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Demand grows for farmers markets
Once-modest operations have expanded well beyond vegetables and eggs

“Look at our farmers markets today, bursting with heritage breeds and heirloom varieties, foods that were once abundant when we were an agricultural nation, but that we have lost touch with. Bringing all these back helps us connect to our roots, our communities and helps us feed America the proper way.” – Jose Andres, chef, restaurateur and founder of World Central Kitchen

Chambliss recognizes John C. Stophel Outstanding Students for 2024

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel this week congratulated the 2023-24 John C. Stophel Outstanding Students from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s Gary W. Rollins College of Business for their exceptional achievements and dedication to academic excellence.

Care manager Ellis joins Chambliss estate planning team

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel has added William “Dub” Ellis to the firm as an elder law and special needs care manager. Ellis will collaborate with the firm’s estate planning practice area to deliver tailored, comprehensive elder law services to Chambliss’ clients.

The rule of law – implemented by men and women

We’re all familiar with the phrase “the rule of law.” We tend to think of those words more in connection with the judiciary than the other two branches of government. However, the concept of the rule of law has a long heritage in the United States.

Paris happy to finally chart own course

Winnie Paris was a 22-year-old sailor in the U.S. Navy and as headstrong as a bull as she looked the captain of the USS Philippine Sea in the eyes and refused to follow a direct order.

The commander of the ship likely had little to no experience telling women sailors what to do – Paris was only the ninth woman to board the cruiser when she joined its crew in 2003 – and therefore might have lacked the readiness to respond to an insubordinate female.

2024 March market report

It’s exciting to see that the U.S. housing market is on a solid upward trend. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reports that existing home sales increased for the second month. This surge is the largest in the past year and well above what experts had forecast.

Five quick and affordable spring remodeling projects

Along with pollen-induced allergies, spring often gives us the itch to make our spaces look new. Warmer temperatures beg for brighter colors and fresh, natural accents.

If you’re eager to spruce up your living space without overspending, consider these five easy and budget-friendly ideas.

River City: Chi-Chi’s serving some of the best chicken around

If you ever find yourself bored, load YouTube and watch an episode of “Jolly,” a series in which a pair of British chaps named Josh and Ollie try the food at various American restaurants for the first time. In particular, watch the episode titled “Brits try real Texas BBQ!”

Plenty of farmers markets to chose from in Chattanooga area

Alton Park Community Farm & Market

Where: 200 W. 38th Street (Bethlehem Center)

When: May-November, Saturday from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Alton Park Community Farm and Market provides access to fresh, all-natural produce at a low cost to neighborhood residents. Its goal is to provide a thriving market at the center of a safe community, says market manager Everett Parker.

EPB promotes Carpenter to vice president

EPB has promoted Rich Carpenter to vice president of communications and IT operations. Carpenter will oversee the technology EPB uses to provide communications services to its customers, as well as the business systems within the organization.

Since joining EPB in 2005, Carpenter has leveraged his 10 years of prior experience in the telecommunications industry, including his time with the United States Air Force. After starting as a switch technician for EPB Telecom, he transitioned into a leadership role in 2011 as supervisor of network operations. Over the years, Carpenter’s responsibilities have expanded to include overseeing more engineering, operations, customer support and IT functions.

Hamilton County School joins Titans to expand girls flag football to East Tennessee

The Tennessee Titans and Hamilton County Schools have joined to bring an interscholastic girls flag football league to East Tennessee.

The league is an expansion of the Titans’ effort to bring girls flag football to the state after seasons in Williamson County, Metro Nashville Public Schools and Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools in Middle Tennessee.

Financial Focus: Term vs. perm insurance: Which is right for you?

If you’ve been thinking about life insurance, especially if you have family, loved ones or anyone who depends on you financially, you might be curious about the different kinds of policies available. Which type is right for you?

Essentially, you can look at two main categories of life insurance: term and permanent.

Personal Finance: Stuck in a money rut? Here are some ways to escape

Sometimes, climbing out of a money rut starts with a pep talk – to yourself.

“I like affirmations and speaking out loud,” says Giovanna Gonzalez, a financial educator and author of “Cultura & Cash.” Her favorite affirmations are statements like, “I am not a reflection of my money mistakes,” “I can improve my financial situation” and “My finances are within my control.”

NHL players take their playoff beards seriously

Hockey, as a game steeped in tradition, likely has as many unwritten rules as there are actual ones that appear in the NHL’s rule book. One of the more visual representations of hockey’s unwritten rules is the playoff beard.

Hockey players famously do not shave once the playoffs begin, so after the approximately two months it takes for a team to win the Stanley Cup, a lot of facial hair is present as members of the Cup-winning team skate hockey’s holy grail around the ice in celebration.

Book review: ‘What Do You Need’ has inside advice for outsiders

That wasn’t the answer you wanted. Beating around the bush, hemming and hawing aren’t answers. A solid yes or no is what you require, a simple affirmative or negative. But you may not get it. Is the answer hung up somewhere or is it being withheld?

Mistakes to avoid when buying a car remotely

It’s easier than ever before to buy a used vehicle online. Unfortunately, that also means it’s easier than ever before to make a purchase you might later regret.

Buying a vehicle online and sight unseen allows you to potentially shop the nation’s entire inventory of cars rather than what just happens to be sitting around at your local dealership. That’s a big advantage whether you want something very specific or simply the best price or the lowest miles.