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A pair of developers on Saturday announced plans for a full-service grocery store and an apartment complex in the Southside area of downtown Chattanooga.

Developers Gavin Thomas and Eric Cummings announced this morning they plan a full-service grocery and an apartment/retail complex as part of two separate projects in the Southside area of downtown Chattanooga.

Workers with Quiddity Entertainment have been busy this week setting up stages and lighting for this year's 24-hour celebration of Main Street.

When the Ferger Place neighborhood was developed in the early 1900s, the Main Street area just east of Holtzclaw Avenue actually was considered rural.

Miller Welborn has spent his career in the trucking industry, where his entrepreneurial spirit led him to start several businesses.

The Wheeler residence in Signal Mountain's Fox Run neighborhood may just be the envy of all the other homes on the mountain, at least when it comes to utility bills.

Americans could learn an important lesson in economics this holiday season from the growing popularity of layaway plans -- live within your means.

In the old days, grandmothers made brownies, the farmer down the road milked the cow and the local blacksmith made hammers and nails, and all these things could be found for sale at the local general store.

There's no better stocking stuffer than a gift card loaded with cash or store credits and nearly endless opportunities.

Sheila and Dane Boyington’s Chattanooga company has had a great year, so as the holidays get under way, they are making sure their employees are rewarded.

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