Thousands of bullets pumped into the banks of a 33-acre parcel of land on Moccasin Bend are complicating the property's long-planned transfer from Chattanooga and Hamilton County to the national park system.
Hamilton County magistrates' pay and benefits once again came under the County Commission's microscope this week as commissioners questioned what benefits are appropriate for the position.
Hamilton County is the latest local government agency to pull Chattanooga-made Passats into its car fleet.
Hoping to create a county workforce that is "more efficient and healthy," the Hamilton County mayor is proposing tighter guidelines surrounding the county employees' paid leave benefits.
Enough signatures on two formal letters could allow Hamilton County commissioners to present two controversial issues before state legislators.
Supporters of Chattanooga-made whiskey bottlenecked into the security line at the Hamilton County Courthouse on Thursday morning.
When Hamilton County residents first filed into their new county courthouse in November 1913, they "gazed with admiration at the tiled floors and marble walls," and "opened their mouths in astonishment" when they beheld the glass rotunda in the building's center.
Hamilton County commissioners will have whiskey brought before them next month. The issue of whiskey manufacturing, that is.
As the spectacle of autumn colors continues to unfold across Hamilton County, one tree is missing.
NASHVILLE — State Democrats asked a Marion County chancellor on Wednesday to unseal portions of Republican Congressman Scott DesJarlais' 2001 divorce records, arguing voters should know full details of revelations that have rocked the Jasper physician's campaign.
Hamilton County commissioners picked two men Wednesday to serve as magistrates for the next year, renewing one current magistrate's post and discontinuing another's.
During biannual magistrate interviews last week, one Hamilton County commissioner asked whether the county could cut one of the four magistrate positions to save time and money.
Hamilton County Attorney Rheubin Taylor says one-on-one meetings between county commissioners and Board of Education members will not violate the state's open meetings act, known as the Sunshine Law.
Hamilton County school board members this week embraced a suggestion by County Commission Chairman Larry Henry for "informal" meetings between the two groups, meetings small enough that they won't be "hampered and hamstrung" by the state Sunshine Law, he said.
Design work will start immediately on a new East Brainerd Elementary School.