• Entrepreneur Bookkeeping Monday from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Tennessee Small Business Development Center, 100 Cherokee Blvd.
The Cleveland-based Life Care Home Health, the sister company of Life Care Centers of America, has completed its previously announced sale of its 13 home health care agencies for $10 million.
Where the bed should be, there's instead an examination table complete with crackling procedural paper on top.
The lights have gone out at Chattanooga's Electric Cowboy.
Destin, Fla., flights could begin in spring
Citing pent-up demand, commuter airline Southern Airways Express will start daily nonstops between Chattanooga and Memphis next month, and the carrier is looking at flights from the Scenic City to Destin, Fla., by next spring.
With TV coverage of the Tennessee game this weekend confined to the SEC network, Vols football fans without a high-end cable package will be forced to watch the contest at a bar or a buddy's house.
For the ninth consecutive year, Site Selection magazine has ranked the Tennessee Valley Authority among its Top 10 North American utilities for economic development.
A massive renovation of a hotel site that was in foreclosure two years ago drew top brass from a nationwide lodging company, along with local tourism officials.
A citizen who successfully sued the city of Chattanooga and Hamilton County could see the return of more than $75,000 in attorneys' fees after proving to Chancellor Frank Brown that a Chattanooga board secretly approved $9 million in taxpayer support for a residential-golf course development.
Covenant Transport Inc. has boosted its mileage rates and tuition reimbursement for most of its 2,300 drivers to help maintain and recruit workers as the shipping industry rebounds from the recession.
Chattanooga is the 34th best city in America for biking, according to a new ranking of the cities by Bicycle magazine.
August is a big month in Tennessee's thriving community of entrepreneurs: it's when many of Tennessee's startup accelerators host "demo days" to mark the graduation of their summer cohorts.
A war to stop the spread of municipal broadband Internet is raging.
John "Thunder" Thornton, the driving force behind the 9,000-acre Jasper Highlands development, has weighed into the debate over whether EPB and other municipalities should be allowed to expand high-speed broadband in the face of criticism from cable giants.
A Chattanooga Industrial Development Board member who made the motion last month to accept the Black Creek tax-increment financing deal apparently has been serving improperly since 2002 because he doesn't live in the city.