peacefully, taking her last breath in the middle of her daughters recitation of The Lords Prayer. A native of Etowah, Tenn., Jane graduated from the Etowah High School in 1951, and earning her degree from Tennessee Wesleyan College in June, 1953. She and Clarence E. Walker married Feb. 11, 1953, shortly before Clarence was deployed to Berlin, Germany for two years with the United States Army. Following his return, and in a reversal of roles for the 1950s and 60s, Jane worked to support the family while her husband took advantage of the G.I. Bill to complete his college education, attending the University of Tennessee College of Law. During this time, she was employed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. After her kids were grown, she became secretary of her husbands law practice. She would slyly admit, and he would agree, that she made him everything he became. Upon completion of law school, the Walker couple made Chattanooga their home, where they would raise their four children. Jane devoted this portion of her life to taking care of her family. She became their most devoted cheerleader. She never missed a swim meet, a ball game, choral or drama performance, or teacher meeting. God certainly shed His grace on Jane with a life filled with laughs, adventure, tears, and down-right fun. The laughs, adventure, and fun were provided by her family, who showered her adult years with more enjoyment than she ever could have imagined. Like any parent, the tears, of both joy and sadness, came from the same source. If asked just before her passing, shed agree to experience it all again. She was fiercely independent. She loved to travel. After the passing of her husband, she traveled all over the United States with her children, grandchildren and friends. Throughout her life she enjoyed games. She frequently played such games as Rook, Hearts and Backgammon with her family and friends. Jane was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence E. Walker; her beloved son, William W. Walker; and her parents Noah Horace and Elizabeth Duggan Burnett. She leaves behind, with great stories and memories; daughters, Linda Walker of Chattanooga, Carol (Greg) Carter of Harrison, and Joy Nease of Chattanooga; grandson, Steven Nease, of Parrottsville, Tenn.; sisters, Elizabeth Mayfield, of Middle Valley, Sue Derrick (Joe), of Etowah; brothers, Dean Burnette (Barbara), of East Ridge, and Dan Burnette (Margaret), of Chattanooga; daughter-in-law, Lynn Petras; special grandchildren, Larissa Gould, Brynnen Carter, Dylan Carter, Kelsey Carter, all of Chattanooga; and many nieces, nephews and close friends. She was lifelong member of Oakwood Baptist Church in Chattanooga. The family will receive friends today, Feb. 10, 2014 from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. at the Chattanooga Funeral Home East. Services will be held Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2014, at 1 p.m. at the Oakwood Baptist Church on Bonny Oaks Drive in Chattanooga with the Rev. Ken Clark officiating. Interment will follow at Chattanooga National Cemetery. Please share your thoughts and memories at Arrangements are by Chattanooga Funeral Home East on South Moore Road.
Happening February 10 2014 - Source:

