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.

Eight months ago, Chattanooga City Council members rejected an out-of-town developer’s plan to build a 260-apartment complex in East Brainerd after neighbors complained it would add to Gunbarrel Road’s congestion.

Chattanooga is expanding its Sister Cities circle to the Italian coast.

This could be one of their stops, these men trying on a new man.

A Hamilton County Schools lawsuit demanding nearly $12 million from the city of Chattanooga in unpaid liquor taxes won't be filed just yet, as the two sides have agreed to meet over the dispute.

Chattanooga's Enterprise Center is shifting its mission again as it zigs to the gig.

A citywide initiative to build more sidewalks and bicycle lanes that is part of Mayor Andy Berke's plan to expand access to public transportation squeaked by the City Council on Tuesday night.

Ten months after taking office, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke signed a new agreement with the public services workers union that proponents say will offer employees a bigger voice in city affairs, though one city councilman expressed worries.

After a fire forced the evacuation of nearly 250 elderly and disabled renters from Patten Towers last May, the Chattanooga Housing Authority promised to have fire drills in all the high-rise buildings that it manages.

When Mayor Andy Berke took office last spring, his administration stopped making payments on a legally required tax to the county school system that the previous administration had started to pay.

The vendettas that spur much of the city's gun violence will be an important factor in helping the police and communities prevent more bloodshed.

The dispute between Hamilton County Schools and the city of Chattanooga over unpaid liquor taxes will now move to the court system.

Brace for a big jump in the use of words like "committee," "task force" and "action plan."

Backers of an effort to oust Chattanooga City Councilman Chris Anderson have 19 days to collect 1,454 more signatures on a petition to force a recall of the first-term councilman.

Chattanooga Council Chairman Yusuf Hakeem wants to sack the city’s transportation director because the councilman believes he was called a “crook.”

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