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Chattanooga shoppers with stimulus checks, tax refunds to spend find some supplies are scarce

"Whether it's furniture, appliances or construction materials, consumers with tax refunds and stimulus money to spend are finding they may not be able to get what they want — at least, not yet.

"When I have to special order, that's when we're getting what used to be a wait of eight to 10 weeks is now 16 to 20 weeks," said Michael Turner, the owner of Huck and Peck furniture store on West 31st Street in Chattanooga."

Neighborhood To Watch: Southside Chattanooga, Tennessee

"Check out what Chattanooga has to offer when visitors come here. This article is talking about what the Southside neighborhood of downtown Chattanooga has to offer, which is quite a list. But you can rest assured, if you come stay in the renovated train sleeper cars or the brand new Kinley Hotel, you will be resting on a locally made MurMaid Mattress!"

Chattanooga area businesses prepare to make masks mandatory amid coronavirus

"Local businesses are gearing up to become mask mandate enforcers, as Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger's executive order requires them to post signs and ensure their customers are masked."

Community and Camaraderie in the Midst of COVID-19

"When unfortunate times hit home, Chattanoogans emerge with a spirit of camaraderie, reminding us that we are in this together.

Over the past few months, we have been inspired by local businesses, nonprofits and individuals who have stacked hands (metaphorically of course) to help our community in COVID-19 relief efforts.

While many people have plunged into ‘help’ mode, today we pause to appreciate the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC), The Enterprise Center, MurMaid Mattress and TWO MEN AND A TRUCK." - Chattanoooga Area Chamber