Meet Tom Decosimo Event Set For Saturday

Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Community members are invited to meet Tom Decosimo, District 2 candidate for the Hamilton County School Board, on Saturday.
 
The meet and greet event will take place from 12-3 at Red Bank City Park, by Kid’s Corner Playground.
 
“I am excited to have this opportunity to talk with community members I haven’t yet met, and share with them why I am running for the District 2 School Board position,” said Mr.
Decosimo.
 
The event is free to the public, and will include ice cream, soft drinks, and live music.
 
This function will be compliant with all regulations regarding COVID-19, it was stated.
 

"United We Stand Stronger" Motor March Set For Sunday

Billy Burnette Named Assistant Chief Of HCEMS

Dalton’s Parks and Recreation Announce Ribbon Cutting For Pickleball Courts Set For Thursday


Residents from North Georgia and the Tennessee Valley will be gathering for a Motor March in support of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department and Collegedale Police Department on Sunday at ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Emergency Medical Service announces the promotion of A-Shift Captain Billy Burnette to assistant chief of Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services. Asst. Chief Burnette began ... (click for more)

Dalton’s Parks and Recreation Department is so serious about pickleball that it completed a project to convert the tennis courts at Brookwood Park into pickleball courts. There will be a ribbon ... (click for more)



Happenings

"United We Stand Stronger" Motor March Set For Sunday

Residents from North Georgia and the Tennessee Valley will be gathering for a Motor March in support of the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department and Collegedale Police Department on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Tractor Supply parking lot, 9408 Apison Pike in Ooltewah. The parade of motorcycles and vehicles will start in Collegedale and make its way through Ooltewah, then return to ... (click for more)

Billy Burnette Named Assistant Chief Of HCEMS

Hamilton County Emergency Medical Service announces the promotion of A-Shift Captain Billy Burnette to assistant chief of Hamilton County Emergency Medical Services. Asst. Chief Burnette began his career with Emergency Medical Services in 1993 as a part-time emergency medical technician and was licensed as a paramedic in 1994. He was named lieutenant with the Hamilton County service ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Governor Lee Calls Special Session On COVID-19 Liability Protections, Telehealth Services, Capitol Grounds

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee on Monday called for the Tennessee General Assembly to convene next Monday for a special session to address COVID-19 liability protections, telehealth services and laws governing the Capitol grounds. “As COVID-19 continues to present unique challenges, we feel it is in the best interest of the state to convene a special session to address liability ... (click for more)

Hamilton County Has Just 44 New Coronavirus Cases, But Highest Number Yet In Intensive Care; Tennessee Has 19 More Deaths

Hamilton County had just 44 new coronavirus cases on Monday, but had the highest number of COVID patients yet in Intensive Care - 35. The cases were down from Sunday's 62 new cases after recent numbers reached up to 175 in a day. Total cases now are 5,617. There were 85 COVID patients hospitalized as well as nine more suspected cases. Deaths remain at 48. The number ... (click for more)

Opinion

Mark Kimsey Was The Real Deal And Larger Than Life

Rest In Peace to one of the most honorable, intelligent and entertaining human beings I have ever met in my entire life. Mark Kimsey, you were an eloquent and extremely talented writer and the epitome of what an American Law Enforcement Officer should be - courageous, scholarly, empathetic, proficient and selfless. Words can not begin to express how much you are respected ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Laughing With Jim Murray

When I was in high school, I would love it when the “Newspapers in Education” would roll around once a week. The Chattanooga Times was a real Godsend because it offered me something interesting to read during class and, man, I would pounce on the paper. I would immediately find the syndicated columnist, Jim Murray, and revel in his every word. He was - and this I believe to this ... (click for more)