The air-conditioning is struggling against the summer heat. Residents in the hallway talk of broken lightbulbs and appliances.
Interstate travelers today are likely to be lured by the siren's song of cheap and plentiful fireworks along Tennessee's highways, in spite of forecasts that call for rain tonight and on Independence Day.
Stick a fork in it, the Ruth's Chris Steakhouse on Lifestyle Way is finally done.
Question: Whatever happened to political candidate Scottie Mayfield?
An unprecedented demand by an Arkansas jury for Henry G. Luken III to pay $47.4 million more for a money-losing business that he bought for $18.5 million has forced Luken Communications into bankruptcy.
The rehearsals are done, the camera equipment has been tested. It's a little dark in the Ranger Rick gallery of the Tennessee Aquarium, but light isn't an issue for this team of videographers and software engineers.
The owners of Patten Towers have violated a low-income tax credit agreement and have not taken the steps necessary to become certified as a low-income management group in Tennessee, the state charged in a letter sent to PK Management's founder.
Chattanooga will use less electricity this year and the next than originally thought, according to EPB projections, creating a deficit that will cut into revenue at the city-owned utility.
FirstBank owner and avid outdoorsman Jim Ayers visited Chattanooga on Wednesday to drum up business for his bank and trim some market share from his Scenic City rivals.
Among the tangle of government agencies responsible for the welfare of Patten Towers' displaced residents, the buck ultimately stops with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which is required by law to ensure decent, safe and sanitary standards for the building's 241 elderly and disabled tenants.
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is looking for redemption.
A sea of white working- and middle-class customers noisily chows down on hot chicken and catfish under the cool covered porch at Champy's
Propex will shutter its 1 million-square-foot Nashville, Ga., plant over the next six months, transferring operations to the company's existing Hazlehurst, Ga. facility.
Company also consolidates woven manufacturing at Hazlehurst
Propex will shutter its 1 million-square-foot Nashville, Ga. plant over the next six months, transferring operations to the company’s existing Hazlehurst, Ga. facililty, the company announced today.
Donations to Chattanooga area relief organizations have failed to keep pace with more than $80,000 in expenditures during the Patten Towers crisis.
EPB crews are “on scene and enroute” to deal with a growing number of outages through the Chattanooga area that surpassed 2,000 around 3 p.m., said spokesman John Pless.
Edna Branford fumbled with the handle of her dishwasher on Tuesday, craning her neck to find the latch.
Clutching clear plastic bags that contained all the possessions they could carry, the residents of Patten Towers waited in clusters under a hastily erected Red Cross tent. It was time to evacuate.
Efforts are finally underway to relocate the displaced residents of Patten Towers to nearby hotels.
Patten Towers residents won't return to their apartments for six to eight weeks following a 1,500-degree electrical fire in the basement that revealed a list of problems at the troubled downtown landmark.
Representatives of the company that owns Patten Towers said residents of the 11-story, low-income apartment building won’t be able to move back into their homes for six to eight weeks.
The idea behind the Section 8 voucher program is to provide "decent, safe and sanitary" housing to low-income families at an affordable price, according to guidelines published by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
As firefighters roared onto the street on Tuesday night, their trucks' ribcage-rattling horns and blazing lights trumpeting an imminent arrival, there was no way to tell whether they were heading toward an actual emergency, a maintenance problem or yet another in a long string of daily alarms at Chattanooga's Patten Towers.
As the Scenic City's population continues to swell, Chattanooga is getting closer to edging out Knoxville as the most populous city in East Tennessee, U.S. Census Bureau estimates show.
Creditors and Ponzi scheme victims on Friday filed an involuntary bankruptcy petition against Jason Franklin Brown, son of apparent Ponzi scheme mastermind Jack E. Brown.
Unum on Thursday trumpeted the success of its conservative business model, which has continued to deliver steady returns and rising profits for the Chattanooga-based insurer in spite of a spotty job market.
Whitewater rafting is good for more than just screams and splashes, tourism officials said Wednesday at the unveiling of the first-ever economic impact study of the Ocoee River.
The housing recovery isn't around the corner. It's here. Mostly.
Despite no longer being required to attend, former City Councilman Manny Rico showed up to Thursday's unveiling of Little Liberty, the 11-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty located in the lobby of newly-renovated Liberty Tower.
SupportSeven, a Chattanooga-based call center founded by payday loan millionaire Carey V. Brown, says it has expanded its Brainerd Road location.
An 11-foot replica of the Statue of Liberty, cast from the original mold discovered in 2005, lit up Chattanooga on Thursday at the unveiling of the 17-floor Liberty Tower. It is one of only four in the world.
Craig Fuller, CEO of Chattanooga-based TransCard, has a secret.
Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise is seeking a "pied piper" to replace interim director Ric Ebersole as the organization goes through its second overhaul in seven years.
The producers of "Iron Man 3" could not have made a less appropriate choice when they depicted Chattanooga as a deep-fried technological backwater in their blockbuster film.
A handful of luxury cars lined the street outside a towering Ooltewah mansion on Friday, as auctioneers attempted to get the best possible price for one of Chattanooga's most expensive mansions.
An Ooltewah mansion sold today for only a fraction of the $15 million it cost to build.
Mice don't wander too close to mousetraps with no cheese. So, too, big businesses today often look for a juicy package of incentives before spending a fortune on a new factory.
The weather-aged facades of Dalton, Ga.'s shuttered carpet mills soon may receive a fresh coat of paint as the flooring industry prepares to shake off its housing hangover and get the good times rolling.
Southtree, the Chattanooga-based business that converts old photos, film and slides into more easily stored digital content, is doubling in size.
The coming jobs explosion in the Chattanooga region is no surprise to Bob Shaw, chairman and CEO of carpetmaker Engineered Floors.
Carpetmaker Engineered Floors will spend almost half a billion dollars on two new facilities that together will employ up to 2,400 workers in North Georgia's industrial heartland.
The June afternoon in 2007 that Ralph Boe was elected to the top spot at Beaulieu of America was marred by questions about the future of one of the world's largest carpetmakers.
A new state-of-the-art carpet mill in Northwest Georgia soon could add more than 2,000 jobs to the state's manufacturing base.
AT&T has announced that it has turned on LTE in Chattanooga earlier than expected.
Chattanooga's city-owned power utility doesn't often behave like a monopoly electricity distributor.
Craftworks Restaurants & Breweries will begin looking for a new CEO following the departure of Allen Corey, who took over as head of the Chattanooga-based company after it was created in a November 2010 merger.
Astec Industries beat Wall Street expectations by 3 pennies per share in the first quarter, boosting earnings by 10 percent in spite of flat overall revenue.
Businessman Tim Kelly has sold his Chattanooga Infiniti dealership to Furrow Automotive, the Knoxville-based company that also owns Jaguar Land Rover Porsche of Chattanooga.
SunTrust Banks on Friday reported a first-quarter jump in income to $340 million, or 63 cents per share, up from 46 cents per share in the first quarter of 2012.
First Tennessee Bank boosted first quarter earnings by 42 percent to $41 million, or 17 cents per share.