A trustee will be appointed to oversee the bankruptcy case of Hutcheson Medical Center with a focus on getting the financially-strapped Fort Oglethorpe hospital sold. The U.S. Trustee's Office had filed a motion asking that the bankruptcy be dissolved due to the debt rising to $6.3 million since the bankruptcy was filed last November. However, all parties finally agreed it was in the best interest of the parties to keep the hospital going ... (click for more)
Civic and political leader Mai Bell Hurley has died at age 87. She was the first woman to serve on the Chattanooga City Council. Ms. Hurley was also a longtime advocate for the arts and a leader in United Way. She was a leader in Chattanooga Venture that led to the redevelopment ... (click for more)
Sheriff Jim Hammond has placed Deputy Donald Myrick on administrative leave with pay pending the outcome of the internal affairs investigation being conducted. On Wednesday, the HCSO Civil Process Department received a court order for a set-out (eviction) of an employee of the Sheriff’s ... (click for more)
September 4, 2015
Here is the upcoming city council agenda for Tuesday: I. Call to Order. II. Pledge of Allegiance/Invocation (Councilman Gilbert). III. Minute Approval. IV. Special Presentation. ... (click for more)
A 31 year-old man was already jailed without bond when new felony counts were filed in an unrelated burglary investigation. Sheriff Eric Watson said citizen input was helpful identifying ... (click for more)
Jeffrey Williams, 46, was arrested on Thursday and charged with false imprisonment and aggravated assault after he allegedly beat his girlfriend and prevented her from calling for help. ... (click for more)
Should CARTA lease 75 parking spaces at Renaissance Park to an adjacent apartment developer on a first-come, first-serve basis?