The Dwell Hotel Is Back Open

Thursday, June 17, 2021

The Dwell Hotel has just completed its first month back open.

Its unique rooms still boast the same vintage finds, and guests will see familiar faces at the front desk.

Syrup and Eggs continues to provide breakfast for hotel guests seven days a week and are open to the public Thursday-Sunday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

Located in the bar formerly known as Matilda Midnight, Night Pearl is Chattanooga's first intimate Tiki Bar offering guests an escape from real life. The first tiki bars were a direct outgrowth of the Great Depression, and later, the postwar era. The allure of tiki's escapism comes from the desire to escape reality into pure fantasy.

For more information call 267-7866.


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In a unanimous opinion released Monday, the Tennessee Supreme Court ruled that the economic loss doctrine applies in fraud actions where the parties are sophisticated commercial entities and ... (click for more)

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Business

Tennessee Supreme Court Holds Economic Loss Doctrine Bars Logistic Company’s Fraudulent Inducement Claim

In a unanimous opinion released Monday, the Tennessee Supreme Court ruled that the economic loss doctrine applies in fraud actions where the parties are sophisticated commercial entities and the claim is based solely on alleged misrepresentations or nondisclosures about the quality of the goods purchased through a contract. The economic loss doctrine states parties cannot recover ... (click for more)

Nokian Tyres Honors Scholarship Winners With College Funds, Free Tires

Sam Sosebee is used to high achievement, whether on the cross country course or in the classroom. Jacob Reed is fascinated by science, as evidenced by his love of racing and his plans to enter the medical field. Mr. Sosebee and Mr. Reed are the 2021 winners of the Nokian Tyres Scholarship, which rewards students in Rhea County, Tn. who share the company’s passion for STEM and ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Walden Rezoning, Intended To Clear Way For Grocery Complex, Violated Land Use Regulations And The Law, Bradley County Judge Rules

A Bradley County judge has found that Walden officials’ 2019 decision to rezone a piece of property so it could be used for a grocery store complex was “illegal, arbitrary and capricious.” Consequently, Judge J. Michael Sharp said in a decision released Monday, the ordinance is declared invalid. The judge denied a request from landowner/developer/attorney John Anderson to ... (click for more)

Things Were Looking Good At The Convention Center, But Now Mike Shuford Is "Not So Sure"; Getting Workers Is Big Headache

Things were looking good at the Chattanooga Convention Center with new bookings starting to come on the books after the ruinous COVID seemed to be finally waning. However, longtime Executive Director Mike Shuford said with the new highly contagious Delta strain, "I'm not so sure." He said some who had planned future events are having second thoughts. Another big problem ... (click for more)

Opinion

Big Dogs At The City Get Most Of The Salary Money

The current crisis concerning recycling is nothing more than too much pork in the high end paychecks. The top 31 combined salaries in the city of Chattanooga amounts to $3,750,000 per year. That's right folks, millions. The average pay for these people is $121,000 coming from our hard-earned tax dollars. The average income of the citizens of Chattanooga is $26,200 per year based ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Liberty Above Mandates

It is no secret I’ve been on the COVID vaccine bandwagon since the very get-go. Due to my compromised immune system and my age (72) I am one of those at-risk people and I got my first shot the first minute I could; around Valentine’s Day. Since then, I’ve used my opinion pulpit to push the vaccine as hard as possible because I am totally convinced it saves lives. Therefore, this ... (click for more)