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Located in southeastern Tennessee on Chickamauga Lake and Nickajack Lake, which are both part of the Tennessee River, Chattanooga abuts the Georgia border. Cherokee Chief John Ross, whose first language was English and whose family moved to the area in the 19th century, was said to have stated that Chattanooga was Cherokee for "The Big Catch" because of good fishing on the Tennessee River.

Population: 170880
Local Newspapers: Chattanooga Times Free Press
Local Sports Teams: Chattanooga Lookouts (Class AA Southern League baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Zip Codes associated with chattanooga, tennessee: 37341 37343 37363 37377 37379 37402 37403 37404 37405 37406 37407 37408 37409 37410 37411 37412 37415 37416 37419 37421
Towns/Cities near chattanooga, tennessee : Red Bank East Ridge Soddy-Daisy Harrison Cleveland Ringgold NC

Chattanooga News
Urban League Of Chattanooga Celebrates 35th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Breakfast

Government officials, community leaders and community members gathered on Wednesday at the Chattanooga Convention Center for the Urban League of Greater Chattanooga's Equal Opportunity Day breakfast.

New Chattanooga Eateries Include Mayan Kitchen, Edley's Bar-B-Que, Hana Steak and Sushi

Five restaurants were approved for selling beer at a City Beer Board meeting Thursday.Mayan Kitchen, owned by Lee Epstein who also owns City Cafe, will be a Latin restaurant serving Central and South American food.

Zink Named 2017-18 First Tennessee Chair Of Excellence At Chattanooga State

Dan Zink, First Tennessee Chair of Excellence; Bobby Lusk, senior vice president, First Tennessee; and Dr. Rebecca Ashford, president, Chattanooga State Community College.

Hixson Man Charged With Locking Woman In House, Hitting Her In Head With Hammer

A Hixson man has been arrested for locking a woman in a house and hitting her in the head with a contractor's hammer. Police said Summers put padlocks on the front and back doors and would not give the woman access to the keys.

Escape Experience adds "real" zombies in 2 escape rooms

Finding yourself locked inside an immersive experience, trying to escape by solving difficult puzzles, is stressful enough. But for the next few weekends, Escape Experience Chattanooga visitors will have to deal with another element: "real" zombies.

The Local: Trueyy Hendrix explores honest emotion, romantic complications on new song

No one artist approaches hip-hop the same way-it's a genre driven by personal experience and intimate musical associations. And from Atlanta to Los Angeles to New York, the music pouring out of the genre is built from a collection of ragged beats, persuasive vocals and unique arrangements, which is just another way of saying that rap music isn't bound by any one set of rules or guidelines.

State Comptroller Says More Control Over Spending Needed At CVB

The state Comptroller's Office is recommending the Chattanooga Convention and Visitors Bureau board of directors take steps to adopt detailed policies concerning how the CVB spends its money. The Comptroller's Office has completed a review of Hamilton County's hotel/motel taxes which are all forwarded to the CVB.

"Best Town (For)Ever" To Serve As RiverRocks Public Finale

The two-week festival RiverRocks will present the Best Town Ever Party on Friday from 6-10 p.m. in the 700 Block of Cherry Street - celebrating what makes Chattanooga great.

Senator Corker To Speak At Chattanooga Regional Manufacturing Association Meeting

The Chattanooga Regional Manufacturers Association works to enable cooperation, competitiveness, and profitable growth for all Tennessee manufacturers to create an enriched economic future for all, said officials.

Man Who Was Shot At Intown Suites On Lee Highway Has Drug Charges Bound To Grand Jury

A man who was seriously injured in a shooting at the Intown Suites on Lee Highway in early January had drug charges bound to the Grand Jury against him on Wednesday.

Birchwood Pike Resident Facing Multiple Theft Charges

A Birchwood Pike resident is facing multiple charges after the sheriff's office bound a stolen four-wheeler behind her house on Sept.

Randi Zuckerberg talks tech, Chattanooga in recent interview

Randi Zuckerberg and The Company Lab Executive Director Marcus Shaw spoke during Sue's Tech Kitchen launch over the summer. Southern-based tech publication Hypepotamus recently interviewed best-selling author and Zuckerberg Media founder/CEO Randi Zuckerberg, who discussed her latest business venture and Chattanooga.

City Celebration Connects 5 Chattanooga Neighborhood "Block Parties" On Oct. 29

Five neighborhoods from Main Street to Glass Street will launch a series of "block parties" celebrating what makes each neighborhood unique and special during the inaugural Chattanooga City Celebration and Ciclovia o .

Smith Gets 3-Year Robbery Sentence In Set-Up At Lee Highway Motel

Joshua Tyson Smith has been sentenced to three years in state prison for his part in a robbery in which a man said he was lured by a woman to the Airport Inn via Facebook, then two robbers came out while he was having sex with the woman.

Chattanooga Airport Projected To Have Over 700,000 Annual Flights By 2030s

The Chattanooga Airport is projected to have over 700,000 flights by the 2030s, consultants developing a 20-year master plan said Tuesday.

Chattanooga Olive Garden Unveils New Look

Olive Garden has completed the remodel of its Chattanooga restaurant, unveiling a new look.

Chattanooga authors added to national digital bookshelf

The site highlights 70 regions nationwide, allowing users to access more than 2,000 local books. About 15 titles are available so far from Chattanooga authors.

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