County Election Commission To Meet April 13

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to T.C.A. §2-1-113 and in accordance with TCA § 8-44-108,
notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.,
the Hamilton County Election Commission will hold a called meeting
at the offices of the commission, 700 River Terminal Road,
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406, for the purpose of counting the
Election Day ballots and such other business that may come
before the commission.

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Hamilton County Has No New COVID Deaths, 58 New Cases

Georgia Has 52 More Coronavirus Deaths And 1,059 New Cases

Latest Hamilton County Arrest Report


Hamilton County had 58 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing the total to 43,100. There have been no more deaths from the virus, and the total remains at 480 in the county. Tennessee ... (click for more)

Georgia state health officials reported on Saturday there are 52 additional deaths due to the coronavirus. The current total is 16,982. There are 1,059 new cases, as that total reaches 861,412 ... (click for more)

Here is the latest Hamilton County arrest report: ARMOUR, LAWAYNE MIKALE 1108 GILLESPIE RD CHATTANOOGA, 37411 Age at Arrest: 42 years old Arresting Agency: Chattanooga SPEEDING DRIVING ... (click for more)



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Hamilton County Has No New COVID Deaths, 58 New Cases

Hamilton County had 58 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, bringing the total to 43,100. There have been no more deaths from the virus, and the total remains at 480 in the county. Tennessee will report the state's new cases and deaths on Monday. (click for more)

Georgia Has 52 More Coronavirus Deaths And 1,059 New Cases

Georgia state health officials reported on Saturday there are 52 additional deaths due to the coronavirus. The current total is 16,982. There are 1,059 new cases, as that total reaches 861,412 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Hospitalizations are at 59,650, which is an increase of 80 from Friday. Here are the numbers by county: Catoosa County: 5,461 cases, up ... (click for more)

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