SOUTH PITTSBURG, Tenn. -- As this city continues to recover from catastrophic flash flooding on July 10, the threat of a similar event looms with every heavy rainfall.
Candidates for the 2014 elections can't qualify until November, but that's not stopping anyone from looking for campaign money.
Chattanooga Housing Authority board members may not be aware of the hardship that comes when people have no housing, Cynthia Stanley Cash said.
District Attorney Bill Cox has tried more than 10 death penalty cases in Hamilton County.
DAYTON, Tenn. — Two local attorneys have said they plan to run for Rhea's County General Sessions Court judgeship in the 2014 election.
In about 30 minutes Tuesday, the City Council wrapped up a week's worth of Chattanooga business.
JASPER, Tenn. — The Jasper Board of Mayor and Aldermen has voted itself a 2 percent pay raise, matching the one given to all other city employees this fiscal year.
A heated discussion over whether the city's sprinkler ordinance would hurt business or jeopardize public safety came to an end Tuesday night when city officials voted to approve changes.
A mandatory sprinkler ordinance approved by the last City Council could force Chattanooga businesses to abandon downtown in droves rather than pay tens of thousands of dollars to comply, a group of bar owners claims.
Dietz Road, one of Catoosa County's busier roads, is getting a full makeover.
Hamilton County Commissioner Fred Skillern says the commission is going to get leaner and meaner under his leadership.
A Chattanooga man and his son were ordered to sit down during a City Council meeting after they referred to gay rights as sodomy and called a councilman's plans for same-sex benefits "evil and wicked."
The current leaders of the Hamilton County Commission and the county school board will face off in May for the open Circuit Court Clerk seat.
Mike Evatt, chairman of the Hamilton County Board of Education, will run for the county's Circuit Court Clerk position.
An ordinance that would give city police authority to better regulate and potentially shut down an unruly event hall operating without a permit is one step closer to being on the books.