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River views in Chattanooga! Near Coolidge Park. 1124 Constitution Drive - $539000
Welcome to North Shore living at its finest in the gated community of Heritage Landing. This one level River front and Lake side unit is within walking distance of the North Shore shops and entertainment, Tennessee Aquarium, Coolidge Park, Riverwalk and Veterans and Walnut Street Bridges. Heritage Landing offers two pools (one saltwater), a tennis court, five fountain aerated lakes, and sidewalks. This upscale gated community with 24 hour security also offers a clubhouse for residents and guests. Invite the beauty of the outside into your home, with views of the river, lake, Lookout Mountain, Audobon Island, and passing boats and kayaks. The kitchen offers Italian Marble counter tops and floors trimmed in oak. Eat-in area overlooks a second deck and views of the lake. The double garage with tile floor has pulldown stairs to spacious attic storage. The first bedroom was used as a den with fantastic views of the Tennessee River. The second bedroom features large closet space, and the oversized master bedroom has a seating area, entertainment center with gas fireplace and a generous walk-in closet, and those gorgeous views of the Tennessee River. The Master Bath offers a Roman tub, separate shower and double vanities.
EAST RIDGE, Tennessee(WDEF) - A Chattanooga man is accused of raping a woman at knife-point in her home. Trent Sise, 20, of Chattanooga was charged with one count of aggravated rape, once count of aggravated burglary and one count of aggravated robbery. According to the arrest report, Sise allegedly followed the woman to her home. Once inside, he reportedly raped the woman at knife-point ...
When executives at Volkswagen’s plant in Chattanooga recently pressured employees to join the United Auto Workers, those workers had the help of the Beacon Center, a Tennessee think tank that not only provided much-needed research on the harms of unionization but also held town-hall forums to fight pro-union propaganda.
A suspension of Knoxville attorney Roger D. Hyman’s law license has been upheld by a unanimous opinion of the Tennessee Supreme Court. In 2010, the Board of Professional Responsibility filed a petition for discipline against Mr. Hyman for two unrelated complaints.