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About Chloé Morrison

Chloé Morrison joined Nooga.com in 2011 as staff writer, covering business in Chattanooga. Chloé is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and has seven years of experience working as a professional journalist. She has worked at the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the Daily Times in Maryville, Tenn. She has covered crime, courts, education, agriculture and tourism. She covered the high-profile missing person case and murder investigation of Theresa Parker, which received national media attention. In 2009, Chloé received four Golden Press Card Awards from the East Tennessee Society of Professional Journalists and in 2011 was named a finalist for a Tennessee Associated Press Managing Editor Award. Chloé is also an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and the adviser of the university's student newspaper, The Echo.

ARTICLES BY CHLOÉ MORRISON

Easy Bistro's chef highlights Chattanooga restaurants in Find. Eat. Drink.

Several local businesses—from Chattz Coffee and Pure Sodaworks to the Bluegrass Grill and Bea's—are currently featured on the site. ...

T.MAC business improves after expansion

The name change is part of an overall rebranding effort, and Perry said that people in Atlanta and employees have long-called the restaurant "T.MAC" as a nickname. ...

Olive Chattanooga has new ownership, expanded offerings

Owners Josh and Pam Ferguson bought the business in May. ...

Leaders search for Innovation Delegation recruits to help improve city

Ideal candidates are people with a solid understanding of startups and technology who have shown commitment to finding creative solutions for problems. And they must be from outside the region. ...

The Crash Pad to host farmers market every Thursday through November

Thursday at 6 p.m., officials will have a grand opening ceremony and ribbon-cutting event at The Crash Pad, which is located at 29 Johnson St., just off Main Street. ...

Penn Station East Coast Subs opening second location downtown

Restaurateur Ryan Lackey, who used to drive out of his way to eat at Penn Station East Coast Subs, is now opening a second location of the fast-casual restaurant here. ...
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