Two former Chattanooga Volkswagen plant employees said Friday that working with a union could benefit current workers by bettering health and safety conditions at the factory.
Chattanooga's biggest bank cut costs and boosted profits in the first quarter, beating Wall Street estimates by 4 cents per share.
Easter brings around more than sunrise services, cool pastels and egg hunts in the yard for a handful of local business leaders.
• Entrepreneur bookkeeping Monday from 1 to 2 p.m. at the TN Small Business Development Center, 100 Cherokee Blvd.
Tennessee's attorney general on Thursday sought to revoke subpoenas for Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and other state officials who were served earlier by the United Auto Workers for the union's appeal hearing next week.
Bill Kilbride came from New York to Chattanooga 23 years ago at the request of college friend John "Thunder" Thornton.
A Chattanooga restaurant and bar will either have to stop selling alcohol for three days or pay a $1,000 fine after overserving a drunk customer, the Chattanooga Beer and Wrecker Board decided Thursday.
The Chattanooga Visitors Center is shrinking, again.
Tennessee doctors support more than 143,000 jobs and generate $20.1 billion in economic activity, according to a new report released Thursday by the Tennessee Medical Association and the American Medical Association.
This year, an estimated 11 million people will scrawl a phone number on a “for sale” sign and tape it to the back window of an unloved automobile, with hopes to make more from the sale than they would from selling their car to an auto dealer.
Four years ago, Co.Lab was barely more than an idea: just a couple of guys running around the city, hosting events and talking about entrepreneurship.
After many homeowners paid record high power bills through the winter, electric customers will get a bit of a spring reprieve next month.
Groundbreaking for a new $9 million assisted living community on Shallowford Road will be held Tuesday.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam doesn't plan to be in Chattanooga on Monday for a scheduled National Labor Relations Board hearing to which he and 23 others were subpoenaed by the United Auto Workers.
A Franklin, Tenn., developer has been brought in to oversee the remaining buildout of Black Creek Mountain Community, one of Chattanooga’s biggest housing developments taking shape in the shadow of Aetna Mountain near the Hamilton County-Marion County line.