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About 100 seniors learned Tuesday afternoon they must leave the 45-year-old facility they call home, making way for a new downtown development.

Unemployment in Georgia jumped back into double digits last month while Tennessee's elevated jobless rate failed to follow the nationwide decline in July, according to data released Thursday.

Vision Hospitality Group today will open the doors at its new downtown Hampton Inn & Suites, one of four Chattanooga-area hotels under development this year by Vision.

Regulators got an earful Monday at the beginning of a week-long hearing by Tennessee American Water for a record high rate increase this spring.

While the number of at-risk banks late last year was at the highest level in 18 years, banks are getting healthier, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s chairwoman said here Thursday.

The first nine area engineers have been hired for Wacker Chemical's project team related to its $1.45 billion plant under construction in Bradley County.

Bill Wilcox, Tony Hunnicutt and Tim Debord are no strangers to what crew members and volunteers have been going through this week at the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" site in Rossville.

Fresh to Order is somewhere between fast food and fine dining.

Volkswagen's big, signature pedestrian bridge that will link the plant's training center with the main production site is a key symbol for the automaker's Chattanooga work force, an official says.

Justin Prann thundered into Chattanooga's high-end motorcycle scene early last year, offering more than $1 million in high-end BMW and Ducati bikes for sale at the opening of his Pandora's European Motorsports location on Highway 58.

Chattanooga developer Eugene "Buck" Schimpf calls Cameron Harbor, one of downtown's largest-ever developments, an extension of the city's $120 million 21st Century Waterfront Project.

With VW expecting U.S. sales to power up by 20 percent in 2011, dealers continue to grow operations with Chattanooga's Village Volkswagen planning a $1 million expansion.

Christina Holmes and Christian "Thor" Thoreson are trying to enhance Chattanooga's "coolness factor" with a business venture.

CBL & Associates Properties Inc. on Tuesday posted fourth-quarter earnings that beat analysts' estimates, citing better operating results and a stronger balance sheet.

Fred Friday went from a career in a picture-perfect industry to one where he's sifting through junk each day -- but he wouldn't have it any other way.

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