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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.

• Reality Check Monday from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Hixson High School, 5705 Middle Valley Road.

Federal regulators have cited Nissin Brake Georgia Inc., for 11 safety and health violations uncovered in a June inspection of the company’s Rock Spring, Ga., facility.

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Volkswagen AG is to plow about $107 billion into its business over the next five years to fuel expansion and develop new models and technology as it tries to top Toyota as the world’s sales leader.

Grocery shopping and need to where the olives are?

One of Hixson's biggest shopping centers has sold for more than twice the price it was bought for just three years ago.

Employers added nearly 42,000 workers across Tennessee and Georgia last month, cutting the jobless rate in both states by two-tenths of a percentage point.

Drones are aircraft and therefore should be regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Transportation Safety Board said this week in its long-awaited decision on a 2011 drone incident at the University of Virginia involving Raphael Pirker.

Volkswagen, whose Super Bowl spot "The Force" in 2011 for the Chattanooga-made Passat made huge waves, will sit out the game this year, according to Ad Age.

Koch Foods on Wednesday denied its Chattanooga processing plant is inhumanely treating chickens by scalding the birds alive and shackling them upside-down before slicing open their throats, wings and chests while still conscious.

The door was locked and the blinds closed at American Laser Skincare on Wednesday, evidence that the Michigan-based company with Gunbarrel Road office hadn't changed its mind.

After six months of deliberation with residents, ANT Group developer Sam Issa will get his project at the intersection of East Brainerd and Ooltewah-Ringgold roads.

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