Chattanooga started out as a river town at Ross’s Landing. Today, it’s no different—a bustling area of constant expansion that just keeps growing. The Army Corps of Engineers along with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) keep our waterways ... Read more

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The long winter has finally succumbed to warmer temperatures. Now, bikes of all kinds of makes and types are being brought out of their winter storage in anticipation of the beginning of riding season. And what better place than our neck of the ... Read more

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Get your motor running, head out on the highway; looking for adventure, in whatever comes our way. Who hasn’t heard this iconic 1968 song from the movie Easy Rider made legendary by the group Steppenwolf? It’s the American bikers all time theme ... Read more

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All aboard for…sculpture? Sculpture art that is. Things that make you think as your mind wanders into the complexity of gazing upon another person’s expressions of their own creativity ... Read more

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Before there were roads, cars or even railways, people traveled by the only natural means available: waterways. The many rivers located in the country are what early settlers and ... Read more

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In an increasingly divided political country, one of the most contentious issues facing American businesses and workers today is the right to organize. The question facing many union supporters is whether the labor movement ... Read more

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All aboard! It’s that time again...when the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum (TVRM) sponsors what Chattanooga is best known for: trains! Railfest 2015 is the major celebration of all things trains, where you can ride ... Read more

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"Eat your vegetables!” Didn’t most of us grow up hearing that from our parents? Well, if you live in Chattanooga, you’re in luck—there are more than 1,500 farms within a hundred miles of the Scenic City ... Read more

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Because of existing rail located throughout our city, the city is looking at how we can strategically utilize it to spur economic reinvestment in neighborhoods that really need it.” Read more

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The Germans are coming the Germans are coming! Well, actually—they’re already here, as you know unless you’ve been living under a stein for several years. Read more

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