The City of Chattanooga and Branch Technology have partnered to test run building temporary shelters with the use of 3D-printers.
The study assesses market opportunity for multi-family rental, for-sale residential, student housing, office, retail, and hotel development downtown.
Ridges to Rivers will open on Wednesday, March 1.
Meal deliveries began the week of Jan. 11, and by the time the program is complete, ~10,000 meals will be served to Chattanooga seniors.
Will Chattanooga get a white Christmas this year?
The Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga is launching an antisemitism campaign this week.
The city announced that its energy-saving efforts will reduce operational costs by nearly $2 million annually compared to 2013 levels.
EPB is partnering with Qubitekk to launch America’s first industry-led, commercially available quantum network.
Food City officials broke ground on a new location at 1375 Broad St.
The program will be a collaboration between Hamilton County, the City of Chattanooga, Hamilton County Schools, the Benwood Foundation, Chattanooga 2.0, and BuildWithin.
The Signal recently announced it will move to the former Chattanooga Choo Choo Convention Center.
The actor, comedian, and Chattanooga native died on Mon., Oct. 24.
The first-ever in-person Future of Freight Festival will take place in Chattanooga Nov. 1-3.
The former Airport Inn could potentially turn into permanent supportive housing.