Drivers in Hamilton County soon can be ticketed for speeding without ever being pulled over.

Three years ago, Marcia Griffin went door to door in the inner city, meeting with dozens of parents to pitch her idea for a new charter school in Chattanooga. She quibbled with the Hamilton County Board of Education for approval and finally opened her elementary school in the Eastgate Town Center, between a call center and a nightclub.

Mike Evatt, chairman of the Hamilton County Board of Education, will not run for re-election, he announced Monday.

Thanks to last week's weather, the Hamilton County Commission pulled double duty Wednesday.

Hamilton County has put the brakes on a health department customer service policy that was highlighted in a $180,000 lawsuit the county settled last month.

Former Chattanooga police Chief Bobby Dodd announced Saturday that he has decided not to run for Hamilton County sheriff.

A lifelong Chattanoogan and political veteran will serve as the county’s next election administrator.

Hamilton County has spent $270,000 in the past three months settling two lawsuits levied by former employees who claim to have been fired for having disabilities.

Two of three examiners at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office recommended hiring a deputy who was fired and arrested last week on accusations he forced a woman into a sex act after a traffic stop.

For its first full meeting of 2014, the Hamilton County Commission approved a measure to bring internet visitations to the county jail, OK'd the minimum bids for 112 county properties up for auction and grabbed the last few pieces of land for the next section of the Tennessee Riverwalk.

Robert Livingston thanks God because he can stay sober. But a piece of technology coupled with stiff court penalties is what got him on the path.

Hamilton County is gearing up for its next delinquent property sale, and officials are hoping — but not expecting — to have another good sale year.

The Hamilton County Commission met Wednesday after a six-week holiday break with plenty of county business to mind.

Hamilton County Finance Administrator Louis Wright is bowing out after a 38-year career.

Family and friends of Hamilton County Jail inmates often line up daily with hundreds of others for the chance to visit their loved ones, according to Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Allen Branum.

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