In 2012, advocates of the silver screen made serious headway putting Chattanooga on filmmakers’ maps, and for 2013, that trend seems set to continue.
PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE - HISTORY CENTER REINVENTS ITSELF
The Chattanooga History Center is taking interactivity to a whole new level with the opening of its new facility this fall. Dr. Daryl Black, the CHC’s executive director...
HAMILTON COUNTY'S BIGGEST EMPLOYERS
Chattanooga is home to the nation’s biggest privately owned bakery (McKee Foods), Volkswagen’s only U.S. assembly plant, the world’s biggest disability insurer (Unum), the state’s biggest health insurer...
HOME SALES ON THE REBOUND
Chattanooga’s housing market showed marked improvement in 2012, reversing years of declines as homebuyers broke out their checkbooks and pulled the trigger on almost $1 billion in new purchases.
EXPLORE, LEARN AND OBSERVE
With an economy that depends heavily on tourism, Chattanooga is not short on “must-see” attractions. From museums to battlefields, from the barn-famous Rock City and Ruby Falls to the music-famous Chattanooga Choo Choo, anyone visiting...
COLLEGE LIFE: SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
There are many opportunities
in the Tennessee Valley
for higher education at more
than a dozen colleges and