Chattanooga knife company Frost Cutlery is adding a new retail store to its Ooltewah headquarters.
A nationwide franchise of coffee shops is making its debut in Chattanooga. And in Hixson. And Cleveland. And eventually, in North Georgia, too.
A small Chattanooga metal recycling business met stiff opposition to its plan to move into the Alton Park neighborhood at a regional planning meeting Monday — and the strongest opponent was a similar business with plans to open a $5 million facility down the street.
This tropically decorated ice cream truck serves both shaved ice and prepackaged ice cream and aims to take the mobile ice cream business to the next level.
A Chattanooga-based hotel development company is building a new, four-story mixed-use office building in the heart of downtown.
Project: Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy expansion Location: 1800 Bailey Ave. Size: 4,200 to 4,400 square feet
Last year at Aubrey's, the doors opened for Mother's Day at 11 a.m. and all 250 seats in the Cleveland, Tenn., restaurant were continuously full until 5 p.m. The rush didn't end until 9 p.m.
In 1913, Henry Ford opened his first moving assembly line for the Model T, American women were seven years out from winning the right to vote and the Walter A. Wood Supply Co. was founded in Chattanooga.
From homemade cobblers to country fried steak and okra, JC's Family BBQ serves up a range of lunch and dinner options.
At the end of the month, 22-year-old Tyler Dixon will pack his life into his 1997 Toyota Camry and make a 36-hour drive to California to put his newly minted bachelor's degree to use.
The audience was dead silent as the four McCallie School seniors faced off against the team from Missouri's Hannibal High School. It was the national championship, this was the final round, and the two teams were neck-and-neck.
John Underwood found his name on the layoff list at Alstom a few weeks ago and at about the same time ran into the chance to buy a bar in Soddy-Daisy.
Lisa Strait strolled through the brightly lit aisles at Enzo's Market with a cart and a grin.
In gray pants and a black shirt, toting a folder, Shemique Branch meandered from booth to booth at the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga's jobs fair Tuesday, shaking hands and accepting business cards.
The Woodbridge Group is opening a new manufacturing plant in Chattanooga.
Project: Iris Knoll subdivision Owner: Amicus LLC Location: Petunia Court in Hixson
A North Shore neighborhood is fighting a developer's plans to build a three-story apartment building on Cherokee Boulevard, and opponents have convinced city planners not to approve the initial plans for the site.
With racing stripes, flames on the hood, rusty hinges, vintage tires and souped up engines, the Mustangs, Corvettes, Monte Carlos and Chargers — just about any make and model created, really — have two things in common.
Thousands of hot rod and high performance cars will roll into Chattanooga this summer as part of the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour, publisher Jeff Dahlin announced today.
Project: Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches Owner: Ben Frizzell Contractor: Frizzell Construction
Lovers of burritos, tacos, enchiladas and nachos, listen up: a chain of quick-service Mexican restaurants plans to open four new locations in the greater Chattanooga region by 2017.
The dusty construction workers swing sledgehammers at the 23-inch brick wall and with each collision the bricks crumble, opening a bigger hole in the side of the building.
Two years ago, Chattanooga dentist Charles Holt Jr. was making plans to move out of his downtown office so TDOT could put an exit ramp right through his building.
Chattanooga gas prices have fallen 19 cents a gallon over the past month and are 43 cents a gallon below a year ago — the biggest yearly drop since the recession in 2009.
The stretch of Highway 27 that cuts through Chattanooga will be widened and updated in an $80-million dollar project, Tennessee Department of Transportation commissioner John Schroer announced today.
After spending years stuck in the pipeline, Chattanooga's new Embassy Suites on Shallowford Road is scheduled to open in just eight weeks.
The hydrographic process puts a protective, patterned coating on any object — from snakeskin on a spotlight to camouflage on a gun.
City planners gave developers the go-ahead on a proposed 254-unit apartment complex on Shallowford Road after more than an hour of debate and compromise between area residents and Murfreesboro, Tenn., developer TDK Construction on Monday.
Nine fledgling businesses competed for the top spots in The Company Lab's first all-female 48-Hour Launch.
Project: Stonebrook subdivision Owner: Emerson Properties Location: Near the intersection of Wooten and Graysville roads in Ringgold, Ga.
The Publix grocery store planned for Chattanooga's North Shore will open in early 2014, Publix officials said at a groundbreaking ceremony Friday.
Despite the allure of automatic bill pay and electronic statements, Charles "Buck" Meyer always gets a paper copy of his AT&T phone bill, and he always gives it a once-over.
Lover's Leap may soon become where lovers eat.
Glen Meadows was sitting with his 3-year-old nephew Cooper in a rehabilitation facility in Pittsburgh on Monday night while his daughter, wife and Cooper's mom went shopping at Target.
Project: Seven Lakes, stage two Owner: Emerson Properties Location: 8008 Ooltewah- Georgetown Road
State legislators voted last week to kill a proposed change to state law that would have collected more taxes from online travel companies like Expedia or Priceline.
Lori Elliott grew up in a flower shop. She was in elementary school back in 1977, when her mom, Jimmie Poe, started Jimmie's Flowers in Cleveland, Tenn.
Alan Schroader turns 40 years old next week and would like nothing better for his birthday than a full-time, permanent job..
ROCK SPRING, Ga. — Tiffany Welch is a 22-year-old single mom with a high school diploma, and she's been out of work since December.
Daymond John's earrings sparkled when he sauntered on stage at the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga's first annual Entrepreneur Power Luncheon on Tuesday.
A new restaurant and bar is planning to move into the old Farrow's Service Station at the corner of Vine Street and Georgia Avenue and open by June.
When Raymond DeBarge first looked at the vacant building off East Main Street, Paulownia trees were growing out of the back wall and water dripped steadily through the dank interior.
This 134-room, six-story Hampton Inn & Suites will include about 2,000 square feet of meeting space, a large fitness center, indoor pool and business center.
Monica Smith introduced herself to the applicant for the job at Mean Mug Coffeehouse and sat down, ready to start the interview.
Sliding into the 47th spot, Tennessee beats only Mississippi, Kentucky and West Virginia — which means Tennesseans tend to fare worse than the majority of the country when it comes to physical health, work environment, emotional health and healthy behaviors, the Gallup and Healthways 2012 Well-Being Index shows.
The plan to give the former Bijou Theater in downtown Chattanooga new life as a climbing gym and retail space is hitting snags that have caused organizers to push back the planned opening from this summer to early October, and costs for the project are on the rise.
High-Impact Education offers two-hour ACT and SAT training sessions for high school students.
Tim Muldernick launched his personal chef business in 2010 to pay the bills during a four-month spell of unemployment.
Project: The Rosewood Assisted Living Community expansion. Parent company: Regency Senior Living. Location: 14 Fort Town Drive, Fort Oglethorpe.