Job site managers, business owners and highway crew chiefs may be the first people interested in jumping on trucks outfitted with Wi-Fi, said the general sales manager of a Chattanooga dealership that will receive its first such vehicle in the next few days.
It’s no stretch to say that leggings/tights are back for fall 2008, said Suzanne Bishop, owner of Frankie & Julian’s, a fashion boutique on Frazier Avenue.
Bollywood dance, a global fusion style found in Hindi cinema and growing in popularity, has finally wound its way into Chattanooga.
Karin Dering, dorm head for Lowrance Hall at The Baylor School, calls today’s youth a “multitasking generation.”
In Hamilton County, smoking rates are below the state average, more people are eating fruits and vegetables and access to health care is better than the state average, according to a survey from the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department.
Everywhere Greg Nance goes on Signal Mountain these days, somebody is talking about reading the Bible.
The topic of virginity at the Video Music Awards would seem to more closely resemble an oxymoron than controversy.
As more women go to college and embark on careers, many are putting off marriage, at least for a while.
Whether you wrap it around your neck, head, shoulders or waist, one of the season’s classic accessories is the scarf.
Chattanooga is a natural at attracting retirees, and a couple of concerted efforts have built on that advantage.
Though the trucking industry is suffering from increased fuel costs and a soft freight market, local trucking companies have upped recruiting efforts and are reaching out to new groups.
Decades ago, Americans only considered buying Fords, Chevys and Buicks.
Chattanooga utility EPB has gone on a fiber binge, stringing fiber-optic lines to substations to enhance the electric system in a prelude to offering residential telecommunications service.
From environmentally friendly construction to remote deposits, Chattanooga area banks are either going green, upgrading their technology or implementing the latest user-friendly floor plan.
When John Sweet began searching for a new location to house Niedlov’s Breadworks, Main Street was still relatively unknown and unfamiliar — at least to business owners and artists.