Business

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Walker Rocks will soon be hitting the road. David Bridges, owner of Battlefield Outdoors, won a $5,000 grant at the first Walker Rocks Start-up Challenge pitch competition held Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Walker County Civic Center.

Puckett EMS’s parent company, Priority Ambulance, has been recognized as the fastest growing ambulance company in America. / Contributed

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Priority Ambulance has announced that it ranked No. 521 on the Inc Magazine’s 5000 fastest-growing companies in America with 964 percent growth over a three-year period.

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Searching for a job? You might want to keep an eye on county and city listings. The pay can vary from not so great to decent, and there are often additional benefits. Some jobs offer career opportunities; and for those that don’t, a government job can look good on a résumé for your next step…

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Designed as a mountaintop haven for guests looking for weekend getaways, special occasions and weekday corporate events, The McLemore Resort Lookout Mountain, Curio Collection by Hilton is the result of a partnership between Chattanooga-based Scenic Land Company and Hilton (NYSE: HLT).

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When Jonathan Connell decided to move his medical supplies business from Albany, Ga., to Fort Oglethorpe, he announced the change to his employees and asked who would like to come along. Six families chose to relocate with Connell.

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What started out as strictly business for Danny Bishop – making runs to Amish country in Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky for produce to sell at his shop in Fort Oglethorpe – has turned into much more.

Domino's Pizza has arrived in Chickamauga and is keeping its doors open late. It opened on July 27 at 110 Cove Road with owner Chris Hamilton. According to general manager Alyssa Sevigny, the pizza restaurant has a nine-member staff and is taking applications. To apply, visit www.whybenormal…

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The Georgia Department of Labor’s (GDOL) LaFayette Career Center will help Lookout Mountain Community Services (LMCS) recruit about 20 employees to work in Chattooga and Walker counties. The company provides mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities services to individual…

Catoosa County Environmental Health, part of the Georgia Department of Public Health, conducted food service inspections at the following 12 establishments where food is served, during first two weeks of July 2017..

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