Feed Co. Beer, Wings And Things Golf Tournament Donates To Honoring The Sacrifice Foundation

Sunday, September 1, 2019
Sgt. Andrew Smith, left, presents a handcrafted American flag to Miguel Morales
Sgt. Andrew Smith, left, presents a handcrafted American flag to Miguel Morales

The Feed Co. Table & Tavern held their Feed Co. Beer, Wings & Things Golf League Tournament this weekend. Proceeds from the tournament were directed to the Honoring the Sacrifice Foundation.

Sgt. Andrew Smith (U.S. Army, retired) presented Miguel Morales, partner with the Feed Co., with a Riser Burn Woodcrafts handcrafted American flag as he thanked him for their support on behalf of the nation's wounded heroes.


Local Steak N’ Shake Franchise Debo’s Diners Celebrates 25 Years

The Camp House To Reopen In April With New Partners

Five Star Food Service: 2019 - A Year In Review


Chattanooga-based Steak n’ Shake franchise, Debo’s Diners, is celebrating its 25th year in the Chattanooga community with an anniversary party at the Hamilton Place Steak ‘n Shake. Guests ... (click for more)

Pioneering coffee shop, restaurant and cultural venue The Camp House is joining forces with two local hospitality vendors to open a permanent home in Chattanooga’s Onion Bottom district this ... (click for more)

After a year filled with growth fueled by acquisition, Five Star Food Service took a year to optimize and strategically build for the future. However, by no means did the company take a break ... (click for more)




Dining

Local Steak N’ Shake Franchise Debo’s Diners Celebrates 25 Years

Chattanooga-based Steak n’ Shake franchise, Debo’s Diners, is celebrating its 25th year in the Chattanooga community with an anniversary party at the Hamilton Place Steak ‘n Shake. Guests can help celebrate by enjoying a free Jr. Birthday Cake milkshake with any purchase all day. Chattanooga HeadCount will also be at the store, helping to register new voters and ensuring currently ... (click for more)

The Camp House To Reopen In April With New Partners

Pioneering coffee shop, restaurant and cultural venue The Camp House is joining forces with two local hospitality vendors to open a permanent home in Chattanooga’s Onion Bottom district this April. The Camp House and Mission Chattanooga will move to 806 E. 12th St. in March, serving as anchor tenants for a revitalized development. Bringing a fresh approach to its vision for serving ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Jacob Coyne Guilty Of Murder, Robbery; Gets Life In Prison In Slaying Of Jalen Little

A Criminal Court jury on Friday night found Jacob Coyne guilty in the March 2017 slaying of 19-year-old Jalen Little, who was shot down in the driveway of his home on Oak Tree Drive. Coyne was ruled guilty of first-degree murder, felony murder and especially aggravated robbery. He was sentenced by Judge Tom Greenholtz to life in prison on the two murder charges. He will be ... (click for more)

Chattanooga Airport Board Gives Go-Ahead For $25 Million Parking Garage

The Chattanooga Airport Board on Friday unanimously approved the awarding of $25 million to Hoar Construction in order to design and build a new four-level parking garage for the airport. While the current lot can house around 500 vehicles, the proposed parking garage will almost double the amount of spaces available. If all goes well, the project could be finished by next ... (click for more)

Opinion

Good Urban Design

Chattanooga is enjoying a robust movement to plan developments in a number of downtown neighborhoods, and there is good reason to believe that well designed development should be welcomed. The opposite is also true, that bad or poorly designed development should not be welcomed, especially if it seriously degrades the existing neighborhood. In the case of a sought after rezoning ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Saturday Funnies

At a recent self-help workshop for adult trauma victims, the main group was split into teams of eight for lunch. Each table was assigned a question, “What was your worst moment in your comeback?” At our table, everyone laughed about each other’s life-changing event but a beautiful girl, who had been a surgeon before a rare eye disease quickly took her sight, was dazzling. Currently, ... (click for more)