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The Chattanooga Transportation Department has announced the 1400 block of Jenkins Road is being narrowed narrowed to one lane today and Thursday for a sewer rehabilitation project.
The Chattanooga Transportation Department has announced some streets will be closed this weekend for special events.
Corinne Hill, executive director of the Chattanooga Public Library, has been invited to participate in the American Library Association’s summit, “Libraries From Now On: Imagining the Future,” at the Library of Congress in Washington,D.C.
JACKSON, Tenn. — The Chattanooga Lookouts' three-game winning streak — including a double-size 18-inning, 7-4 win that concluded Tuesday morning — ended with a 6-4 Southern League baseball loss Tuesday afternoon to the Jackson Generals.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Cleveland State Community College recently implemented a year-round aquaponics teaching lab in the Cleveland/Bradley Innovation Center. The lab will be used by students in the college's Environmental Science and Wildlife Fisheries classes.
An armed man who barricaded himself inside a Dalton, Ga. business surrendered to authorities without incident Tuesday night.
A crash is blocking traffic at Interstate 75 northbound at the split to I-24 northbound.
With an RBI triple by Daniel Mayora and a two-run home run by Scott Schebler in the 18th inning, the Chattanooga Lookouts beat the Jackson Generals 7-4 Monday night and early this morning in Jackson, Tenn. The game had been tied at 4 since the seventh inning.
The Council for Community and Economic Research looked at the cost of living in 308 urban areas in the United States, crunching the numbers on everything from the average price of a supermarket can of coffee, to average rent on a two bedroom apartment, to the cost of a T-bone steak.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke today called on Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam to “immediately” put state incentives back on the table for a potential expansion at Volkswagen’s Chattanooga plant.