Hamilton County Commission proceedings had to pause briefly Wednesday as commissioners waited to find out just how much the county was paying an attorney under contract.
Councilwoman Deborah Scott voiced two big “nos” during the City Council meeting Tuesday night, voting against an ordinance and a resolution that would have spent money for handicap-accessible playground equipment.
Hamilton County commissioners on Wednesday passed a resolution aimed at cracking down on commercial operations in agricultural and residential zones, specifically those that sell produce.
Chattanooga made national news Friday morning when National Public Radio highlighted Volkswagen as going against the grain of other auto companies operating right now.
Hamilton County Clerk Bill Knowles said that his office, and every other clerk’s office in Tennessee, will be closed Aug. 13 and 14 so his staff and others can install the state’s new car title and registration computer system.
The Hamilton County Election Commission sent local recycling advocate Frank DePinto back to the drawing board Monday to work on his recall petition for Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield.
Mayor Ron Littlefield and the City Council were inaugurated Monday, one week before the Hamilton County Election Commission certified the results.
With its new Republican majority, the Hamilton County Election Commission voted Tuesday to drop its existing handbook for employees and put employees under the county’s employee handbook.
Frank DePinto, a Chattanooga resident and recycling advocate, is trying to oust Mayor Ron Littlefield just weeks after the mayor was elected for a second term.
Chattanooga Police Chief Freeman Cooper reiterated Friday that crime is not out of control.
Three candidates who ran in the District 9 City Council race to replace Debbie Gaines have endorsed J.T. McDaniel, according to a news release.
At an event Friday when Volkswagen executives announced $5 million in grants for Tennessee education, Gov. Phil Bredesen brought jokes.
Hamilton County Commissioner John Allen Brooks wondered aloud Thursday just who would be footing the bill for liability insurance for the new mounted patrol in the sheriff’s office.
Not long after Chattanooga City Council candidate Dennis Clark was officially out of the race for the District 8 seat, he threw his support behind runoff candidate Andraé McGary.
A friend e-mailed me news of a Democratic National Committee campaign fund-raiser called “Democracy Bonds.” By buying these “bonds,” you allow the DNC to charge your credit card each month to fund its candidates. Or, as the party puts it, to “reform the political process.”