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Shooting basketballs and swimming used to be the standard for Chattanooga's recreation centers.

Chattanooga's bike share program faces an uncertain future if it can't earn enough to pay its bills.

Chattanooga Police Officer Bakari Welles used to have a membership to The Rush. But no more.

A Hamilton County commissioner said Wednesday he has no apologies for admonishing his Chattanooga counterparts that the county won't overspend on construction of a jointly owned indoor firing range.

Supporters of backyard chicken coops may have something to crow about if Chattanooga City Council members approve a new animal ordinance that allows chickens within city limits.

A six-month venture into a regional water and sewer authority came to an abrupt halt Tuesday when Chattanooga Mayor Andy eliminated it.

Supporters of backyard chicken coops may have have something to crow about if Chattanooga City Council members approve a new animal ordinance that allows chickens within city limits.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke announced today his administration would eliminate the Moccasin Bend Cleanwater Authority.

Chattanooga police Officer Lorin Johnston could receive a settlement of more than $32,000 if Chattanooga City Council members approve it today.

James McClellan III doesn't much care that city workers are about to start shoring up the side of Missionary Ridge above his home on Glenwood Parkway.

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