The campaign for Bradley County sheriff has gone negative before it’s even official.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Mayor Tom Rowland urged his audience to "stay tuned in 2014" during his annual "State of the City" address to the Cleveland Kiwanis Club on Thursday.
The District 8 Hamilton County Commission race this week showed signs that it will be a battleground come the May primary.
A 6-3 City Council vote Tuesday evening means that two Chattanooga police officers fired for beating a federal inmate won't return to the force.
F. Scott Fitzgerald said there are no second acts in American lives.
Mayor Andy Berke may have to ask the City Council to revise a city ordinance in order to hire the best candidate for police chief.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — David Bishop was sworn in Monday afternoon as Cleveland's new chief of police, replacing the retired Wes Snyder.
The City Council grilled the Chattanooga Homeless Coalition leader Tuesday for not planning ahead of time how to keep the city's only overnight cold shelter open and then at the last minute put the burden on city officials.
Without taking a vote, the City Council sent to a referendum vote in August the controversial ordinance that offers benefits to city employee's gay or straight partners.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis expressed optimism Tuesday about the county's fiscal well-being and its positioning for industrial development when he spoke to the Rotary Club of Cleveland.
As Jackson County, Ala., swings into the new year, its government is facing a more than $1 million budget deficit that has officials eyeing a couple of new local laws that could cut the deficit and increase revenue streams.
It may get easier for Chattanooga's city employees to decide whether to run for one of the 31 partisan races up for grabs in Hamilton County this year if Councilman Chris Anderson's ordinance passes.
DeKalb County, Ala., has been awarded more than $672,000 for improvements to roads damaged in the April 2011 tornado outbreak that claimed 35 lives there.
Bobby Dodd never forgot where he came from.
With two months left to qualify to run for office, 49 potential candidates have taken the first step, and nearly half of them are locked in to the May 6, 2014, Hamilton County primary ballot.