Statistics can be dull, and they almost never paint a complete picture of a topic. But they can also be a vital source of support in showing that a business is working.
If you haven’t heard of GreenForm yet, chances are you will soon. In just a few years, it has grown from a few friends with a roofing company to a full-fledged construction, roofing and solar business with around a dozen full-time employees and multiple subcontractors.
As the second largest Xerox and office copier dealer in the country, XMC, Inc. never runs low on things to brag about. But right now, the company is particularly proud of its completely redeveloped website, www.xmcinc.com, which launched Sept. 1 of this year.
When it comes to feeling safe in your home or workplace, there’s nothing more important.
Whether you’re considering sprucing up a fixture or two or tearing down to studs and starting from scratch, Keefe Plumbing is ready to help with your bathroom remodel.
Health problems are never wanted, but dental issues can pack a double whammy. In addition to the discomfort and mechanical issues they cause, problems involving missing or damaged teeth can be a cosmetic dilemma as well.
It’s hard to believe, but it is back-toschool time. Drs. Robert and Mandy Shearer have some great dental tips to keep kids’ smiles happy and healthy.
Most people in Soddy-Daisy knew about the creek and the secluded gorge that protected it, but otherwise, it was a wellkept secret. The 285-acre area tucked beneath Flat Top Mountain was a private playground for every Huck Finn or Tom Sawyer growing up nearby. Hidden from the prying eyes of parents and police, generations enjoyed climbing on the ruins of an old coal town and inner tubing on the clear, cold water falling from the Cumberland Plateau. Locals called it the Gulf, and if the river could talk, it might have been renamed something much more notorious.