Diamond Building Supply to close operation
Red Bank’s oldest lumber yard is closing this fall after more than 75 years of operation. Diamond Building Supply, a lumber yard and distributor of building parts on Dayton Boulevard, began a liquidation sale Thursday as the owners prepare to retire. The business has operated under different owners and names since the 1940s in Red Bank.
“It’s tough to compete with the larger warehouse stores,” said Tim Richardson, general manager for the five-employee business. “The building industry is cyclical, but it’s never been down for so long.”
Medical spa adds treatment
The Tin Aesthetic and Wellness Spa opened Thursday in Fort Wood with the only “Lumenis One” treatment in Chattanooga.
The new spa, located at 930 Oak Street, features a state-of the-art laser hair, vein and sun spot removal machine that combines intense pulsed light and ND YAG lasers for dramatic improvements to imperfections like spider veins, age spots, sun damage, unwanted hair and ruddy complexions. Susan Hargis is the director and Dr. Pe Tan Tin is the medical director for the new business.
Get breaking news from the Times Free Press on Twitter at www.twitter.com/timesfreepress or by visiting us on Facebook or Twitter at the right:
related articles »
When Corinne Hill came to town in March 2012 to take over as the executive director of Chattanooga’s library system, ...
The difference in talent between Calhoun and Murray County — aside from the experience of the teams — is staggering.
The speech President Barack Obama gave eight days ago in Chattanooga was jam-packed with facts and figures.
Tennessee’s annual sales tax exemption weekend sent consumers out in full force, turning back-to-school shopping sprees into a larger frenzy ...