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About Ashley Hopkins

Ashley Hopkins joined Nooga.com in 2011 as a content editor for the website's news, business and lifestyle articles. Ashley has a combined total of eight years of editing and newsroom experience, including reporting for The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C.; editing the student newspaper, The Echo, at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; writing content for Walmart.com; and editing a tri-annual academic journal called Education About Asia. Ashley has also edited dissertations and books, and she has had articles published in both academic journals and academic reference books. She is also a former adjunct instructor for Chattanooga State Community College, where she taught grammar, composition and literature. She has a bachelor's degree in communication and a master's degree in English and American languages and literature, both from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

ARTICLES BY ASHLEY HOPKINS

Decking the halls: Why it's not worth caring when others decorate for Christmas

At no other time of year does anyone care how my home is decorated except in November. ...

Innovasan Corp. wins Will This Float? competition

Approximately 350 people attended Will This Float? 2014, which featured business pitches from 10 aspiring entrepreneurs from across East Tennessee. ...

Chattanooga ranks 6th on Top 10 Furriendliest Cities list

Nationwide, more than 16,000 pets found homes during the event, held at PetSmart stores Nov. 14–16. More than 3,000 local adoption groups helped with the adoption processes. ...

Chattanooga named a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists

The promotion will be noted with a new silver Bicycle Friendly Community sign, which will be unveiled in the coming weeks. ...

Local restaurants offer menu options that support Grateful Gobbler fundraiser

Mt. Vernon Restaurant (on Broad Street) and 2 Squares a Day (on Amnicola Highway) are offering menu items whose sales benefit the annual event. ...
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