A woman who is no stranger to real estate or community service will lead Chattanooga's Economic and Community Development department under Mayor Andy Berke.
A recent ruling in a federal civil lawsuit by a retired Chattanooga Fire Department captain could mean the city will have to start paying captains overtime.
The Chattanooga City Council unanimously denied a zoning change for a developer who is suing the city for making the same call in 2011.
The Chattanooga Animal Control Board has a lot of homework to do if the city is going to become fowl friendly.
Chicken advocates who flocked to the Chattanooga City Council on Tuesday night will have to wait two months before having an answer on if they can own fowl in city limits.
Two Chattanooga City Council members said Monday an ordinance to allow chickens within city limits needs to be vetted by the Animal Control Board before the council takes up the proposal.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke has named administrators for the city's Public Works Department and the City Court clerk's office, according to a news release.
Chattanooga City Council members approved the appointment of three new city administrators Tuesday night, but signaled their interest in the transportation department headed by Blythe Bailey.
The $10 million price tag of a proposal to build boat docks on the Tennessee River prompted Chattanooga's newest elected officials to back away from the plan for now.
A former high school principal and football coach, a painter and an architect will lead three departments in Mayor Andy Berke's administration.
The Moccasin Bend Clean Water Authority is in limbo.
The Chattanooga City Council unanimously approved a major City Hall reorganization, but not without a warning to Mayor Andy Berke.
A week into office, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke announced what he called a "bold" plan to streamline government by eliminating four city departments and creating three new ones.
Chattanooga City Council Chairman Yusuf Hakeem said Wednesday he wants to move ahead with committee appointments for the City Council, but how those committees will be defined is up in the air.
Chattanooga's new City Council got down to business quickly Tuesday night by electing a chairman and vice chairman in less than 10 minutes and with no discussion.