Change is in the wind for the Hamilton County Commission.

The first sign something was wrong with the petition to recall Chattanooga Councilman Chris Anderson was when officials noticed several pages of petition signatures in alphabetical order.

Wheeling around in his chair to face the wall in his office, Jim Hammond pointed at a framed piece of paper stamped with the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office logo.

With local primary elections safely behind them, Hamilton County officials will hold budget hearings next week.

Tuesday marked the end of an era for Hamilton County politics.

Two candidates for separate judicial posts in Hamilton County have likely won their general election seats after the Tuesday primary.

Hamilton County Commissioner Larry Henry was pleased to see election numbers roll in Tuesday, as he gathered with friends and campaign workers for an "election watch."

A U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding primarily Christian prayers at the start of town council meetings could have implications nationwide.

Hamilton County commissioners next week are expected to approve the sale of four acres of land near the Tennessee Riverwalk for a nuclear power support company to expand in Chattanooga.

Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond is optimistic about the future of his relationship with the Chattanooga Police Department.

Future Hamilton County employees won't get the cushy deal in place for current workers if the county follows a move by the state to modernize its retirement benefits.

The local primary election is about three weeks away, but registered voters who already have their picks can fill out their ballots starting today.

Chattanooga officials went on the offense Tuesday in an ongoing feud between the city and Hamilton County Schools.

After filing a lawsuit on Friday, Hamilton County School officials have countered a city offer to make reparations for years of unpaid liquor taxes.

Erlanger Health System will get to turn $10 million into $30 million after Hamilton County commissioners agreed Wednesday to help the hospital tap into a pool of federal money for treating uninsured patients.

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