Two years after the money ran out on a new lock for the Chickamauga Dam, key components for the new and bigger lock are still being delivered for the Chattanooga project with funds from the 2009 federal stimulus package.
T-Mobile insists its proposed merger with Metro PCS will strengthen its competitive position against bigger rivals to create more business at its call centers in Chattanooga, Nashville and 15 other communities.
Before some wills or estates are settled or some adoptions or disputes are resolved in Hamilton County Chancery Court, a legal notice of the pending action must be published in the Chattanooga Times Free Press.
The dams and reservoirs of the Tennessee Valley Authority helped avert an estimated $710 million of flood damage to Chattanooga last month.
The Tennessee Valley Authority said Wednesday it has completed its application with federal regulators to extend the operating life of its Sequoyah Nuclear Plant by another 20 years.
TVA dams avert $710 million in damages in Chattanooga last month
The Tennessee Valley Authority said today it has completed its application with federal regulators to extend the operating life of its Sequoyah Nuclear Plant by another 20 years.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is once again starting its fiscal year in the red, but utility officials said Tuesday they aren't going to put TVA on the same "diet and exercise" program they did last year to cut staff and spending — at least yet.
The Tennessee Valley Authority lost $245 million in the final three months of 2012 as industrial power sales slowed and nuclear plant outages pushed up operating expenses.
A former Tennessee Valley Authority vice president was charged Monday with illegally trying to ship money to his native Iran after he lied to TVA about why he needed the money.
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With the stock market showing its best January in nearly two decades, one of Wall Street's best-known prediction tools is signaling investors to buy stocks this year.
Gov. Bill Haslam has decided to vacate a pair of state office buildings in downtown Chattanooga, but another branch of state government may be ready to take over the properties.
The longest serving trustee for Erlanger hospital will continue on the hospital's board even as state legislators consider a plan to revamp the authority's board -- and possibly replace the current board members.
Chattanooga Attorney Russell King was reappointed today to another four-year term on the Erlanger board of trustees.
In its third acquisition in as many months, Mohawk Industries agreed Monday to buy the Belgium panel board maker Spano Invest NV for $168 million.
Labor rulings invalid after court decision, Alexander says
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., today called upon two members of the National Labor Relations Board “to resign immediately, pack their bags and go home” after a federal appellate court last week ruled their presidential appointments were illegal.
Connie Roberts, director of marketing for InfoSystems in Chattanooga, has been appointed to a 3-year term on the IBM North American Business Partner Marketing Advisory Council.
The parent company of Cornerstone Bank in Chattanooga tripled its fourth-quarter income compared with a year ago to boost its earnings for all of 2012 to the best yearly total in four years.
Employers in metropolitan Chattanooga added nearly 2,400 jobs last year to end 2012 with the lowest December jobless rate in five years.
Like his father, Mark Blazek says sales have always been in his blood.
Home sales last year rose to a 5-year high as lower mortgage and jobless rates combined to lift homebuyer confidence.
Nathan Land grew up in the 1980s bow hunting in Northern Idaho with his father, Spencer, who invented some of the best compound bows at that time.
The developer of a mountaintop project near Kimball, Tenn., has settled a legal dispute with one of his lenders, clearing the way for additional home lots to be added in the biggest residential complex ever proposed in Marion County.
DAYTON, Tenn. — The La-Z-Boy recliners assembled here are designed for leisure and relaxation.
Unemployment stagnated in Tennessee and edged up in Georgia at the end of last year.
Industry Week magazine today recognized the La-Z-Boy plant in Dayton, Tenn., as one of the best plants in North America.
Unemployment rose slightly across Georgia last month as layoffs rose at the end of 2012.
January's wet and warmer weather may have flooded some low-lying areas this week, but it also is helping keep some low-income consumers financially afloat with cheaper winter heating bills.
The Tennessee counties with the highest median household income in 2011 are concentrated around Nashville in Middle Tennessee.
Three years after shuttering an aging nursing home in Orchard Knob, Life Care Centers of America is shifting most of that licensed capacity to a new $16 million rehabilitation facility opening next month in Ooltewah.
Most electronics manufacturers are showing off their newest gadgets for tech savvy users at the International Consumer Electronics Show this week, but a Chattanooga company is using the Las Vegas event to introduce a device to simplify communications for hard-of-hearing seniors.
Charlie Brock, the 48-year-old entrepreneur and investor who helped lead FourBridges Capital Advisors, the CoLab and the Chattanooga Renaissance Fund, is heading to Nashville at the end of the month to lead Tennessee's biggest public-private partnership to boost startup businesses.
Charlie Brock, the 48-year-old co-founder of FourBridges Capital Advisors and the Chattanooga Renaissance Fund, has been named chief executive of Launch Tennessee (LaunchTN), the public-private partnership created by the state to support high-growth companies in Tennessee.
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After two years of declining foreclosure activity, the number of Hamilton County properties reclaimed by lenders rose again last year.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. — As revelers around the world rang in the new year last week, the workers and robots on Cormetech's factory floor here continued their around-the-clock production of a key element to help many people breathe a little easier.
Project: HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital expansion
The parent company of Cornerstone Bank in Chattanooga announced today that it has completed a $15 million stock issue to help strengthen the bank's balance sheet for future growth.
Seeing as how the Mayans were wrong about the end of the world, 2013 yawns ahead with promise and plenty of topics to keep under watchful eye.
Chattanooga was the fastest-growing major metropolitan area in Tennessee for job additions during 2012.
The number of bank failures in the United States this year dropped by more than two thirds from the worst of the recession in 2010, but Georgia continued to lead the nation with the most bank failures during 2012.
A new state requirement that Tennesseans getting jobless benefits verify at least three job searches a week has cut off benefits to about 7 percent of those previously getting benefits, according to initial audits by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
Unemployment in Chattanooga fell last month to the lowest level in more than four years as local employers added 4,300 jobs in the six-county metropolitan area over the past year.
Signal Mountain is the best place in Tennessee to raise children, according to a new rating of small towns by Bloomberg Businessweek.
The number of tax deductions has nearly doubled since the last major overhaul of the tax code in 1986.
Unemployment fell last month to a 4-year low across Tennessee and Georgia as the job market continued to rebound from its recession lows of two years ago.
The Federal Reserve Bank's policy of keeping interest rates low until the economy rebounds is cutting one of the biggest expenses for the Tennessee Valley Authority.
The Tennessee Valley Authority announced today it has priced $1 billion of new 30-year global power bonds with an interest rate of 3.5 percent – the lowest rate ever on a TVA 30-year institutional bond.
The winter chill to the pocketbooks of those who heat their homes with electricity won't be quite as cold next month.