A tiny new bar, Exile Off Main Street, with a capacity of just 15, is being opened by Brian Hennen and Martin Bohannon at 1634 Rossville Ave.
The bar with only four or five bar stools was described as a simple neighborhood bar in a great location.
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Wolftever Development announced that Jonathan’s Grille will be the latest addition to its Jordan Crossing development at Exit 1 on I-75. The Nashville-based sports grille will be located on Camp ... (click for more)
Dave & Buster’s is set to open on Monday, March 16, and is now looking to hire 240 individuals to join the team. There are both front and back-of-house positions available, including servers, ... (click for more)
Heaven & Ale Brewing Company is expanding the brand with the opening of a new location at 338 E. Main Street. Owner of the business, Joseph Windland Jr., was approved for a consumer / carry-out ... (click for more)
Wolftever Development announced that Jonathan’s Grille will be the latest addition to its Jordan Crossing development at Exit 1 on I-75. The Nashville-based sports grille will be located on Camp Jordan Parkway across from Bass Pro Shops and TopGolf.
“We were initially drawn to the Chattanooga market due to the exciting growth that is happening there and we look forward to bringing ... (click for more)
Dave & Buster’s is set to open on Monday, March 16, and is now looking to hire 240 individuals to join the team. There are both front and back-of-house positions available, including servers, bartenders, hosts, line cooks, game techs and more.
Interest candidates should complete an online application at daveandbusters.com/careers.
Located at Hamilton Place Mall, the new ... (click for more)
When three Signal Mountain police responded to reports of a fight in Old Towne Friday night, they found that the house at 404 South Street was dark.
Investigators soon learned from neighbors, however, that the lights in the house had been on prior to the arrival of law enforcement officers, and could see for themselves that the driveway and back yard were filled with vehicles. ... (click for more)
What started as a remembrance by five local civil rights leaders praising the 50-year-old Unity Group and other local civil rights work turned into an enthusiastic sermon by the Reverend Paul McDaniel Monday night of what still needs to be done.
Mr. McDaniel, the last of the five speakers at the special Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day town hall program at Orchard Knob Missionary ... (click for more)
The behavior of our local radical left women was abusive and uncalled for. The next Woman’s Rally and March should be lessons in common decency and civility towards other women.
Interrupting an invited female speaker with displays of yelling and holding up disparaging signs is wrong. The women before me that broke the barriers in male-dominated professions would be embarrassed ... (click for more)
I know little about Scott Shaunfield, other than that he is a Captain with the Houston, Texas Fire Department, and the fact he once wrote a story about “the angels among us” that he knows is true. For the record, I am a huge believer in angels on this earth. No, you can’t see them, but I can easily recall the times that I have been highly suspect of angel-like people during my life. ... (click for more)