Chattanooga Patriots Protest “Chilinooga” All Ages Drag Show

According To Ashley Kaye, Who Runs The Unsilent Patriot Page On Instagram, “Chattanooga Patriots Came Together On Very Short Notice To Stand Up And Protect The Children With A Peaceful Protest” At The Seed Theatre’s “Chilinooga” Event That Included An “All Ages” Drag Show.

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Left-Wing Chattanooga Activist Loses City Council Race By 70 Votes

Yesterday, District 8 Voters In Chattanooga Decided Whether Activist Marie Mott Or Marvene Noel Should Represent Them On The Chattanooga City Council. In The Runoff Election, The Final Vote Count Came In With Noel Receiving 400 Votes And Mott Receiving 330.

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Buses Carrying Illegal Aliens From Texas To D.C. Will No Longer Stop In Chattanooga

Earlier This Week, We Reported That Buses Loaded With Immigrants Originating From The Border In Texas Were Making Pit Stops In Chattanooga On Their Journey To D.C. Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly States That The Buses Have Now Changed Their Route And Will No Longer Be Stopping In Chattanooga.

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Chattanooga City Council Unanimously Approves Mayor Kelly’s Budget

The Chattanooga City Council On Tuesday Approved Mayor Tim Kelly’s One Chattanooga Budget On Second Reading, With $10 Million In Additional Road Paving, $33 Million Toward Affordable Housing, And $2 Million Toward Homelessness Prevention And Rehousing Efforts — With No Tax Increase.

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Mayor Kelly Disregards City Ordinances While Turning Chattanooga Into Homeless Magnet

The Decision To Create A Sanctioned Homeless Encampment In Chattanooga Comes On The Heels Of The City’s Poor Record Of Enforcing Existing Ordinances Regarding Panhandling, Trespassing, Loitering And Littering.

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Fentanyl Use And Overdoses On The Rise In Chattanooga

According To Chattanooga Police, Fentanyl Use Has Increased In A Significant Way Over The Last Few Years. This Means The Number Of Fatal Drug Overdoses Is Also On The Rise.

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Chattanooga Deputy Administrator Of Community Development Placed On Administrative Leave

Deputy Administrator Of Community Development Erskine Oglesby Has Been Placed On Administrative Leave After Being Arrested Tuesday By The Chattanooga Police Department For Allegedly Taking Items From A Local Store Without Paying.

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Critics Claim New Chattanooga Ordinance Will Punish Homeless Individuals

The Chattanooga City Council Passed A New Ordinance On Tuesday That Will Help Put A Stop To Vandalism Across The City. The Ordinance Specifically Makes It Illegal To Place Any Sort Of Building Or Structure Or To Build A Fire On Any Portion Of A City Bridge, Culvert, Or Street.

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