German investment in the Chattanooga area — already in the billions of dollars — stands ready to ramp up in the future, especially if Volkswagen lands new production, officials said Friday.
Federal regulators have granted another nine-month extension of TVA's construction permit for the oft-delayed Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant to give TVA a cushion in meeting its targeted completion of the plant's second reactor.
A pair of companies investing and adding new jobs in Chattanooga drew property tax breaks Friday, but questions were raised about the need for the inducements and the transparency of negotiations over them.
Tennessee and Georgia added 118,700 jobs over the past year to boost employment totals in both states to the highest level since President Obama was elected.
A Chattanooga startup made it to the final eight finalists in a worldwide investment competition in which promising startups compete for 1 million euros.
The latest plan to build one of the biggest developments ever in Chattanooga is slated to be rolled out next month, and officials give it a better chance for city approval than controversial past proposals.
A Soddy-Daisy lakeside estate listed for $2.8 million sold for less than $1 million at an auction without reserve Thursday, despite six interested bidders.
Home sales through the Greater Chattanoga Association of Realtors fell by 2.3 percent last month, but new property listing were up 15.2 percent. Local Realtors sold 564 residential properties during October at a median sales price of $137,500.
It was a nice idea, it just didn’t work. That’s what some business owners are saying about Project Popup, a River City Company iniative that offered reduced rents and marketing incentives to move new businesses into the then-empty CitiPark building at 801 Chestnut Street.
Power drop hurts tax equivalent payments
Falling fuel prices may be benefit ting consumers with cheaper electric bills, but the decline in power sales is projected to cost state and local governments in the Tennessee Valley another $25 million this year from one of its biggest taxpayers.
A new environmentally friendly system of handling rainwater runoff on development projects will put Chattanooga in the forefront nationally if the standards are approved early next year, an official said Wednesday.
DETROIT - Cars that run on hydrogen and exhaust only water vapor are emerging to challenge electric vehicles as the world's transportation of the future.
The Benwood Foundation's program to promote locally grown food will shut down at the end of the year, almost four years after the initiative was launched.
An 18-month-old outdoor gear company took the top prize at the Co.Lab's "Will this Float?" startup competition Tuesday night.
With 44 years in the funeral business, Chattanoogan Russell Friberg says he knows how fast change can take place.