Sticky Fingers Dining Room Is Open

Friday, May 29, 2020

The Sticky Fingers Ribhouse dining room at 420 Broad St. is open. 

The catering team is also ready to handle any event serving BBQ, burgers and dogs, lowcountry boil, oyster roasts or even something fancy.

For more information email catering@stickyfingers.com or call 1-800-STICKYS.


Tanasi Brewing And Supplies, The Woodshop, El Rey Taqueria Get Beer Permits

Dave & Buster's Closes Due To Coronavirus Case

Crust Pizza On Broad Street Closing


Tanasi Brewing and Supplies, 1510 Riverside Dr., was approved by the City Beer Board for a consumer and carry-out beer permit. It is in the old location of The Beer Market and Beer Garden, with ... (click for more)

Dave & Buster's has closed due to a confirmed Coronavirus case. There was no word as to whether the person was a customer or staff member. Officials said in an announcement on Facebook, ... (click for more)

Crust Pizza on South Broad Street is closing permanently. Owners Paul and Michelle said, "It is with a heavy heart to share our decision to close Crust Pizza located on Broad Street permanently. ... (click for more)



Dining

Tanasi Brewing And Supplies, The Woodshop, El Rey Taqueria Get Beer Permits

Tanasi Brewing and Supplies, 1510 Riverside Dr., was approved by the City Beer Board for a consumer and carry-out beer permit. It is in the old location of The Beer Market and Beer Garden, with a new owner, Clinton Sallee. The business is a small craft beer brewery and tap tasting room that also sells supplies for making beer and wine. There is a fenced dog park on site. ... (click for more)

Dave & Buster's Closes Due To Coronavirus Case

Dave & Buster's has closed due to a confirmed Coronavirus case. There was no word as to whether the person was a customer or staff member. Officials said in an announcement on Facebook, " The Chattanooga location is now temporarily closed. We were informed that an individual at our location tested positive for COVID-19. As soon as we were notified of the positive case, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Coronavirus Cases Rise By 1,291 In Tennessee; There Are Nine More Virus Deaths

Coronavirus cases in Tennessee rose by 1,291, bringing the total to 51,431, state health officials said on Sunday. Of the total, 30,254 have recovered. There were nine more deaths in the state, bringing the total to 646. Officials said 11 more have been hospitalized - up to 2,871. Tennessee is approaching 900,000 on its testing program. Hamilton County has had 53 ... (click for more)

Sheriff Hammond Has No Intention Of Stepping Down; Asks To Meet With Preachers, Others On "Solutions"

Sheriff Jim Hammond said Sunday afternoon he has no intention of stepping down, despite a letter from 38 preachers asking him to do so. The sheriff said he would not discuss individual cases of alleged racism and abuse on the part of his deputies, saying those cases are going through the courts. He said he has offered to meet with the pastors and other groups for a discussion ... (click for more)

Opinion

Time To Examine Tax Breaks For Churches - And Response

Churches are classified for tax purposes as 501(c)(3) organizations. This means contributions to them are generally tax deductible and they pay no property taxes on their real estate facilities. In return for this there are certain restrictions they must follow, the most important being: "Specifically, 501(c)(3) organizations are prohibited from engaging in excessive political ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: The Sunday Funnies

Due to my strong belief that ‘country comes before self,’ this rare issue of The Sunday Funnies is necessary because of Independence Day, but this week The Saturday Funnies will again appear. Our long-term readers know that the weekly funnies come from the emails that are shared during the week, thus the disclaimer But do 4th of July jokes get stale by the 5th? A crafty teacher ... (click for more)