EPB and Qupitekk Launch Commercial Quantum Network to Accelerate Development and Adoption of Quantum Products

Building on a “R&D 100” award-winning effort to run quantum cybersecurity technologies, EPB of Chattanooga and Qubitekk have joined together to launch America’s first industry-led, commercially available quantum network designed for private companies as well as government and university researchers to run quantum equipment and applications in an established fiber optic environment. EPB Quantum NetworkSM is a quantum-as-a-service offering that will provide […]

EPB and the Homeless Coalition Ask for Help to End Homelessness

EPB has partnered with the Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition, to launch Connect For Good an effort to raise awareness about ways to help people get back into permanent housing. “People experiencing homelessness look like you and me, our children and our family members,” said Mike Smith, Executive Director, Chattanooga Regional Homeless Coalition. “It’s troubling to think of our […]

The Hunter Museum Announces New Development Director

The Hunter Museum of American Art is pleased to announce that Daisy Maurya-Ballard has assumed the role of Director of Development, leading organizational fundraising efforts including major giving and corporate partnerships. Maurya-Ballard joins the Hunter Museum following a successful 14-year career in specialty device and pharmaceutical sales as well as healthcare business development and partner […]

EPA Selects Enterprise Center Inc. to Receive Funding

Largest investment for community air monitoring in EPA history funded by President Biden’s Climate and Economic Plans Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has selected the Enterprise Center Inc. to receive funding to conduct community air quality monitoring in Hamilton County communities. The grant is one of 132 air monitoring projects in 37 states will […]

Open Call for Artists for EPB 10th Street Mural

EPB and our partners invite local artists to submit proposals for the third side of our EPB community mural project along 10th Street. This year’s central theme is “Traditions on MLK” and highlights family traditions throughout the years in Downtown Chattanooga’s Martin Luther King Boulevard area. The open call begins November 1, 2022, and ends January […]

City Chief Financial Officer Brent Goldberg Accepts New Role as Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Brent Goldberg has accepted a new position as Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, resigning from his role as the City’s Chief Financial Officer effective December 1. “Brent has made a tremendously positive impact during his time at the City, from reforming the budgeting process to creating complex […]


For the first time, Chattanooga Department of Parks and Outdoors’s Summit of Softball Complex will host a dazzling drive-through holiday lights experience November 18 through January 1 Special “Affordable for All” Holiday Pricing – One Carload, One Price, Starting at $15 for a limited time. Tickets are on sale now at Magicoflights.com/Chattanooga This holiday season […]