New And Used Vehicle Sales Rise In May

Friday, June 1, 2018

New vehicle sales in Hamilton County rose to 948 in May and used vehicle sales rose to 3,847, according to figures from the County Clerk's office. 

That compares to 1,106 new vehicles sold and 4,064 used vehicles sold in May 2017. 

Totals for May included 319 new cars and 629 new trucks sold. They included 1,878 used cars and 1,969 used trucks sold.


Mike Newton Named To Super Lawyer List

Rhea County Awarded Tennessee Economic And Community Development ThreeStar Grant For Workforce Training

Attorney Brittany Thomas Faith Selected By Super Lawyers As A Rising Star


The Newton Firm, LLC announces principle attorney Mike Newton has been selected as a 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyer. His practice areas include personal injury and insurance law. Super Lawyers, ... (click for more)

Rhea County was among 59 counties awarded Tennessee Economic and Community Development’s ThreeStar competitive grant. TNECD ThreeStar Director Jody Sliger presented the award to John Bamber, ... (click for more)

Attorney Brittany Thomas Faith of the law firm of Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C. (“GKH”), in Chattanooga was named a “2019 Rising Stars” for the Midsouth region for the third consecutive ... (click for more)


Business

Mike Newton Named To Super Lawyer List

The Newton Firm, LLC announces principle attorney Mike Newton has been selected as a 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyer. His practice areas include personal injury and insurance law. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained ahigh degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only ... (click for more)

Rhea County Awarded Tennessee Economic And Community Development ThreeStar Grant For Workforce Training

Rhea County was among 59 counties awarded Tennessee Economic and Community Development’s ThreeStar competitive grant. TNECD ThreeStar Director Jody Sliger presented the award to John Bamber, executive director of Rhea Economic and Tourism Council, at the Governor’s Conference on Friday, Oct. 25. The award totaling $50,000 will be used to support a 12-week workforce training ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Planning Commission Recommends Approval For Special Zoning For "Game Changer" Development At Alstom Property

The Planning Commission on Monday afternoon went along with a request for special zoning for a development on 81 acres at the Alstom property that City Councilman Darrin Ledford called "a game changer for the city of Chattanooga." Victor Dover, who helped plan the rejuvenation of the Southside 22 years ago, said all the aspects of the project called "The Bend" would not fit into ... (click for more)

Driver Killed When Vehicle Runs Off Middle Valley Road On Sunday Night

One person was killed when a vehicle ran off Middle Valley Road on Sunday night. At approximately 9:36 p.m., the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office responded to a single-vehicle crash in the 6500 block of Middle Valley Road. Preliminary investigation determined that a 2003 Chevy pick-up was southbound, left the west side of the roadway going down an embankment, struck a utility ... (click for more)

Opinion

A Tribute To Ron Loving

Chattanooga lost a valuable community member and leader this week. I had the privilege of serving with Ron on the Erlanger Board of Trustees. In addition to being a very competent, strong, and thoughtful leader of the Board, I found him to be the ultimate gentleman. He always conducted himself in a quiet and dignified manner, even during a tumultuous time of change. He was a gentle ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Veterans Day 2019

There is a lot of water than has gone down-stream since this day nine years ago, now just two days shy of Nov. 13, 2010, when Marine Corps General John Kelly gave what is arguably one of the greatest talks in our nation’s history. The speech, which captures what our veterans mean to our nation as today we stand once again in awe and gratitude today, was given at the Hyatt Hotel ... (click for more)