Packaging firm adding 105 jobs, investing $18.1 million
New products, added markets and more business from existing customers are fueling an expansion by Southern Champion Tray, catapulting its Chattanooga workforce by 105 employees over three years.
TVA study recommends keeping coal units at Shawnee
After deciding to shut down coal-fired generation at a half dozen other power plants, the Tennessee Valley Authority appears ready to clean up, rather than close down, two more units at its aging Shawnee coal plant in Paducah, Ky.
More than two weeks after the controversial ride-sharing application Uber launched in Chattanooga, two city councilmen have proposed competing ordinances to regulate Internet-based ride services.
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. economy grew even faster in the third quarter than initially thought, posting the strongest six months of growth in more than a decade and pulling further ahead of other big economies of the world.
A group of Chattanooga investors is staking out a place in the growing natural foods business with plans to put in a new Hixson grocery store with an organic focus.
More upscale townhouses are coming to downtown Chattanooga as a developer is moving ahead with plans to build up to a dozen more units on Walnut Street.
As a foster parent coordinator, Kennith Starnes typically drives his van from 300 to 600 miles a week.
One of Chattanooga’s pioneering downtown craft beer markets will close next month, a victim of the crowded field of new competitors selling craft beers in the Scenic City.
The busiest shopping sales days are all during the last six weeks of the year.
In time for Black Friday, Kelley Blue Book has named the Chattanooga-made Volkswagen Passat as the best car deal nationwide.
Budweiser of Cookeville will distribute Double Cola products in the 11-county Cookeville metro area, including Crossville, Sparta, Jamestown, Livington and Smithville, Tenn.
The Northshore Gallery of Contemporary Art will close by the end of the year.
The images would turn your stomach, so we won't lay them out here.
Mike Giaccone could, admittedly, talk all day about Assemblers Inc., the company he founded in Chattanooga in 1997 and the one he currently leads as president and CEO.
A Belgium firm that’s moving its U.S. headquarters and a distribution facility to Chattanooga won property tax breaks Friday, but not before questions were raised about the deal.