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Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam doesn't plan to be in Chattanooga on Monday for a scheduled National Labor Relations Board hearing to which he and 23 others were subpoenaed by the United Auto Workers.

A Franklin, Tenn., developer has been brought in to oversee the remaining buildout of Black Creek Mountain Community, one of Chattanooga’s biggest housing developments taking shape in the shadow of Aetna Mountain near the Hamilton County-Marion County line.

More than 40 Hamilton County businesses are aiming to bid for work on the huge Uranium Processing Facility going up in Oak Ridge, Tenn., as officials said Tuesday they're trying to better link the two areas economically.

Tennessee revenue collections reflected mixed results in March. The $955.8 million collected was $4 million below budget for the month, leaving the state $263.0 million below its budget so far this fiscal year.

Fort Oglethorpe is on track to get a Walmart Neighborhood Market, a freestanding grocery store about a quarter the size of the typical Walmart Supercenter.

Planners gave a green light Monday to the first phase of $100 million in proposed housing and commercial space on Chattanooga's downtown waterfront, including townhouses, single-family cottages, apartments and condominiums.

Tennessee American Water customers will start to see more frequent and less noticeable rate adjustments in coming years after the utility on Monday was awarded the ability to raise and lower water rates automatically when its costs change.

The company that employed the 48-year-old man who fell through a roof and died at Shaw Industries’ WD plant in Dalton, Ga., on Saturday has been cited by federal regulators 10 times since 2008 for failing to provide fall protection to workers and other fall-related safety violations.

Looks like there will be a traffic study after all as Tennessee Temple talks with Woodland Park Baptist Church about moving the Highland Park university across town to share a suburban space in Tyner.

Neighbors of a proposed multi-use building planned for St. Elmo are not happy.

Investors should expect more volatility and lesser returns this year than they enjoyed last year, but investing in stocks should still pay off again this year, market strategist Bob Doll says.

States with military and other federal facilities and a higher share of retirees on Social Security got back the most from the federal government per dollar paid in taxes from its residents in 2013.

Hamilton County planners today approved going ahead with $100 million in proposed new housing and commercial space on Chattanooga's waterfront downtown.

A pair of technology entrepreneurs who got an early taste of Chattanooga and decided the city wasn't for them have moved back six years later with a new company, new game plan and new enthusiasm for the Scenic City.

Former Hamilton County Mayor Claude Ramsey recalls flying into Arizona four years ago as part of a job recruiting trip to check out three Amazon distribution facilities in the Phoenix area.

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