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Hard hit by the economic downturn, real estate is attempting to lift its way out of the recession one house at a time, and local homebuilders and agents said they are optimistic for strong sales through the year's end.
As the nation searches for ways to create energy, officials for SIAG Aerisyn, a German-based company with a Chattanooga operation, said it's looking forward to a strong 2011.
Why do it this way? "Because the overuse of herbicides and pesticides are a huge problem, it's unsafe. It's not sustainable," said Andy Fazio, owner of Earth's Harmony.
Harnesses energy from the sun to help supply and conerve energy for the attraction
Melissa Cain, maker of monogrammed golf gloves, is the first to admit she’s not a golf fan though she was an avid supporter of one player, her father, Gibby Gilbert, a Chattanoogan who achieved success on the pro tour.
Customers of Porter's Steakhouse will soon have to wait to satisfy their cravings there as the restaurant undergoes a renovation.
Paul Mallchok, general manager of Eastgate Town Center, said the idea came when deciding what to do with furniture after BlueCross BlueShield moved to its new location and furniture was left behind.
Combines technology and organic material to aid erosion control, manage stormwater and landscape beautification. EVS has several projects under way, including a green roof at Red Bank High School.
With summer merely weeks away, a new Curves location is aiming to help women shape up.
The Walmart store in Kimball Crossing in Kimball, Tenn., is set to celebrate its grand reopening Friday after three months of renovation. Like the recently renovated Gunbarrel Road Walmart in the East Brainerd section of Chattanooga, the store features a