The home to the Ironman competition, the U.S.A. Cycling championships, and the largest downtown climbing complex in the country has also just been named one of the least healthy cities in America.
The Chattanooga City Council's November vote to grant health benefits to employees' domestic partners was "deaf to and inconsiderate of Chattanooga voters" and should be overturned at the ballot box, its chief opponent said Thursday.
On Thursday, the Chattanooga Housing Authority moved a 37-acre vacant housing site off its books and the city picked up what officials hope will become an economic development catalyst in East Chattanooga.
Four out of 25 men connected to violence now have jobs just one month after Chattanooga city leaders, police and community members said the violence has to end.
Chattanooga officials went on the offense Tuesday in an ongoing feud between the city and Hamilton County Schools.
After filing a lawsuit on Friday, Hamilton County School officials have countered a city offer to make reparations for years of unpaid liquor taxes.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke and U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann held the red ribbon tight so Don Lepard could make a clean cut with an unwieldy pair of extra-large scissors.
The petition to recall Chattanooga City Councilman Chris Anderson so far has 444 signatures, of which 249 were approved and 195 were rejected, Hamilton County Administrator of Elections Kerry Steelman said Wednesday.
A month after Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke's milestone fire and police pension reform was approved, a group of retired officers and firefighters has challenged the legality of the changes.
The hotly debated ordinance that would enable pedicab owners to allow drinking on their pedal-powered machines passed its first reading.
In two weeks the city of Chattanooga will own the dilapidated former Harriet Tubman public housing site, but Mayor Andy Berke said it could take several years to see an industrial user on the East Chattanooga property.
An inch of snow this winter that paralyzed streets and highways, stranded some children at school and sent vehicles skidding off roads cost Chattanooga and Hamilton County taxpayers nearly $370,000 to clear.
NASHVILLE — Senators are slated to act this week on a bill that provides statutory guidance for courts using Tennessee’s public nuisance law to keep criminal gang members out of public areas like parks and neighborhoods.
Whether 15 people should have the freedom to strap a cooler of beer to the back of a pedal-powered pedicab and ride across downtown Chattanooga is in the hands of the City Council.