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From golf tours to home tours
Former McCallie, UTC star finds success in real estate, stability off the road

As a pro golfer, Bryce Ledford held his ground against PGA Tour title winners like Dustin Johnson, Webb Simpson and Luke List in bouts in the U.S., Canada and Latin America for 13 years.

Ledford’s prowess on the greens followed his banner years with McCallie School, where he helped the Blue Tornadoes win their first state championship, and his record-setting stint with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where his exceptional swing and precision putting elevated the Mocs from the bottom of the Division I barrel to the top 20.

Chambliss Law welcomes Boggess, Newman

Two former Chambliss Law summer associates have joined the firm as newly minted attorneys: Hannah-Claire Boggess and Peter Newman.

Boggess will serve the firm’s real estate practice while Newman will focus on litigation and risk management cases.

TBA taps 3 from area for Leadership Law

Three Chattanooga attorneys will join the 2023 cohort of the Tennessee Bar Association’s Leadership Law program: Crystle Carrion of Unum, Amanda Jelks of Jelks Law and Robert Wheeler of Patrick, Beard, Schulman & Jacoway.

Now in its 20th year, Leadership Law is designed to equip Tennessee lawyers to serve as leaders in their profession and local communities.

Savage building new team in Ooltewah
18-year adding new construction to her portfolio

Trish Savage started her real estate career with a bang when she launched a Dunlap RE/MAX franchise in 2005.

Although the housing crash that followed a few years later forced Savage to sell her business, she says her ability to inspire loyalty in clients enabled her to keep her real estate career from fading to a whimper during the infamous downturn.

Real estate statistics from 2022 help give 2023 insight

The end of 2022 provides a great chance to reflect on the past year. Looking back can be especially useful if we use what we see knowledge to help shape our expectations for the coming year.

Jodie Cordell, a licensed real estate agent in Florida, recently wrote an article for The Close titled “Real estate stats your homebuyers will want to know in 2023.” Many of these statistics make me think back on this year and my previous years of experience in real estate.

Erlanger Foundation receives 2 major donations

Erlanger Health System Foundation says it recently received “transformational donations” from two local families for its purchase of two pediatric critical care transport vehicles.

Erlanger Foundation is raising funds to support the Pediatric Critical Care Program at Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, which will include the purchase of two transport vehicles for $1.6 million.

Design Studio selects firm to reimagine Montague Park

Over the past century, Montague Park has served as a city landfill, a recreational sports center and a renowned sculpture garden.

Chattanooga Design Studio will now guide an urban design and landscape planning process for this 100-year-old civic space in partnership with Chattanooga’s Department of Parks & Outdoor Recreation and other community stakeholders.

Newsmakers: First Horizon names Anthony Lastoria senior vice president

Anthony Lastoria is now a senior vice president and the private client relationship manager at First Horizon Bank. Lastoria returns to First Horizon after serving as head of retail banking at SimplyBank.

The Ohio native came to the area 20 years ago to attend Lee University, where he earned a degree in business administration from Lee University. Lastoria also holds an MBA from University of Phoenix.

Five tips for storing your vehicle this winter

Storing a vehicle because it’s not needed is something that an owner might have to do at some point. It might be because it’s a sports car that the owner wants to protect from wintertime driving, or perhaps a vehicle that won’t be driven for months because of a vacation or military deployment. Whatever the reason, there’s a proper way to go about storing your vehicle.

Financial Focus: Time for New Year’s financial resolutions

It’s that time of year when many of us promise ourselves we’ll go to the gym more, or learn a new language, or take up a musical instrument, or any number of other worthy goals. But this year, when making new year’s resolutions, why not also consider some financial ones?

Guest column: Lawsuit takes aim at two secretive techniques 

The Chattanooga Times Free Press filed a lawsuit in December against the Chattanooga City Council over its use of private meetings to decide a significant issue, the new boundaries of city voting districts.

The lawsuit alleges violations of the Open Meetings Act and is important because it takes aim at two autocratic techniques sometimes used by public officials in Tennessee to skirt the law and shut out the public and journalists who report for the public.

Rebuild or retool? Big decisions loom for Titans

Once the downward spiral of the 2022 season has finished, the Titans have some major decisions that need to be made.

Those decisions begin with replacing fired general manager Jon Robinson and determining exactly how much power that person will have.