Three vacant restaurant spots in the 800 block of Market Street have been snatched up.
After two years of union organizing at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant, a hard-fought worker vote and a bruising appeal cut short on Monday, the automaker was urged to refocus on assembling and selling cars.
Astec Industries was one of the biggest losers on Wall Street Tuesday after the Chattanooga-based paving and construction equipment maker reported lower-than-expected earnings for the first quarter.
Home sales slipped in March as would-be buyers continue to grapple with tough credit standards and too few houses on the market.
A three-story self-storage building with 582 units is now open at 1380 Broad Street.
Assembly of a new vehicle at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant is now more likely after the United Auto Workers backed off Monday on its appeal of the factory's union vote, an expert says.
It’s a World of Beer that’s taking over Qdoba’s old spot at 412 Market St.
Move over Choo Choo, Chattanooga could soon have a new railroad — and this one won't just be the stuff of legends and Big Band music.
Construction is underway on a contentious new 260-unit apartment complex about a mile north of Hamilton Place mall at the corner of Pinewood Drive and Gunbarrel Road.
Denise Collins and Melanie Ferguson began teaching classes at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in fall of 2013 and opened the new studio on March 28.
Delta Air Lines has agreed to share data on its performance levels at Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport after Chattanooga fliers complained about cancelled and delayed flights in February, airport president and CEO Terry Hart said Monday.
Four beers made by brands owned by the Chattanooga-based CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries earned medals during the recent World Beer Cup in Denver.
The Council for Community and Economic Research looked at the cost of living in 308 urban areas in the United States, crunching the numbers on everything from the average price of a supermarket can of coffee, to average rent on a two bedroom apartment, to the cost of a T-bone steak.
Growing up in a two-bedroom home as one of eight siblings in rural North Carolina, Dallas Bunton learned early in life what it was like to be poor and have bill collectors knocking at the door.
The call came in late on a weekend night. A little girl's braces had broken and were cutting into her mouth. But the family was traveling, staying at the Hilton Garden Inn in Chattanooga near Hamilton Place, and they couldn't find a dentist.