Chattanooga Gas Predicts Higher Heating Bills For TN Valley Residents

With Inflation Hitting A 30-Year High, Chattanooga Gas Predicts That Customers Across The Tennessee Valley Can Expect To Pay $27 More Per Month On Heating Bills When Compared To A Year Ago.

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Lawmakers Delve Into No-Bid Contracts With Eye On McKinsey Deal

State Lawmakers Are Taking A Tougher Stance On Sole-Source Contracts, Asking Hard Questions Of State Agencies And Homing In On Deals The State Signed With Mckinsey & Co.

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HCS Senior Named U.S. Presidential Scholar

Seo Yoon Yang, A Senior At Signal Mountain Middle High School, Was Announced As A 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholar. Yang Is One Of 161 Finalists From Across The Country And Among The Three Finalists From Tennessee.

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Tennessee General Assembly Approves $42.6B State Budget

The Tennessee General Assembly Passed A $42.6 Billion State Budget Thursday For The Fiscal Year That Starts July 1.

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Tennessee House Passes Measure To Make COVID Relief Tax Deductible For Businesses

Some Tennessee Businesses Could Receive More COVID-19 Pandemic Assistance After A Bill That Would Exempt Relief Funds From State Taxes Unanimously Passed The House On Monday Night.

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Shuford’s Smokehouse Fights To Keep Dream Alive In Chattanooga

After Forced Evacuation Caused By Unsanctioned Landscaping By Chain Restaurant, Blocked Reopening By Assistant Director of Development Services, Moving to Another Location and Dropping Sales Due To Covid, The Owners of Shuford’s Still Continue To Work Daily To Keep Their Dream Alive.

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Judge Issues A Restraining Order Against Town Of Walden

A temporary restraining order has been issued to the town of Walden on Tuesday. The restraining order came from a Hamilton County Chancery Court judge in order to keep the town from withdrawing support for a planned grocery store.

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