The Times Free Press is highlighting the Trends in our city and documenting the People, Places and Products responsible for pushing Chattanooga ahead of the curve. Watch as retailers and manufacturers hard hit by the recession are finding more wind at their backs in Chattanooga.
As the nation searches for ways to create energy, officials for SIAG Aerisyn, a German-based company with a Chattanooga operation, said it's looking forward to a strong 2011.
America's nuclear power renaissance is taking shape along the Tennessee River even before the next generation of nuclear plants is licensed in the United States.
Volkswagen's $1 billion auto assembly plant will lead to "a bright future" for the region's young people, Hamilton County Mayor Claude Ramsey says.
America may have invented the Internet, but the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development estimates the United States now trails at least 14 other countries in the share of homes or businesses with high-speed broadband service.
The entire floorcovering industry breathed a sign of relief when it became clear that 2010 wasn't going to be another 2009.
Hard hit by the economic downturn, real estate is attempting to lift its way out of the recession one house at a time, and local homebuilders and agents said they are optimistic for strong sales through the year's end.
National health reform measures likely will precipitate fundamental changes in how medical care is delivered to patients, as providers cope with a new health care landscape, local health care leaders and doctors say.
New auto sales in Hamilton County have raced ahead of last year's mark through May as a recovery in the industry sets in, according to officials.
Chattanooga-area homeowners are looking for green when it comes to flower beds, gardens and lawns.