Obituary for Julian Bell, Jr.
Julian Baker Bell, Jr. passed away peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014, at his home on Signal Mountain. He was comfortable and surrounded by his family and loving caregivers. Julian was a devoted husband and father, a caring and giving grandfather, a generous employer, and a well-known and successful local businessman. He will be missed by many. Julian was born on Sept. 29, 1940 in Newport News, Va. His mother, Bessie Salmons Bell, was a teacher at Creeds Elementary School which was located next door to Julians childhood home in Princess Anne County, Virginia. His father, Julian Baker Bell, was an electrical engineer at the Norfolk-Newport News, Virginia shipyard. Julians father died in 1943 when Julian was three years of age. He was raised by his mother with ample help from her brother and sister-in-law, Lee and Sue Salmons, who lived nearby. Julians childhood was spent surrounded by family, as the Salmons clan (grandmother, aunts, uncles, and many cousins) all farmed for a living and had their farms and homes within a few miles of one another. Julian attended Creeds Elementary School (where his mother became principal), Princess Anne High School, and Oak Ridge Military Academy. As a young man, he developed a life-long love of reading, learning and being a student. After graduating from Oak Ridge Military Academy, Julian attended and graduated from Virginia Tech, then known as Virginia Polytechnic Institute (VPI). He was a member of Sigma Lambda fraternity and maintained many of his fraternity friendships until his death. While at Virginia Tech, Julian went on a blind date and met the love of his life, Carola Jean Gillum. They married soon thereafter and remained married until his death. After his graduation from VPI as a civil engineer, Julian worked at Ford Pile Foundations in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and later worked at the DuPont Company. In 1966, Julian was transferred by DuPont to Chattanooga, where he and Carola would raise their family. Julian left DuPont in the early 1970s and was the Assistant City Engineer for the City of Chattanooga, and later the Director of the Department of Public Works. In 1975 he started his own consulting firm, Bell Engineering Company. Julian would later transform his company into Bell Development Company, Hamilton Countys largest residential land developer and home builder from the 1980s until his death. Julian was immensely proud of the work his company did in developing residential neighborhoods and building homes for thousands of Chattanooga and Hamilton County families. Julian was twice the President of the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga, and was active as an officer and board member for decades. He was also twice named Developer of the Year. He believed in helping others become successful in home building, and mentored many local builders. Julian was generous and compassionate to his employees and their families, as well as to fellow builders that found themselves in need from time to time. He was active in several local civic and philanthropic organizations, and gave generously to many causes, among them Bible in the Schools, the Boy Scouts and several local schools. Julian had a lifelong love for Virginia Tech and never failed to share his love of Tech with his children and grandchildren. Starting in their earliest years, his children and grandchildren were regaled with stories of Julians days at Virginia Tech, taken on trips to Blacksburg, and spent hours with him watching Tech football and basketball games. In 2011, Julian was honored by Virginia Tech by being inducted into the Academy of Distinguished Alumni for his philanthropy to the School of Engineerings Land Development Design Initiative and his work with students and professors. Julian was a self-made man in the most traditional sense. He grew up having a father for only his first three years of life, yet he became a devoted, giving and loving father and grandfather. His gift of his time to his sons and grandchildren taught them all the value of giving of yourself to those that you love. Julians mother never remarried, yet despite not seeing the daily interactions of husband and wife, he was a devoted, loving and remarkable husband, married to Carola for over 51 years. Julian would be the first to tell people that he was never a stellar student in school, yet he became a successful and exemplary civil engineer, entrepreneur and business owner in a difficult, volatile and challenging industry. Julians legacy is the wonderful example he set for his children and grandchildren. Regardless of what was going on in his life, his priority was spending his time with his sons, grandsons and granddaughters. He taught them, in words and deeds, to have faith in a loving and all-powerful God, to be loving and respectful to one another and to their friends, to give back to their community, to never stop learning, to always be fair and honest in everything they do, and to always do their best. Julians last months were spent at his home with his family and in the overwhelmingly compassionate and loving care of four wonderful caregivers, Kathy Hawkins, Sarah Hamel, April Powell and Maria Felix, with whom he shared a special bond in the most delicate and tender days of his life. Julian is survived by his wife of 51 years, Carola Gillum Bell; three sons, Julian, Jon (Randi Smith), and Jay (Tere Canto); and seven grandchildren, Baker and Riley Bell of Signal Mountain, Carlos and Veronica Bell, of Hixson, and Jerica, Caleb and Sara Bell, of East Brainerd. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, memorial gifts be considered for Bible in the Schools, P.O. Box 4228, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405. A celebration of Julians life will be held at Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, 612 James Boulevard, Signal Mountain, Tennessee 37377 at a date and time to be announced. Arrangements are by the North Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, 5401 Hwy. 153, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37343. Please share your thoughts and memories at
Happening January 05 2014 - Source:

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Octogenarian nun awaits sentence for protest break-in at US nuclear plant
Pat McSweeney was charged with sabotage for breaking into Y-12 facility at Oak Ridge, Tennessee On Monday morning, three days short of her 84th birthday, Sister Megan Rice ate a hearty breakfast of pancakes and oatmeal at the ungodly hour of 4.30am in Knox county jail, Knoxville, Tennessee. Rice, a white-haired Catholic nun and anti-nuclear activist, was in fine spirits, giving a broad smile and ...
April 15 2014 - Source:

Gov. Haslam tours K-25 redevelopment site
Gov. Bill Haslam visited Oak Ridge Friday as cleanup continues as part of a major reindustrialization project.
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Loudon County officials looking for missing woman
Deputies say Barbara "Jan" Follansbee, 58, was last seen leaving her mother's residence on Dasher Lane in Oak Ridge on January 22. She said she was going to Walmart but did not return.
January 23 2014 - Source:

Oak Ridge police officers learn crisis intervention training
Local police officers continue to add new tools to their crime fighting efforts, and the latest comes in the form of Crisis Intervention Training.
November 12 2013 - Source:

Police officers learn crisis intervention training in Oak Ridge
Local police officers continue to add new tools to their crime fighting efforts, and the latest comes in the form of Crisis Intervention Training.
November 12 2013 - Source:

Y-12 begins shutting down due to government shutdown
According to a memo sent to employees Monday, the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge is beginning an "orderly shutdown" due to the U.S. government shutdown.
October 07 2013 - Source:

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