Even after voting this week to give Hamilton County more control over Erlanger Health System’s board of trustees, county leaders aren’t ready to boost local financial support for the public hospital.
Chattanooga is a great place to be an auditor. The Scenic City has fast Internet, cheap office space and more than enough work to go around.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke has moved to get ahead of an ongoing investigation by city auditor Stan Sewell into billing mistakes at city-owned EPB, pushing the utility to publicly release the information sought by the city's internal watchdog.
Hamilton County Schools can proceed with their lawsuit against Chattanooga without involvement of the state or county government.
On a February day more than two years ago, Pam Skipper picked up the phone and called the police.
Hamilton County Commissioner Jim Fields is mum on whether he is seeking to replace Clerk and Master Lee Akers. But the state's attorney general has helped to shed some light on the subject.
Hamilton County Circuit Court Judge W. Neil Thomas has been off the bench for six weeks and will remain on leave for up to two more months as he is treated for alcohol abuse.
Hamilton County's chancellors are seeking a replacement for Clerk and Master Lee Akers. But when asked for the list of applicants, the judges first denied the request on nonlegal grounds, and then ordered the records sealed.
Residents seeking to pay property taxes or fees to Criminal Court with plastic will soon see a boost in convenience and savings.
Randy Fairbanks faces no Democratic opposition for the District 1 Hamilton County Commission seat, but that doesn't mean he's going to walk into office.
Nearly 20-year-old computer systems have left Hamilton County's ambulance service's bill collection on life support — and they are a time drain for paramedics to boot.
It's not just black and white anymore.
More than two dozen Hamilton County high school students were sworn in Wednesday to serve on the county's first youth court.
There was never any doubt.
The City Council pulled back Tuesday night from initial claims that they planned to take swift action as warranted to extend a contract with Global Green Lighting to continue a $24 million street light program.