Food City announced the first day of wine sales in Tennessee grocery stores on Friday. “For years, countless Tennesseans have sought the same opportunity afforded their Virginia and Georgia friends and neighbors, to purchase wine from their local supermarket. For the past eight years, legislators and retailers across the state have worked diligently to bring their plea to fruition – and today, we celebrate that victory alongside ... (click for more)
Attorney Terry Olsen of Olsen Law Firm in Chattanooga, will serve a one-year term as Chair of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Immigration Section from June 2016 - June 2017, having served as Chair in 2009-2011, and 2013-2014. The founder of the Olsen Law Firm, Mr. Olsen has dedicated ... (click for more)
Eight young women from GIRLS, Inc. and the Challenger STEM Learning Center in Chattanooga completed a TVA-sponsored STEM summer enrichment program focused on transmission engineering. “The ultimate goal is to interest students in pursuing careers in the STEM fields,” said Janice Horn, supervisor ... (click for more)
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The Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga appointed Autumn Graves and Cynthia Nesson to its board of directors to support the organization’s ongoing effort of creating greater opportunities in ... (click for more)
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced Friday the 11 counties that will receive ThreeStar Competitive Enhancement Grants. The grants will be used ... (click for more)
New vehicle sales in Hamilton County increased to 1,040 in June and used vehicle sales increased to 3,533 according to figures from the County Clerk's office. That compares to 1,223 ... (click for more)
Should a Medal Of Honor Museum be built within Coolidge Park near the Theatre Centre?