A crisp wind ran through the crowd Thursday at the groundbreaking for the Village at Brow Wood, a 48-unit, $10 million assisted living facility on top of Lookout Mountain, just inside the northern boundary of Dade County.
As crews work this week to assess the damaged condition of the idled lock at Chickamauga Dam, the estimated cost for its replacement continues to increase.
While the shuttered Delta Queen seems stuck in Chattanooga, the biggest riverboat still operating in Tennessee can't make it to Chattanooga and is bypassing the Scenic City today on its autumn Civil War run.
Main Street Meats will celebrate its one-year anniversary on Saturday with a new team of two running the show.
Three Chattanooga area companies have been named finalists for the 2014 Spirit of Innovation Award, to be presented by the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 12.
Water bills throughout the Chattanooga area will likely rise close to 6 percent on Jan. 1, adding $1.21 for the average monthly Chattanooga residential bill.
From its start in 1971 by three local accountants, Joseph Decosimo and Co. grew into Chattanooga's biggest accounting firm through both internal growth and acquisitions of other CPA firms in other markets.
The readers of USA Today have ranked Chattanooga's downtown riverfront as the seventh best in the country.
Despite lower yields in the current low-interest rate environment, Unum Group boosted its per-share net income in the third quarter by 11.5 percent over a year ago.
The Dixie Group Inc. sales grew faster than the overall industry this summer, but the Chattanooga-based carpet manufacturer still reported a loss of $185,000, or 1 cent per share, in its third quarter.
A potential new plan has surfaced to rid a rundown barge from Chattanooga's downtown waterfront as attorneys try to engage a local scrap metal company.
A new 11-county foreign trade zone in Southeast Tennessee should help spur job growth in the region, officials said Tuesday.
First Security Group, Inc., the parent company of FSG Bank in Chattanooga, continued to boost its profits this summer.
Starting in January, EPB television customers will have to pay a little more for service, as the TV, phone, electricity and Internet operator passes down increased costs pushed on it by "virtually all" of the local and national TV programmers it carries.
Halloween purchases will pour an estimated $7.4 billion into the U.S. economy this year, according to the National Retail Federation.