Bridging the digital divide: Tech Town broadens broadband connections

Published Feb. 1 2018

The Martin Luther King holiday in January may have been a day off of school for most students, but for...

Employee diversity groups help connect, develop differing workers

Published Feb. 1 2018

Joining America's biggest government utility may be a bit daunting, especially if you are not among the more than 70...

Naked Sales: It's More Popular Than You Think

Published Feb. 1 2018

A friend of mine told me she hates salespeople.


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Indians make their mark on the Scenic City's business community [photos]

Published Feb. 1 2018

Double-Cola is Chattanooga's home-grown soft drink.

Groups set out to improve status of women

Published Feb. 1 2018

Several local women's groups, energized by the current political and cultural climate, are banding together in an effort to elevate...

New Web platform matches local nonprofits with diverse talent [photos]

Published Feb. 1 2018

After examining the strengths and weaknesses of the Chattanooga Design Studio's board of directors, Chairman Ethan Collier identified a lack...

Old downtown building seeks new owner

Published Feb. 1 2018

A building that's among downtown Chattanooga's oldest structures — and sits next to one of the city's newest — is...

Fight the Freeze With Food

Published Jan. 14 2018

For those who survived last week's polar vortex (I barely did), let us never be caught in the cold again....

Outlook 2018: Five trends that will shape the region in the year ahead

Published Jan. 1 2018

The new year begins with the strongest economy in Chattanooga in more than a decade.

New hangout spots, eateries, clubs expand options in downtown Chattanooga

Published Jan. 1 2018

Chattanoogans who were around the in 1970s can remember when the Brass Register was one of the first restaurants to...

Getting fit in the new year: Spire Lab's Rove app puts competitive zeal in encouraging fitness

Published Jan. 1 2018

Every new year comes with the same old resolution for most of America.

Former Buehler's Market site shopped

Published Jan. 1 2018

The site of a former longtime downtown Chattanooga fixture is available as the central city's redevelopment continues.

Apartments, manufacturing, lodging among new construction in Chattanooga

Published Jan. 1 2018

Undergoing an array of new building projects, downtown Chattanooga is expected to see a steady 2018 even though apartment construction...

The secret to winning people over and getting things done

Published Jan. 1 2018

Would you ever stand in the way of a rocket going into space? Do you want to hold your country...

Finding workers for today's jobs is biggest challenge for most employers

Published Jan. 1 2018

In the heyday of the post-World War II industrial expansion, Chattanooga billed itself as "the Dynamo of Dixie" and boasted...

Chattanooga region to benefit from IMPROVE Act projects

Published Jan. 1 2018

Gary Farlow says that companies in the Cleveland, Tennessee, area depend on their products reaching the marketplace, and reducing bottlenecks...

Electric Future: Scenic City to build on its battery-powered past

Published Jan. 1 2018

Chattanooga already has a high-voltage history in electric vehicles with CARTA's long-running battery-powered shuttle buses. But new and proposed transportation...

BrightBridge in Chattanooga becomes first CDFI to go statewide

Published Jan. 1 2018

Dustin Choate, a Winston-Salem, North Carolina, native, brought North Carolina's early fervor for craft beers to North Chattanooga in December...

Biggest real estate sales in 2017 are local apartment complexes

Published Dec. 31 2017

The sale of major apartment complexes comprised most of the biggest real estate sales in Hamilton County during 2017.

Forget startup businesses, Chattanooga is home to many 100-year-old stalwarts

Published Dec. 1 2017

Chattanooga aims to nurture startup businesses.

Saluting Chattanooga business leaders who had the most influence on the region's economy in 2017

Published Dec. 1 2017

Chattanooga's downtown skyline took on a new look in 2017 with the tallest new building erected in decades added in...

James McKissic: Office of Multicultural Affairs director champions arts, diversity

Published Dec. 1 2017

James McKissic became the third director of the city's 12-year-old Office of Multicultural Affairs in May 2012, expanding the agency...

Rebecca Ashford: New president has Chattanooga State on the move

Published Dec. 1 2017

Politicians often run for office on a jobs platform, but few people in public life can actually bend a local...