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Just like it was laid out in 2nd grade
Younger Warren’s early goal of working with dad becomes reality

When Hank Warren announced his intentions to become a lawyer, he offered three reasons for his choice of profession: He wanted to drive to work with his father, C. Mark Warren, a renowned personal injury lawyer in Chattanooga, he wanted to eat lunch with his dad and, above all, he hoped to work at his father’s side as he tried cases in court.

Lessons passed to a new generation
Clerkships offer opportunities for firms, students

As Scott Parrish arrived at Miller & Martin for his first day as a summer associate, he didn’t know he’d stepped onto a path that would extend decades into the future.

As a law student afforded an opportunity to spend his summer break at a firm, Parrish was looking forward to expanding on the knowledge his professors at the University of Georgia School of Law had passed on to him and getting his feet wet in the actual practice of law.

ABA appoints Faith as Tennessee membership chair

American Bar Association President Deborah Enix-Ross has tapped Chattanooga lawyer Justin Faith to serve as the organization’s membership chair for Tennessee.

Faith will work with bar leaders and delegates to promote ABA membership growth and engagement in the state.

Career guidance: ‘Come on with me’
Husband-wife team push, pull each other into real estate

Although Ginger King was the owner of a cleaning business, she didn’t think of herself as an entrepreneur.

King also didn’t believe she’d ever be capable of owning a home as nice as the ones she dusted and vacuumed. As she completed her duties, she admired the craftsmanship and furnishings but never saw herself living in such a place.

Why homeownership matters

June marks National Homeownership Month, which recognizes the value of homeownership and its positive impact on families, communities and the nation’s economy.

This month is a time to celebrate and help promote the American Dream of homeownership while pointing out the many benefits of owning a home.

Tips on choosing the right paint color for bedrooms

Trending colors can provide great inspiration for updating your home, but not all colors are equally suited for every space. Understanding the psychology of colors and how they reflect mood and behavior is important – especially for places such as bedrooms, which should be designed specifically for rest and relaxation to help you recharge.

Vols finally living up to expectations on the road to Omaha

Few people would have been surprised if they were told in February the Tennessee baseball team would reach the Men’s College World Series. But it would have been much harder to imagine the route the Vols took to get there.

Having been one of the nation’s top-ranked teams in the preseason, the Vols suffered through months of up-and-down performances. They endured puzzling losses and showcased dazzling potential.

Rock City awards new memorial scholarship to Howard student

Howard School student Brooklyn Clay is the first recipient of See Rock City’s Larry Ammons Memorial Scholarship. Rock City created the scholarship in memory of longtime employee and Howard graduate Larry Ammons, who died three years ago.

See Rock City President and CEO Doug Chapin presented Clay with a $2,000 check at The Howard School’s Senior Awards Day in May.

Ruby Falls exhibit features pioneering Black photographer

Ruby Falls opens exhibit celebrating local Black photographer

A new exhibit celebrating the life and legacy of Black photographer Horace Brazelton is open at Ruby Falls.

Brazelton (1877–1956) was the first African American to open a professional photography studio in Chattanooga.

Townsend Atelier to debut traveling exhibit

Townsend Atelier will host the debut of a traveling exhibit titled “Together: A Portrait of Americans” by Chattanooga artist David Michael Salerno.

The exhibit features 40 portrait paintings of individuals in the Chattanooga community. Salerno painted the portraits over the last two years.

Fire department breaks ground on new Station 15

After years of living and working in the cramped quarters of an outdated facility, the men and women posted at the Chattanooga Fire Department’s Station 15 will soon have a new building to call “home away from home.”

The new Station 15 on Shallowford Road will stand on the same property as the 63-year-old Station 15 and will provide enhanced service to the Eastdale community.

Financial Focus: Special needs trust could ease families’ stress

If you have a family member with special needs, you might face emotional and physical issues, but you also may be concerned about maximizing the financial support your loved one requires. Consequently, you may want to consider establishing a special needs trust.

Personal Finance: Be prepared: You’ll probably live longer than you think

Women often don’t score as well as men in surveys of financial literacy. One area where we seem to do better is “longevity literacy,” or understanding how long we’re likely to live.

Longevity literacy is essential to smart retirement planning. Overestimate your longevity, and you could retire too late or scrimp too much. Underestimate it and you could run short of money.

Millennial Money: How to use ChatGPT to plan your next vacation

Planning travel can be a daunting maze. Guidebooks, by their nature, send all readers to the same destinations. And web searches can yield an unhelpful mess of content.

Yet some tech-savvy travelers are finding success using artificial intelligence chatbots like ChatGPT and Bard to inspire and plan their vacations, treating these services like free, on-demand travel agents.

ArtsBuild opens nominations for Ruth Holmberg Arts Leadership Award

Actor Alan Cumming will be the featured guest at InterMission, a fundraising event benefiting ArtsBuild’s support of community arts organizations and programming as well as field trips for Hamilton County Schools’ children.

The inaugural event will be held Thursday, Sept. 14, 8 p.m. at the Roland Hayes Concert Hall on the campus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Behind the Wheel: Comparing the ’23 Honda HR-V, Toyota Corolla

The Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 are two of the most popular SUVs on sale today. With their spacious cabins, large cargo holds and the elevated ride height SUV shoppers love, each makes a strong case for itself as a family-friendly people mover with room for five on board.