City Council Approves IDB, Library Board Members

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The City Council on Tuesday approved three new members of the Industrial Development Board and gave a fourth a new term.

Getting six-year terms were Dr. Thomas Rumph, Alan Lebovitz, Jimmy Rodgers and returnee Ray Adkins.

The council approved new terms for Library Board members Tom Griscom, Karen McMahon, Herb Cohn and Mai Bell Hurley.

Sherri Anderson was approved for the Library Board.

Micah Guster has also been named to the Library Board. That nomination goes before the City Council next Tuesday.


Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Arrested For Driving Under The Influence

Hamilton County Has 65 More Coronavirus Cases, No New Deaths; Tennessee Has 2,008 New Cases

Georgia Has 34 More Deaths From COVID, 997 New Cases


The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office was notified on Thursday that Deputy Nicholas Monroe was involved in single vehicle crash on I-75 near mile marker two. Deputy Monroe, a five-year veteran ... (click for more)

Hamilton County had 65 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, bringing the total to 43,784. There have been no more deaths from the virus, and the total remains at 488 in the county. The number ... (click for more)

Georgia state health officials reported on Thursday there are 34 additional deaths due to the coronavirus. The current total is 17,304. There are 997 new cases, as that total reaches 872,396 ... (click for more)



Breaking News

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Arrested For Driving Under The Influence

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office was notified on Thursday that Deputy Nicholas Monroe was involved in single vehicle crash on I-75 near mile marker two. Deputy Monroe, a five-year veteran of the HCSO currently assigned to the Patrol Division, was off-duty at the time of the incident. Deputy Monroe was arrested at the scene by Chattanooga Police Department personnel and ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Has 65 More Coronavirus Cases, No New Deaths; Tennessee Has 2,008 New Cases

Hamilton County had 65 new coronavirus cases on Thursday, bringing the total to 43,784. There have been no more deaths from the virus, and the total remains at 488 in the county. The number of those who have recovered from coronavirus in Hamilton County is 42,599, which is 97 percent, and there are 697 active cases. There are 64 patients hospitalized and 15 in Intensive Care ... (click for more)

Opinion

Aftermath Of The "George Floyd" Trial - And Response

It is not by mistake that African Americans saw it as Mr. Floyd being on trial - having to prove himself worthy of fairness - even beyond the grave. The death of injustice in America, from the first arrival of enslaved blacks from the motherland Africa, has always been the dream and prayer of the black man. It not only impacts black men, it also wrecks havoc on the black family ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Two Differing Views

For many reasons, I am infatuated with Constitutional law and, therefore, I was absorbed with the abject unfairness of the Derek Chauvin trial we just watched unfold in Minneapolis, Minn. Understand, my concern has nothing to do with the verdict. Instead, I am drawn to the nationwide circus that accompanied the outcome and how is it possible for the courtroom to be void of all emotion ... (click for more)

Sports

UTC's Strange Earns Jacobs Blocking Award, Eight Mocs Earn All-SoCon Honors

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team had eight individuals take home Southern Conference postseason honors, the league office announced today. Leading the way was senior Cole Strange, who became the third Moc to win the Jacobs Blocking Award. Junior offensive lineman McClendon Curtis made the coaches first team, while junior defensive lineman Devonnsha ... (click for more)

Chattanooga's Voges Is SoCon Sportsmanship Winner

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga men’s tennis team brought home four postseason honors from the Southern Conference, the league office announced today. Highlighting the list is senior Turner Voges winning the Don Bunch/Buddy Hartsell SoCon Sportsmanship Award. Sophomore Tomas Rodriguez made the All-SoCon first team in singles, while he and freshman Peyton Gatti were ... (click for more)