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The Tennessee Valley Authority celebrated its 80th birthday on Friday, but officials insist America’s biggest government utility shouldn’t be retired or sold off yet even though President Obama has suggested studying the idea.
SupportSeven, a Chattanooga-based call center founded by payday loan millionaire Carey V. Brown, says it has expanded its Brainerd Road location.
Republican senators from Georgia and South Carolina have called on the Obama administration to continue funding a program to turn weapons-grade plutonium into commercial nuclear reactor fuel, saying that slowing or ending the project would harm international and domestic relationships.
Joseph "Nick" D. Decosimo, managing principal of the Chattanooga accounting firm of Joseph Decosimo and Co., is joining the board of the recently recapitalized First Security Group Inc., pending regulatory approval.
The Infiniti FX37 is a poor man's Porsche Cayenne.
These people filed for marriage licenses in the Hamilton County Clerk's office May 6-10:
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