Lookout Mountain Incline Railway To Close For Seasonal Repairs

Monday, December 10, 2018

The Lookout Mountain Incline Railway will be closing for seasonal repairs on Dec. 31, and will reopen March 2019.

“To ensure the utmost safety for passengers, we continuously provide routine maintenance while complying with Federal transportation standards. We are using the winter months, which is the Incline’s off-peak season, to enhance our rider experience," said Lisa Maragnano, executive director of CARTA.

Updates on the opening of the Incline will be available on ridetheincline.com.


New Hamilton County Business Licenses

Public Invited To Vote For Favorite Piggy Banks For Tennessee Saves Pigs On Parade Campaign

AAA Moves To New Building After Opening 1st Chattanooga Branch In March, 1925


Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: 804-407 RIVERFRONT RENTAL SHORT TERN VACATION RENTAL LOC - 804 RIVERFRONT PKWY #407 CHATTANOOGA TN 37402 AGOGE ... (click for more)

38 local businesses and nonprofits want to motivate Chattanoogans to save money. They adopted and decorated a piggy bank for the Tennessee Saves Pigs on Parade campaign to encourage people to ... (click for more)

AAA – The Auto Club Group will open its new Chattanooga branch office on Tuesday. It is at 2396 Lifestyle Way, Suite 102. The newly-built 4145-square foot facility was designed with members ... (click for more)


Business

New Hamilton County Business Licenses

Here are the new business licenses from the County Clerk's office: 804-407 RIVERFRONT RENTAL SHORT TERN VACATION RENTAL LOC - 804 RIVERFRONT PKWY #407 CHATTANOOGA TN 37402 AGOGE HOUSE OF IRON LLC GYM LOC - 3829 HIXSON PIKE CHATTANOOGA TN 37415 ALA-TEMP CORPORATION HVAC CONTRACTOR LOC - 7801 LEE HIGHWAY CHATTANOOGA TN 37421 APISON SOLUTION, INC. REMODELING/HANDYMAN LOC ... (click for more)

Public Invited To Vote For Favorite Piggy Banks For Tennessee Saves Pigs On Parade Campaign

38 local businesses and nonprofits want to motivate Chattanoogans to save money. They adopted and decorated a piggy bank for the Tennessee Saves Pigs on Parade campaign to encourage people to build their savings. The public is invited to vote for their favorite piggy banks. Vote by visiting the Tennessee Saves Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TennesseeSavesChattanoogaChapter ... (click for more)

Breaking News

1 Person Killed In 2-Car Wreck In East Ridge

One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash in East Ridge late Monday afternoon. The wreck involving two cars was at the intersection of Altamaha Street and Ringgold Road around 5:45 p.m. A person in the other vehicle was taken to a hospital by private vehicle. The wreck is still under investigation. (click for more)

Lipsey Trucking Reiterates That Executive Facing Cocaine Charges Will Have No Role With Chattanooga Firm

The Chattanooga trucking firm headed by Joseph Lipsey III, who was arrested on charges of supplying cocaine and alcohol to teens, has reiterated that he will have no management or ownership role with the firm going forward. Lipsey was arrested on serious federal felony charges along with his wife and 19-year-old son relating to teen parties at Aspen, Col. It was speculated ... (click for more)

Opinion

Use A Bar Poll To Help Decide Next Judge - And Response

All people who are familiar with the Hamilton County General Session Court which contains five judges will tell you that Judge Clarence Shattuck is by far the best judge, and perhaps in the history of General Sessions Court. He is highly respected for his legal ability, courtesy, understanding, judicial temperament, who is not bias and is neutral to all parties whether a civil case ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: What’s Become Of Roy?

Today I must begin by telling my Chattanoogan.com readers how humbled and touched I am by the dozens of emails I have received in recent weeks, all concerning my daily disappearance from this website. I like to think my daily musings may, in some way, have a ripple effect on some of the people, the places, and the things that intrigue me. I believe I have rarely sought popularity, ... (click for more)