A neighborhood coalition wants federal prosecutors to investigate the Chattanooga Housing Authority for a bidding process that for two years has failed to sell the city's second-largest public housing site.
A list of six much-needed school construction projects, totaling $140 million, gained school board approval this week, but to hash out the priority order for the projects, board members asked for a joint work session between their facilities committee and the Hamilton County Commission's education committee.
Dade County, Ga., schools Superintendent Shawn Tobin's planned May 1 retirement got moved up about nine weeks.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Republican primary is filled with candidates seeking Bradley County Commission seats, especially in the five districts that have incumbents who are not seeking re-election this year. Four Democrats are also seeking seats on the County Commission.
The stage is set for Southeast Tennessee’s May 6 partisan primaries. Qualifying closed at noon Thursday.
As a group of District 7 residents collects signatures in a bid to recall Chris Anderson, the openly gay Chattanooga city councilman fought back Tuesday by filing a lawsuit to throw out the petition, claiming it is discriminatory and unconstitutional.
Before the Fire and Police Pension Board votes Thursday whether to approve pension reform, officials will have to answer the latest barrage of questions on whether it's legal to alter officers' and firefighters' retirement.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — The Bradley County Commission wants Common Core standards out of the classroom.
Chattanooga City Council Chairman Yusuf Hakeem released a strategic plan outlining the priorities of the council that identified reducing crime, repurposing vacant city property, promoting small business, finding additional revenue sources and supporting vocational education as key priorities.
Putting aside reservations about traffic, the City Council on Tuesday unanimously took the first step to approve a $100 million development expected to bring hundreds of jobs along with high-end apartments, restaurants and retail that could change the face of Hixson along Highway 153.
The City Council will decide tonight whether to give a local developer approval to build the largest commercial project in Chattanooga since Hamilton Place mall, adding $2 million annually to the city and county tax base.
Mike Evatt, chairman of the Hamilton County Board of Education, will not run for re-election, he announced Monday.
A letter dated Monday addressed to the Hamilton County Election Commission from Chris Anderson’s attorney denounces a recall effort directed at Anderson as unconstitutional and discriminatory.
When the May 20 primary election comes, Dade County, Ga., voters likely will weigh in on whether restaurants should be allowed to sell beer and wine.
It's not every day you get to stand up and publicly criticize your boss, but that's what Sgt. Chris Harvey of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office did Thursday.