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Alex Green

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It's Friday afternoon, and three Chattanooga teenagers — Jay Watkins, Kayla Wells and Christine Montgomery — know the score.

An upscale cigar and spirits lounge is the latest addition to Ooltewah's Cambridge Square mixed-use development at the corner of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway.

An upscale cigar and spirits lounge is the latest addition to Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square mixed-use development at the corner of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway.

RINGGOLD, Ga. — This big hollow mouse is full of memories.

Seth Joyce likes being able to see the road from his Park Avenue house.

A concrete slab bounces the late-May sun into the eyes of Andrea Jaeger, programs director at Crabtree Farms, as she explains what the Greek-cross shaped building-to-be will look like.

The idea is to put the services of Gymnastics Center of Chattanooga within reach of kids living in northern Chattanooga, Red Bank and Soddy-Daisy.

Bringing home the bacon may be a luxury during the next nine months.

Brainerd Road will look very different if proposed new zoning requirements are enacted in the Brainerd area.

A long-vacant lot at the corner of North Holtzclaw Avenue and East 3rd Street has been tagged by Marathon Petroleum Corp. to be the home of a new $4.3 million Speedway convenience store and gas station.

Project: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga library.

The legacy of Ken Burke is written in grass, dirt and a few thousand orange tractors.

Here's a little good news for those picking up their college diplomas this month.

The twang in David Harris' voice is indicative of the thing he says after addressing the folks who came out to hangar four at the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport on Thursday evening to hear about his Bahamian island development.

Near the intersection of Lee Highway and Bonny Oaks Drive, right off Interstate 75, is the spot Value Place leaders and franchisers have picked for a new four-story, 124-room extended-stay hotel.

Even before primary votes were counted Tuesday night, Paul West knew he had a place on the August general election ballot in Marion County, Tenn.

Marion County Mayor John Graham lost the Democratic primary today to David Jackson.

Gregg Ridley won the Bledsoe Republican county mayor primary today with 971 votes.

Bill James won the Republican primary for mayor in Meigs County with 665 votes today while Jeremy Bivens captured the Democratic primary with 400 votes.

McMinn County Mayor John Gentry won the Republican primary today with 4,187 votes.

Monroe County Mayor Tim Yates won the Republican primary today with 2,551 votes.

Polk County totals show that Mayor Hoyt Firestone has won the Democratic primary with 1,754 votes.

Early voting numbers from Monroe County show the lead in the highly-contested Republican county mayor primary currently going to incumbent Mayor Tim Yates.

With no incumbent running for Meigs County mayor, the Democratic and Republican early and absentee numbers show slight leads for Jeremy Bivens, Democratic candidate, and Bill James, Republican candidate.

Early voting numbers show that in the three-way Republican McMinn County mayoral race, incumbent John Gentry has the lead.

Marion County Mayor John Graham took a 60 vote edge against challenger David Jackson in the county's Democratic primary.

Polk Glover can’t just tell you how Tennessee’s corn crops are going to do this year.

The Woodland Park Baptist Church and Tennessee Temple University partnership is a go.

There are spray-painted construction symbols up and down the sidewalk, and two enormous bores are puncturing the red clay surface that has for so long been the corner lot at South Market and East Main streets.

Firebirds Wood Fired Grill is preparing to enter the Chattanooga market next week when it opens a 250-seat restaurant near Hamilton Place mall.

There is a ripe harvest in the Southeast.

Project: Parkside Brownstone homes. Owner: Bobby Joe Adamson, Adamson Developers LLC. Location: 700 block of M.L. King Boulevard, between Magnolia and Wall streets.

Coca-Cola Bottling Company United today announced that Chattanooga is getting the $62 million distribution center which will create 43 new jobs and occupy the old Olan Mills site off Shepard Road near Highway 153.

Three vacant restaurant spots in the 800 block of Market Street have been snatched up.

It’s a World of Beer that’s taking over Qdoba’s old spot at 412 Market St.

Denise Collins and Melanie Ferguson began teaching classes at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in fall of 2013 and opened the new studio on March 28.

Easter brings around more than sunrise services, cool pastels and egg hunts in the yard for a handful of local business leaders.

A Franklin, Tenn., developer has been brought in to oversee the remaining buildout of Black Creek Mountain Community, one of Chattanooga’s biggest housing developments taking shape in the shadow of Aetna Mountain near the Hamilton County-Marion County line.

Looks like there will be a traffic study after all as Tennessee Temple talks with Woodland Park Baptist Church about moving the Highland Park university across town to share a suburban space in Tyner.

Neighbors of a proposed multi-use building planned for St. Elmo are not happy.

City and county planners voted today to approve a zoning change to allow a portion of a proposed retail and housing complex in St. Elmo.

Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke and Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger today designated April 14, 2014 as "Dale Mabee Day" in honor of outgoing planning commission chair Dale Mabee.

There was talk last year about Tennessee Temple University moving to Tyner's Woodland Park Baptist Church as early as this fall.

Chattanooga police said moments ago they don't suspect foul play in the death of a man who was found in a freshman dorm on the UTC campus.

Coca-Cola Bottling Company United is another step closer to building its $62 million distribution center in Chattanooga after the city's industrial development board approved property tax breaks for the planned expansion.

A local entrepreneur is proposing to renovate the Parkway Towers building near Finley Stadium if he can entice investors to buy the property and help finance the $3 million needed to make it a reality.

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