Apartment Complex On Lake Chickamauga Sells For $44.5 Million

Thursday, October 15, 2020

An apartment complex on Lake Chickamauga has sold for $44.5 million.

Marina Pointe Apartments was built in 2003.

It is at 5750 Lake Resort Dr.

The sale was to Cs1031 Marina Pointe Apartments St Llc Tr, Cs1031 Marina Pointe Apartments Dst from Marina Pointe Holdings Llc.


Dalton Police Department Investigating Entering Auto And Card Fraud Case

Hiwassee College Property Is Sold

Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report


The Dalton Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman who used a stolen bank card to make more than $400 in fraudulent purchases. The card was stolen from a car parked ... (click for more)

The now-closed Hiwassee College campus in Madisonville, Tn. — where a number of Chattanooga area residents formerly attended college over the years — has been sold. The Holston Conference ... (click for more)

Here is the latest Hamilton County arrest report: ALLIGOOD, WILLIAM MICHAEL 1603 DALLAS LAKE RD HIXSON, 37343 Age at Arrest: 31 years old Arresting Agency: Hamilton County DRIVING ... (click for more)



Breaking News

Dalton Police Department Investigating Entering Auto And Card Fraud Case

The Dalton Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman who used a stolen bank card to make more than $400 in fraudulent purchases. The card was stolen from a car parked at a Dalton restaurant shortly before the purchases were made. While the suspect wore a mask, investigators hope that someone will recognize her based on her distinctive appearance and clothing. ... (click for more)

Hiwassee College Property Is Sold

The now-closed Hiwassee College campus in Madisonville, Tn. — where a number of Chattanooga area residents formerly attended college over the years — has been sold. The Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church announced in a story in its newspaper, The Call, that the 60-acre property has been sold to Bruderhof, an international Christian communal organization. ... (click for more)

Opinion

The Police Department Is Not Perfect But

The Chattanooga Police Department, Hamilton County Sheriff's Department or police departments around the world, they are not perfect, they make mistakes, unlike the newly proposed “Community Control Board” that is perfect from the onset. Yesterday, I heard the sheriff of Ramsey County, St. Paul, Mn. say, “Crime is rampant in Dollar Generals, Walgreens, CVS, etc. stores in St. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Why We Are Dangerous

In just the first half of this week alone, Chattanooga has had four murders, has been chosen for another year among the “Top Ten Most Dangerous Cities in the United States,” and had a “coalition” of do-nothing activists propose a broad-reaching “Community Control Board” – answerable to no one. The plan, as submitted to the Election Commission to be included on the March 2021 ballot ... (click for more)

Sports

Chattanooga Red Wolves Announce Start of Foundation

Since its inception, the Red Wolves have been very intent on being equally as impactful off the pitch as they are on it. The organization has been consistently active in the community over the past two years, most recently providing thousands of meals to children in need affected by school closures due to COVID-19. This week, owner Bob Martino and Lana Martino took the intent to ... (click for more)

Randy Smith: Remembering Junior And Lonnie

Lonnie Sadler and Junior Atterton each passed away this week. I always remember them as fresh-faced high school athletes. though they were closer to my own age than I even realized. Lonnie was a couple of years behind me at Madison High School just outside of Nashville. He was an outstanding running back who was recently chosen as one of the top 50 prep football players in Nashville ... (click for more)