Paul Smith spent six years as principal at the Howard School winning over the hearts of inner-city youth.
Nine months after winning election, Chattanooga Councilman Chris Anderson may have to campaign again -- this time to keep his seat.
A lifelong Chattanoogan and political veteran will serve as the county’s next election administrator.
At 2 p.m. on Friday, a dozen or so people trickled into the Hamilton County Election Commission to wait for a blank petition to be hand-delivered.
The City Council OK'd officials to go after $800,000 in federal grants for job training and multiple brownfields cleanup projects, including one in Alton Park.
Officials with the Chattanooga Housing Authority said they again are accepting offers for the 37-acre Harriet Tubman site.
A 6-3 City Council vote Tuesday evening means that two Chattanooga police officers fired for beating a federal inmate won't return to the force.
Mayor Andy Berke may have to ask the City Council to revise a city ordinance in order to hire the best candidate for police chief.
After months of debate over where to cut the pensions of Chattanooga police and firefighters, union leaders and officials arrived at Wednesday morning's negotiations prepared for the worst.
The proposed changes to Chattanooga's police and fire pension plan that Mayor Andy Berke blessed Thursday would hike employee contributions by as much as 37 percent and cut cost-of-living raises to save the city as much as $200 million over 26 years.
Despite public opposition, the Chattanooga Housing Authority is expected to close on the sale of the city's second largest public housing site to Lakewood Realty Group on Jan. 15.
The City Council grilled the Chattanooga Homeless Coalition leader Tuesday for not planning ahead of time how to keep the city's only overnight cold shelter open and then at the last minute put the burden on city officials.
Without taking a vote, the City Council sent to a referendum vote in August the controversial ordinance that offers benefits to city employee's gay or straight partners.
It may get easier for Chattanooga's city employees to decide whether to run for one of the 31 partisan races up for grabs in Hamilton County this year if Councilman Chris Anderson's ordinance passes.
Bobby Dodd never forgot where he came from.