Hallo, from a mountain nook tucked away in northeast Georgia that's just about as close to Old Europe as you'll find this side of the Atlantic.
EPB is looking for help to keep track of its streetlights.
• East Brainerd Council meeting Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Car Barn, 6721 Heritage Business. Chris LeCroy of green|spaces will speak. Meetings cost $10.
A holiday shopping rush of sorts hit area phone and eletronics stores Friday as scores of Apple devotees got up early to buy the first of the new supersized iPhones.
Georgia football may have slid in the rankings, but the state is the No. 1 place to do business in America, according to an economic development magazine.
After years of court battles, Luken Communications has settled with Arkansas bankruptcy trustee M. Randy Rice for $2 million, well short of the record-breaking $65.9 million penalty Rice had sought.
The new 691-bed student housing project off M.L. King Boulevard could mark the beginning of a battle for the soul of the street, as forces vie to bring entertainment, retail, housing and cultural developments to the promising corridor, said City Councilman Moses Freeman.
Unemployment rose in August for a fourth consecutive month across both Tennessee and Georgia.
Apple's newest phones go on sale this morning when the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus hit the market.
JJ's Bohemia, an M. L. King Boulevard music haunt and drink stop, is closed for two weeks after penalties were handed down Thursday by the Chattanooga Beer and Wrecker Board.
Root Kitchen and Wine Bar will mark its grand opening on Friday, in the corner that Elemental occupied for more than a year and a half at 2 North Shore.
Volkswagen's $900 million expansion to build a sport utility vehicle at its Chattanooga plant is off and running, with new construction to the factory's body shop, assembly finish area and technical center up first.
For the 20th consecutive year, First Horizon National Corp. has earned a spot on Working Mother magazine's list of the 100 Best Companies for working mothers, the latest recognition of the company as one of the country's best employers.
Over the past decade, Shaw Industries has cut its energy use by 25 percent -- and its peak electricity demand by more than 40 percent -- through both production changes and cutbacks.
WASHINGTON — The agency responsible for safety on the nation’s roads was years late in detecting a deadly problem with General Motors cars and lacks the expertise to oversee increasingly complex vehicles, congressional Republicans charged in a report Tuesday.