Local Leaders Break Ground On New Industrial Park At Former Kordsa/Dupont Facility Monday, October 24, 2022 Local leaders – including Mayors Tim Kelly and Weston Wamp – broke ground on
Chattanooga is the Only US City to Produce Clean Graphite CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) — In August, congress passed the CHIPS Act, putting fifty billion dollars toward the domestic production of micro-conductors.
EPB Launches America’s First Community-wide 25 Gig Internet Service CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (Aug. 24, 2022)—Continuing the focus on delivering the world’s fastest internet speeds that led Chattanooga’s municipal utility to launch
Chattanooga gets $4.57 million federal grant for EV management system Chattanooga was awarded a $4.57 million federal grant Wednesday for an integrated, smart transportation management system for electric vehicles so
Volkswagen starts U.S. assembly of all-electric ID.4 flagship in Chattanooga Volkswagen of America (VWoA) today marked the start of production of its all-electric ID.4 compact SUV in Chattanooga, Tenn., the
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Chattanooga $4.9 million in funding to tackle brownfields in the city.
by Pulse Staff, Ellis Smith June 30, 2022 Revitalize. Renew. Reinvest. Chattanooga and Hamilton County are uniting to build out the South Broad District Plan, envisioning a South Broad revitalization. More than
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Thursday Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly sat down for a conversation with NewsChannel9’s Greg Funderburg to discuss the state of the city. One focus was how the city
Free EV Charging Stations Now In EPB Chattanooga Downtown Parking Garage EPB has new, free electric vehicle charging stations on the first floor of the EPB parking garage in Downtown
The remake of a century-old building in downtown Chattanooga into the future home of a rapidly growing logistics company will signal a change to a key gateway into the center
EMPACT is a 9-week internet technology course that helps its participants get a stable income. Many of them lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. EMPACT program coordinator Charlotte Brand