Brix Nouveau is a wine bar offering wine by the glass, bottle and wine flights. The flights offer three samples of different wine and will feature a variety of the month. The bar also serves custom cheese and meat plates, serves desserts from local candy company The Hot Chocolatier and coffee from Stone Cup.
Inflation is gobbling up North Brainerd retiree Ann Pierre's money, and there's little she can do about it.
An formerly-empty downtown block comes back to life today.
FoodWorks on Chattanooga's North Shore offers the best brunch in town, but diners should be prepared to pay for that quality.
Name: Wee Care Diaper Service Location: Serves the Chattanooga metro area Contact information: 423-402-0232, WeeCareDiaperService.com
Owner Randall Stappenbeck visited oil and vinegar tasting rooms in other cities and thought such a business would fit in well on Chattanooga's north shore.
Chattanoogans may have as many as 12 new uses for the city’s world-class Internet speeds by the end of the weekend.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt.
Chattanooga's top tourism promoter wants renewed investment on sports and riverfront infrastructure to continue 10 straight years of growth in the industry.
Developers plan to lure an environmentally-friendly equipment supplier from Boston to Chattanooga with a $2 million Shallowford Road project.
This Hixson location will be Lackey's second Penn Station. He started in his home state of Kentucky before picking Chattanooga for a site.
George Yu knew he had a good idea, but he couldn’t get investors to see it that way.
When Matt Tipton sees a chicken, he doesn't think eggs or drumsticks. He thinks money.
Hundreds of Chattanoogans will give the Scenic City a good scrubbing Saturday morning.
Name: Chattanooga Panorama Location: Mobile in Chattanooga Contact information: 423-799-0499, Facebook.com/ChattanoogaPanorama
One of Chattanooga's oldest event venues is under new management.
Developer Chris Thomas wants to get Chattanooga’s artists out of their garages, basements and spare rooms and into studios.
Labor Day travelers began trickling through Chattanooga's Interstate 75 rest stop Thursday morning, the first of what will likely be more than 1,000 visitors making a pit stop over the three-day weekend.
The Better Business Bureau blasted an Apison-based moving company Wednesday, revoking its accreditation and giving it an "F" ranking.
Name: Visually Appetizing Designs Location: 100 Cherokee Blvd., Suite 2009, Chattanooga Contact information: 423-402-0841, MyVADesigns.com, Facebook.com/VisAppDesigns
Builders will break ground Tuesday on a $30 million luxury housing development targeted at empty-nesters.
Local franchise owner Emily Hopper got her start with SpiritedArt when looking for part-time work to put her through law school.
In a high school made up of Chattanooga businesses, Little Debbie would be prom queen.
Back pain sufferers across the globe could be thanking a Chattanooga company in the coming months.
Name: Cleveland Billiard Club Location: 185 Inman Street East, Cleveland Hours: Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 a.m., Sunday 12 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Rope climbing, bouldering a boon to region
After seven years putting in six days at his bike shop each week, owner Charles Nelson still says he enjoys cycling.
Crossville offers more than just putts and ruts
Alejandro Garcia expects he's going to turn the coffee industry on its head.
When shoppers are worried about losing their jobs, they're a lot less likely to spring for the name-brand groceries.
Dish Network customers will continue to see ABC shows despite a contract dispute between the carrier and local network affiliate.
Region offers variety of bike-themed getaways
An Athens, Tenn., auto supplier plans to more than double its manufacturing site, adding 40 to 50 jobs over the next few years.
Dish Network subscribers will likely be without "Good Morning America" or any other ABC programs starting Thursday.
Hundreds of Chickamauga and Ringgold residents voiced opposition Monday night to a proposed state mandate that local phone executives say could as much as double some telephone line charges.
Site manager Michelle Herod has 20 years of experience in the wedding industry.
Just above the historic wood-paneled lobby, in the ornate mirrored ballroom, a man is dancing in a grass skirt and coconut brassiere.
TJ Weigel may speed up the search for the cure for cancer.
Name: J. Backlund Design Location: 100 Cherokee Blvd. Contact information: 423-643-4999, jbacklund.com. The group also has a Kickstarter.com campaign.
Fast Internet startup firms win prize for best business ideas.
Ed Dolliver spent most of his life in hotels. He served as vice president of sales and marketing for Hilton Hotels Corp., held the same title at InterContinental Hotels Group and ran his own hospitality consulting firm.
They traveled 354 million miles through freezing space and survived 3,800-degree temperatures while crashing toward the surface four times faster than a commercial jet, but parts made in Chattanooga landed safely on Mars early Monday morning.
Donna Chambers' grandson's therapist suggested the family get him a weighted blanket when he heard about the boy's sleep problems.
The NASA rover that landed on Mars Sunday has brought a bit of Chattanooga to the Red Planet.
Take a step back in time in Sweetwater
Sweetwater is all about the ancient.
A Chattanooga machinery producer is literally and figuratively bridging cultural divides with asphalt.
There's no snow on the ground, lights on the trees or a fat bearded man sitting in the mall, but at Hamilton Place's Mac Authority store, tax free weekend may as well be the end of December.
Name: Rocket Link Mobile Location: Based in Chattanooga Contact information: Contact founder Zach Goldstein at 443-244-1993. For more information, visit RocketLinkMobile.com or email email@example.com. Application available on the Android Play Store
Dalton, Ga., lost more jobs than any other U.S. metropolitan area in the past year as the self-described Carpet Capital failed to match the recession rebound in most of the country.
Some Northwest Georgia telephone customers could see their rates as much as double by the end of the year.