Former Grant Auto Glass Being Redeveloped, But Not As 2-Story

Friday, August 2, 2019

The former Grant Auto Glass at 1705 S. Market St. is being redeveloped for multi-use.

However, it will not be a two-story building as initially planned.

The architect on the project said it was found that the existing building would not support a second floor.

The auto glass business closed in 2014.


Kim Bass: Respectfully Serving Our Community

Habitat For Humanity Has Double Dedication Ceremony Saturday

Chad Wamack Closes 4 Deals


We have all received them…the annoying telemarketing call or knock at the door, interrupting family dinner night. You thought they would eventually go away, especially after you registered your ... (click for more)

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga will celebrate a double dedication ceremony in honor of new homeowners, Betty Hurd and Vanester Steele. The ceremony for the homes, located right across ... (click for more)

Chad Wamack of NAI Charter announces the closing of four deals in the Southeast Tennessee market. Two buildings were previous Pioneer Title Agency locations; 6150 Shallowford Road (2,000 square ... (click for more)


Real Estate

Kim Bass: Respectfully Serving Our Community

We have all received them…the annoying telemarketing call or knock at the door, interrupting family dinner night. You thought they would eventually go away, especially after you registered your phone number on the do-not-call list. The reality is that that pesky telemarketers will risk almost anything to try to reach people, including breaking the law. And it’s not only ... (click for more)

Habitat For Humanity Has Double Dedication Ceremony Saturday

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga will celebrate a double dedication ceremony in honor of new homeowners, Betty Hurd and Vanester Steele. The ceremony for the homes, located right across the street from each other, will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at 3415 Kirkland Ave. in Alton Park. Habitat for Humanity’s dedication ceremonies commemorate a family completing the ... (click for more)

Breaking News

State Dismisses Manslaughter Charge Against Jadarius Knox; Anguished Mother Of Victim Says "He Didn't Have To Kill Him"

The District Attorney's Office on Thursday dismissed a voluntary manslaughter charge against Jadarius Knox, saying evidence in the case in which Dakota Biddle was killed showed a self defense theory could be found to be valid. Knox was original charged with criminal homicide in the May 2018 incident on Basswood Drive, but it was reduced to voluntary manslaughter at the Grand ... (click for more)

Lookout Mountain, Ga. Town Center Work To Start Soon; Jim Sabourin Resigns From Council And Is Replaced By Kevin Leckenby

After eight years of talking and planning, Lookout Mountain, Ga., is ready to begin building a new Town Center. To begin with there will be two municipal buildings, City Hall and a fire station. The design of the area has space for private developers to build commercial buildings in the future. Adhering to design guidelines provided by the city and aiming for a cost of $2.8 ... (click for more)

Opinion

What Does The White Privilege Presentation Have To Do With Education? - And Response (5)

On Aug. 2, Hamilton County Schools held a professional development presented by motivational speaker Robert Jackson. The PD was for the teachers in the Opportunity Zone, which includes the 12 lowest-performing schools in Hamilton County where 90 percent of the students are black. During the 90-minute presentation, there was a 15-20-minute segment concerning “White Privilege”. ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Drum Major For Peace

There have been many Christmas Seasons when I have looked high and low for Christmas Cards that included the poem, “One Solitary Life.” I came across the revered poem easily over 40 years ago during a kiddie matinee at the famed Radio City Music Hall, which is in midtown Manhattan. The Radio Music Hall is huge – it can comfortably seat 6,000 – and so awesome is the Christmas Spectacular ... (click for more)