With nearly two dozen regulators examining equipment and processes at the troubled Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant this week and next, TVA said Thursday it has made “continuous, sustainable improvements” to remove Browns Ferry from the worst performance rating of any U.S. nuclear plant by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
An 11-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty, cast from the original mold discovered in 2005, lit up Chattanooga on Thursday at the unveiling of the 17-floor Liberty Tower. It is one of only four in the world.
One of Hamilton County's biggest mixed-use developments is hitting a milestone as workers have raised the first three of 23 planned commercial buildings at the Ooltewah site.
These are new cases according to court records, that were filed in the Chattanooga and Winchester offices of U.S. Bankruptcy courts Eastern District of Tennessee, May 9-15:
Chattanooga knife company Frost Cutlery is adding a new retail store to its Ooltewah headquarters.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker on Thursday waded into the issue of a rundown river barge in downtown Chattanooga, urging the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to keep in mind the "significant negative effects" it's having on the waterfront.
Joe Brown, a 14-year banking veteran, has been named BB&T Chattanooga market president. In his role, Brown will supervise the bank's commercial banking team in Chattanooga and be responsible for all local BB&T community and banking activities.
Craig Fuller, CEO of Chattanooga-based TransCard, has a secret.
Georgia's construction-driven economy may have been battered more than most during the Great Recession, but the job market in the Peach State is now bouncing back faster than its northern neighbor.
The head of the United Auto Workers is sounding an upbeat note on a future union presence at Chattanooga's Volkswagen plant, even as others question the prospects and the wisdom of such a move.
Even with extra help from Mother Nature this spring, the Tennessee Valley Authority still will boost the fuel-cost portion of electric bills next month.
The economic recovery this year is proving less powerful for industry in the Tennessee Valley, at least in the consumption of electricity by the biggest manufacturers in the region.
A nationwide franchise of coffee shops is making its debut in Chattanooga. And in Hixson. And Cleveland. And eventually, in North Georgia, too.
Work on the last piece of Chattanooga's version of the Yellow Brick Road is slated to start this summer.
An Alabama firm has become the sixth trucking company to file suit against Pilot Flying J in the wake of a federal investigation into charges that the travel center chain cheated truckers out of promised rebates.