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Bass Pro Shops developer Exit One LLC will swap fill dirt from Camp Jordan Park for a list of company-bought park improvements, including a large pavilion with fire pit, new restrooms and renovated existing restrooms.

Ortwein Sign co-owner Jim Teal says the people who create the big signs which are up at such Chattanooga landmarks as Volkswagen and The Block are skilled craftsmen rather than simply workmen.

A Nashville investment group created in 2010 to buy and manage real estate in the Southeast bought apartment complexes in Chattanooga and Red Bank this week and is looking to buy even more rental properties in what investors see as a strong apartment market in the Chattanooga area.

More people sought U.S. unemployment benefits last week, though the trend in benefit applications in the past month remained low.

Volkswagen's global works council is backing the United Auto Workers' newest effort to organize employees at the carmaker's Chattanooga plant, while UAW opponents have created an online petition to fuel its own unionizing initiative.

Chattanooga Whiskey distillery on the move again

Downtown distillery scrapped as search begins for sturdier site

Chattanooga Whiskey, the upstart company that repealed a Prohibition-era law and helped kick off the startup movement in the Scenic City, is scrapping plans to build a distillery and tourist attraction in the John Ross building after structural concerns overwhelmed its vision for the site.

Sonic Automotive, one the nation's largest owners of new-car dealerships, plans to grow its footprint in Chattanooga by buying Hunt Nissan.

The American Quilter's Society kicked off one of the biggest conventions ever in Chattanooga in the first of three years the show will come to town.

CHARLESTON, Tenn. — Online retailer Amazon, which already has created 100 more full-time jobs at its distribution center here, will start a holiday seasonal hiring push next month that could double its head count to about 1,000 workers.

Anticipation turned to shock, then to ire and finally to TV test patterns as a group of Apple aficionados witnessed Tuesday's streaming keynote by the world's biggest technology company jerk to a stuttering, screeching halt.

ATHENS, Tenn. — The government agency responsible for maintaining America's nuclear arsenal wants to continue to use a TVA nuclear power plant to produce bomb material even though tritium leaks from the the process have been nearly four times what was originally projected.

Tesla Motors has opened its first supercharger station in Tennessee at Chattanooga Airport.

CUPERTINO, Calif. — For the first time in years, Apple's iPhones weren't the star of the show. Apple unveiled a smartwatch on Tuesday, a wearable device that marks the company's first major entry in a new product category since the iPad's debut in 2010.

General Electric, a household name for more than a century in part for making households easier to run, is leaving the home.

David Bruce found no answers Monday when he briefed planning commissioners on the problems he is having getting a visible sign at Chattanooga Bone & Joint Surgeons on Gunbarrel Road.

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