The next major legal event in the ongoing effort to recall Chattanooga Mayor Ron Littlefield will be held Aug. 29.

Ron Harr, incoming president and CEO of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce, is Monday's speaker at the Pachyderm Club of Hamilton County.

Andraé McGary, Democratic contender for the District 10 seat in the Tennessee Senate will open campaign headquarters in Hamilton and Bradley counties on Monday.

Hamilton County Commissioners voted 7-2 against a resolution that would have approved the architect selection for a new East Brainerd Elementary School.

Enrollment in Hamilton County Schools continues to rise.

Dr. Mary Headrick, Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, and State Sen. Andy Berke-D-Chattanooga, will be speaking at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Greater Chattanooga Democratic Women’s Club.

The City of Chattanooga will be narrowing Market Street to one lane in each direction near the 1300 block from Tuesday morning through Wednesday afternoon.

U.S. District Judge Harry S. "Sandy" Mattice is expected to rule on a motion for preliminary injunction in the Hamilton County lawsuit prayer soon, and the Eastern District of Tennessee plans to make that order accessible to residents.

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Former General Sessions Div. 5 Candidate Yolanda Echols Mitchell will rehash the Aug. 2 election turnout with club members.

Recently-elected Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger will speak to Pachyderm Club members at their noon meeting.

City officials announced today that all fall drivers education courses are full, though one more course will be offered over winter break.

School resource officers and UTC campus police attended two-day training to help identify children who struggle with cognitive, mental health or serious emotional disturbances.

Andraé McGary says he will run a positive, united campaign for the District 10 Tennessee Senate seat.

The Tennessee STEM Innovation Network brings new schools to Hamilton, Sullivan and Putnam counties.

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