UnifiEd continues push for easier public comment at Hamilton County school board meetings

Published Feb. 18 2015

A group that wants to make it easier for the public to comment at Hamilton County school board meetings is...

Bradley County Commission quiet on schools director

Published Feb. 18 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- A planned vote by the Bradley County Commission on whether to issue a statement publicly supporting Johnny...

Commission to vote on formal support of director of Bradley County Schools

Published Feb. 16 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- The Bradley County Commission is expected to vote today whether to make a public statement of support...

Chris Anderson asks city to oppose bill that would prohibit municipalities from recognizing unions

Published Feb. 12 2015

Chattanooga City Councilman Chris Anderson is proposing a resolution in opposition to a proposed state law that would prohibit municipalities...

Rezoning request for new Middle Valley grocery store delayed

Published Feb. 11 2015

Hamilton County Commissioners delayed a discussion about a controversial rezoning request at Thrasher Pike and Middle Valley Road today.

Housing PILOT passes Chattanooga City Council in split vote

Published Feb. 11 2015

After heated debate, a few backhanded comments and a healthy dose of good old-fashioned rhetoric, the City Council agreed by...

Contract buyout of director of Bradley County Schools expected

Published Feb. 10 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- The Bradley County Board of Education will meet Feb. 24 to consider a buyout agreement that would...

Judge Rebecca Stern announces retirement

Published Feb. 10 2015

Criminal Court Judge Rebecca Stern made her retirement plans official Monday.

Shining light on business tax breaks

Published Feb. 8 2015

Public policy watchdogs and good government groups that keep tabs on tax breaks for businesses may get a break of...

Chattanooga City Council restocks hobbled housing board, puts moratorium on payday lenders until next week

Published Feb. 4 2015

Chattanooga's housing bond board shouldn't have any more problems gathering a quorum.

Five new members nominated to Chattanooga housing board

Published Feb. 3 2015

The Chattanooga City Council has nominated five new members to its Health, Education and Housing Facilities Board.

Bradley commission to consider lodging tax increase

Published Feb. 2 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- The Bradley County Commission will consider today whether to increase the county lodging tax to help pay...

Five seats now open on Chattanooga housing board

Published Jan. 27 2015

The Chattanooga City Council will now have five appointments to make on the city's Health, Education and Housing Facilities Board....

Chattanooga Area Labor Council to discuss insurance today

Published Jan. 25 2015

On Monday, the Chattanooga Area Labor Council, AFL-CIO, is holding a special meeting to inform its members and the general...

Chattanooga department ranks well on study of police budget efficiency (interactive)

Published Jan. 24 2015

A national study that looks at how efficiently police forces in the nation's 110 largest cities spend their budgets ranks...

Mayor says Cleveland, TN strong, successful in 2014

Published Jan. 24 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- A team effort made by government, business and the community at large contributed to making 2014 "a...

Chattanooga city official claims to live in beauty supply store, resigns

Published Jan. 21 2015

A long-serving chairman of one of Chattanooga's bond boards stepped down Tuesday night amid questions about his residency and eligibility...

Bradley County adopts building codes

Published Jan. 21 2015

CLEVELAND, Tenn. -- Bradley County's new building codes faced a challenge to stay on the books within minutes of their...

Political Notebook: Signal Mountain's Hazlewood takes oath

Published Jan. 18 2015

Freshman Republican Rep. Patsy Hazlewood of Signal Mountain was officially sworn in as a member of Tennessee's 109th General Assembly...

Chattanooga's Family Justice Center to get a home

Published Jan. 14 2015

Chattanooga's long-awaited Family Justice Center will soon officially have a home.

Chattanooga seeks to limit payday lending and title pawns

Published Jan. 13 2015

Chattanooga is taking a preemptive strike to stem a tide of payday lenders and similar businesses moving into the city....

Public hearing set for waterline project between South Pittsburg, Kimball

Published Jan. 13 2015

KIMBALL, Tenn. -- A proposed waterline project from South Pittsburg, Tenn., to Kimball could be a huge benefit, but for...

Uber here to stay after bill approved by Chattanooga City Council

Published Jan. 7 2015

The Chattanooga City Council has spoken, and Uber is here to stay.