Hamilton County Lifts Mask Mandate

As Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger Promised, The County-Wide Mask Mandate Has Lifted As Of Today, April 29th.

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Hamilton County Schools Launch Virtual Math Proficiency Program

Hamilton County Schools Recently Announced The Creation Of ‘Math Matters’, An Initiative Meant To Engage Students In Math Through A Combination Of Game Play And Traditional Lessons.

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Tennessee Senate Passes Bill To Level Playing Field For Small Businesses

The Tennessee Senate Voted Unanimously Thursday To Approve A Bill Aimed At Levelling The Playing Field Between Small And Large Businesses During Required Closures Such As Those Surrounding The COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Rural Tennessee Students Left With Few Educational Options

Rural Tennessee Students Have Fewer Educational Opportunities Available To Them Than Urban Students. Only A Handful Of Tennessee’s Rural Counties Have Private Schools, And None Have Any Charter Schools In Operation.

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COVID-19 And Hamilton County Schools: One Year Later

A Lot Can Happen In A Year. As Of Yesterday, March 16th, It Was One Year Exactly Since Hamilton County Schools Closed Its Doors And Transitioned To Remote Learning For What They Originally Thought Would Only Be Two Weeks Due To The Appearance Of COVID-19 In Tennessee.

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National Association Optimistic On Sales Growth For 2021

Retail Sales In The U.S. Could Rise Between 6.5% And 8.2% To More Than $4.3 Trillion This Year As More People Get The COVID-19 Vaccine And The Economy Reopens, According To The National Retail Federation.

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Chattanooga Music Events Go Virtual During Pandemic

Many venues and organizations have been forced to reimagine how they handle musical performances. Chattanooga State Community College’s Department of Fine Arts is no exception as they plan to present a series of nine musical events, all virtual, starting in March. 

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Freelancers Better Equipped To ‘Weather COVID-19 Storm’

There Are Nearly 59 Million Freelance Workers In The U.S., Who Represent 36% Of The Total Workforce. Many Were Already Working From Home Before State Shutdown Orders Began.

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