David Allen Martin and Natalie Roy

A Place Maker

When I first moved to Chattanooga as a college freshman in 1999, one of the things I loved about the city most was that it was in the process of reinventing itself. Not just talking about changing for the better but actually taking the necessary steps to become a stronger, more connected city. Continue reading A Place Maker

Anthony Williams

Twenty Years to Life

It took two botched police lineups, several erroneous witness statements and no physical evidence to lock up 14-year-old Anthony Williams for life in the shooting of a fellow teen he did not know. Twenty years later, a University of Tennessee at Chattanooga psychology professor helped unravel the case and set Williams free. Continue reading Twenty Years to Life