Williams Painting Company Launches New Website For The Chattanooga Area

Thursday, June 26, 2014
Williams Painting Company announced the launch of www.williamspaintingcompany.com as an informational portal that features educational resources on things like property value benefits from exterior painting, interior painting and staining, and many other helpful design tips that can save you thousands of dollars while not economizing on your style in the Chattanooga area.
 
Development of other community minded features for
williamspaintingcompany.com">www.williamspaintingcompany.com are already underway and new user awareness guides from expert design consultants are already being added on how to beautify your property regardless of your budget, how-tos on maintenance and repair, to what everybody should know about the latest remodeling materials & design before starting any home, commercial, or industrial improvement project.
 
Joe Williams of Williams Painting Company said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for all their property improvement projects at any budget. Our website's informative and professional article sections are there to help everybody--not just our Williams Painting Company customers. The depth of knowledge and resources at www.williamspaintingcompany.com is 100% unbiased, concise, and free to all.”

FSG Bank Presents On Point A Check For $1,000

FSG Bank presented On Point with a check for $1,000 recently from funds raised during the organization’s “Change for Change” coin drive. Supporters made donations in coin canisters at FSG locations in Chattanooga during the spring. The funds will help support On Point’s mission and programs of local youth development. (click for more)

Attorney General Announces Settlement Allowing Dollar Tree To Acquire Family Dollar

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III announced Thursday the merger of two large national chains of deep discount stores, Dollar Tree, headquartered in Chesapeake, Va. and Family Dollar, headquartered in Matthews, NC. As part of the agreement, Dollar Tree will be required to divest hundreds of Family Dollar stores nationwide, including stores in Memphis and Nashville. ... (click for more)

Muslim Advocacy Group Questions House Arrest For Signal Mountain Man Charged In Threats Against Muslim Village In New York

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, on Saturday questioned the release of a Signal Mountain man who admitted to planning what it called "a Charleston-style terror attack" on a Muslim community in New York. CAIR also called for stepped up protection for the community targeted in the plot. Judge ... (click for more)

Plumbers Bring Complaints To WWTA; Told New Contracts Are Ready

Several plumbers on Thursday brought complaints to a committee of the Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority (WWTA) and got little response other than being told that new contracts are ready. Kay Keefe of Keefe Plumbing said the small number of plumbing companies still participating in the program to repair leaky lines to homes, have long been operating without ... (click for more)

Could The Marriage Decision Spark A New Independence Day?

I confess that this year I am having a hard time with the idea of celebrating the 4th of July Independence Day. It is not because I am not thankful to God for what was done on that day, what it represents, and the blessings I’ve experienced that flow from it. On the other hand, I want to think that maybe this year’s celebration will mark a period in our history in which a new movement ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Dr. Tydings Is A Winner

One week from tomorrow the most important educator in the future of our community will start work as the new president of Chattanooga State. While I am normally cynical of beard-strokers and foundation-hungry dreamers who have little or no concept of the real world, I am convinced Flora Tydings will become the best thing to happen in our community in years. A grandmother with ... (click for more)