The Bulldogs and Vols square off Saturday on CBS, but a down-and-dirty contract dispute between Dish Network and provider Morris Network may mean that Chattanooga Dish subscribers won’t get the big game.
Change ‘N’ Go takes oil changes to customers. Mechanics meet each customer at his or her workplace and change the vehicle’s oil in the parking lot.
Julie Watters was driving down a narrow road in England listening to the radio Friday when the impact of the U.S. government's possible shutdown on Tuesday really hit her.
Project: Hamilton on Hunter North. Owner: Bell Development. Location: Hunter Road, Ooltewah.
There's a difference between a steak and a Big Mac — and that's the logic owners of a local health club franchise are banking on as they plan to add three new Chattanooga locations in the next 12 months.
A worldwide digital ink manufacturer opens a new production facility in Soddy-Daisy today.
Drivers hit the pumps Wednesday as Chattanooga gas prices dropped under $3 in parts of the city.
Bill Holt, Marla Merritt and Tina Mead are sort of like the three musketeers — they’ve been in business together for 25 years, sharing lows and highs and battles.
McLEMORE'S COVE, Ga. — Jeff McIntire walked over to hang his damp blanket out to dry at the Union camp's treeline Saturday night. As he did, he heard the rumble of distant artillery and counted the seconds between the flashes and booms to figure out how far away the fight was.
One of the prime gateways to downtown Chattanooga will be developed as a mixed-use apartment and retail building, according to property owner River City Company.
Bonnie Pinkerton drove 220 miles from Bowling Green, Ky., to the 150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Chickamauga on Saturday and promptly got stuck in the mud.
Project: Iron Horse subdivision. Owner: Legends Holdings, LLC. Location: 5983 and 5987 Winding Lane, Hixson.
Q. Whatever happened to the historic North Chattanooga fire hall that was up for sale in June?
Does downtown need more parking spaces? Do one-way streets help or hurt? What's the solution for the city's empty office spaces and old buildings?
A furniture manufacturer headquartered in Cleveland, Tenn., has added 50 new jobs in Cleveland and is opening two new plants in Mississippi to meet growing demand.
A new, multicolored apartment complex on North Market Street in Chattanooga that drew ire from neighbors now sports a slightly tweaked final color scheme that still includes eight bright hues.
A majority of American adults now own a smartphone — and Internet providers are starting to target that growing mobile market by rolling out smartphone apps that extend the home Internet experience to the road.
The founders of Chattanooga-based third-party logistics firm Access America Transport have launched a new business to handle international shipping.
The gig is going on sale — for 77 percent off.
Project: Einstein Bros Bagels. Owner: Rob Renner, Michael Hoops, Della Renner. Location: 7737 East Brainerd Road.
A new Southern-style restaurant will open Monday in Warehouse Row in downtown Chattanooga.
City planners approved a Chattanooga developer's plan to expand a Hixson subdivision despite objections from neighbors at a Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission meeting Monday.
Pins and Needles Quilt Shop sells custom quilts, consignment quilts, fabrics, books and tons of quilt-related supplies.
Project: The Vision Building Owner: Vision Hospitality Group, Inc. Location: 411 Broad St.
A new outpatient facility offering substance abuse treatment has opened in Chattanooga.
A new Michaels store opens today at the Shops at Northgate Mall in Hixson.
A Rossville, Ga., company that offers aquaponics programs in Walker County schools has been named a finalist in a statewide competition sponsored by the Technology Association of Georgia Education Collaborative.
Rain is a tricky thing for a farmer — too little and the crops die. Too much and the crops die.
A new collaborative workspace is opening in downtown Chattanooga this week that aims to put attorneys at the same table as artists and marketers at the same table as accountants.
As soon as raft outfitter Carlo Smith heard that a Wednesday rock slide on U.S. Highway 64 might shut down access to the Ocoee River during one of the busiest rafting weekends of the year, he and other commercial rafters started brainstorming work-arounds.
One lane on U.S. Highway 64 is now open after a rockslide closed the road Wednesday night, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
Jerry Lewis and his wife, Anna, packed up their RV Thursday to make the drive from Georgia to Pigeon Forge, Tenn., for a Labor Day camping trip.
Every technology conference has its own flavor.
More than 100 rafters were waiting on the shore for their chance on the river when Marnita McGruder fell out of her raft and died on the Ocoee River on Saturday.
Grace Hookway kayaked the Ocoee River on Monday, but she skipped the first major rapid in the Middle Ocoee. Because it's the same rapid -- "Grumpy's" -- where two women died in separate incidents Saturday and Sunday after falling out of their professionally guided rafts.
The names of the two women who died while rafting on the Ocoee River this weekend have been released.
An Atlanta developer is building a $4 million self-storage facility on Broad Street in Chattanooga's Southside.
Project: Southern Surgical Arts building. Owner: Carey Nease and Pam Nease, Nease Property Development. Location: 1405 Cowart Street.
Cynthia Gill's bird barn is hallowed ground.
The world's first portable, scalable, stand-alone aquaponics system squishes a 2.5-acre farm into a semitrailer.
People were lined up out the door when Chattanooga bowling alley and entertainment center Pin Stripes opened on the Fourth of July, and customers faced a hour-and-a-half wait for one of the alley's 24 lanes.
Project: The Jump Park.
Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke is launching a new program to give away city-owned land to private developers who agree to build quality, affordable housing on the lots.
Hamilton County tourists spent more than $989 million last year -- and numbers like that make an $8 million increase in the state's tourism budget a no-brainer for Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam.
Cindy Day wants geotourists in her bakery.
A local health care company has committed $600,000 to a Chattanooga startup and Gig Tank graduate to fully fund the startup's first year.
Nooga Paws is a natural pet market that focuses on healthy, natural foods and recycled, post-consumer products.
City planners approved a proposed $7 million townhome and apartment development in East Brainerd at the Chattanooga Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission meeting Monday.
Bob Metcalf wore a suit, a tie and bright red-and-yellow sneakers when he took the stage at Gig Tank’s Demo Day last week to be interviewed by U.S. Ignite CEO Bill Wallace about gigabit-per-second Internet speeds and entrepreneurship.
Employees at Roper Corp. in LaFayette, Ga., blasted patriotic country music and waved red, white and blue pompoms while they waited for Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to arrive Friday to recognize the plant’s expansion.