Houston Street 2-Way Conversion Is Complete

Thursday, August 6, 2020
The Chattanooga Department of Transportation announces that Houston Street  has reopened.

"Houston Street is fully reopened with two-way travel in place," officials said. "Please use caution as this is a new traffic pattern." 

View CDOT's map of event and road closures for full details of these activities and other projects underway in the public space.

St. Alban's Holly Jolly Holiday Market Seeking Vendors For Nov. 7 Event

Voter Registration Drive Set For Saturday At Hamilton Place Mall

City Of Dalton Advises Motorists Of Areas Of Railroad Crossing Maintenance Next Week


St. Alban's Hixson Market, 7514 Hixson Pike, is seeking local crafters and artisans for their annual Holly Jolly Market. The event will be held outdoors on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m.-4 ... (click for more)

With less than 10 days before the Oct. 5 deadline to register to vote, the Chattanooga League of Women Voters is partnering with CBL commercial properties, owners of Hamilton Place mall, for ... (click for more)

The City of Dalton announces a traffic reminder for next week in the Dalton/Whitfield County area. A maintenance project for railroad crossings on the CSX line will be taking place next week, ... (click for more)



Happenings

St. Alban's Holly Jolly Holiday Market Seeking Vendors For Nov. 7 Event

St. Alban's Hixson Market, 7514 Hixson Pike, is seeking local crafters and artisans for their annual Holly Jolly Market. The event will be held outdoors on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (rain date the following Saturday, Nov. 14). "As with our Farmers Market, the Holly Jolly Market will be following CDC guidelines for COVID-19," organizers said. For booth space and ... (click for more)

Voter Registration Drive Set For Saturday At Hamilton Place Mall

With less than 10 days before the Oct. 5 deadline to register to vote, the Chattanooga League of Women Voters is partnering with CBL commercial properties, owners of Hamilton Place mall, for a push to create another opportunity to register all eligible citizens before Election Day, Nov. 3. Voters can register at the Hamilton Place mall entrance near Jos A. Bank and the former ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hakeem Calls For Probe Of Hamilton County Election Office; Hargett Said He Has Confidence In The Office

State Rep. Yusuf Hakeem said he was asking for a state investigation of the Hamilton County Election Commission. In a letter to Secretary of State Tre Hargett, he said he ha s great "anguish and concern" that the county election office is "becoming a petri dish for undermining the fundamental right to free and fair elections." Secretary of State Hargett responded, "I will ... (click for more)

Former County EMT Charged With Vehicular Homicide Is Back Out Of Jail After Pretrial Services "Error"

A former county EMT accused of vehicular homicide was taken into custody in court on Monday based on five alleged violations of his pretrial release. But Justin Whaley was back out of jail on Wednesday after it was agreed that the report of the violations was unfounded. His attorney, Lee Davis, said, " The report filed by Pretrial Services was in error. There was no alcohol ... (click for more)

Opinion

Earl Freudenberg Remembers Bettye Parker

One of the most patriotic individuals I have ever known has passed away. Bettye Parker died Tuesday after a short illness. At Bettye's request there will be no memorial service. Bettye ran Bettye Parker Realty on Highway 58 for as long as I can remember. She handled thousands of property transactions. Her son, Paul Parker, also became involved in real estate and is the real ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Nashville's Big Day

The Nashville Election Commission will meet this afternoon to vote on whether to conduct a city-wide special election on Dec. 5. A grass roots group says they have enough signatures to bring a controversial 34 percent tax increase to the voters. Oh, the increase has already been approved, alright, but Nashville is the state’s Waterloo argue others, and if the city government goes ... (click for more)