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March 2018

Developers urge city to address vacation-homeless issue

in Business/Politics
Vacation house

Local housing developers have urged the city government to address the vacation-homeless issue that has plagued Chattanooga – that is, the issue of homeowners who only have a primary residence and do not own a vacation home. “Can you believe that the majority of Chattanooga homeowners only have one house…

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BREAKING: O’Charley’s announces multiple downtown restaurant takeover for Saint Patrick’s Day

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Citing a lack of authenticity in the area, famous restaurant chain O’Charley’s announced it will a do a restaurant takeover of multiple downtown eateries for tonight’s Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations. Patrons will see HIP spots such as the Honest Pint and Bitter Alibi have their menus wholly taken over with O’Charley’s items…

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Chattanooga Police app includes “Hot Cop” slideshow feature

in Politics
Chattanooga Police Department mobile app

The Chattanooga Police Department (CPD) unveiled its new mobile app this afternoon on Facebook Live and demonstrated several of its features, including the ability to submit anonymous tips, use crime maps and view a “Hot Cop” slideshow of alluring local officers. “You have the right to remain sexy,” said Chattanooga…

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Hipster lanes to be added to MLK Boulevard

in Culture/Politics
Hipster

The Chattanooga Department of Transportation announced today that eastbound and westbound hipster lanes would be added to a section of East M.L. King Boulevard as part of its repaving project. “It’s no secret that hipsters have overrun Chattanooga,” said Kelly Dowdeshell, the Chattanooga Department of Transportation’s administrator. “Adding hipster lanes…

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