The Metro Council approved the year ending budget amendments and heard from the Metro Audit Committee at last night’s special session meeting.
Tabitha Evans Moore
A new Metro program helps you protect your home and land against a fraudulent deed filing.
After over of year of shut down to the public due to COVID-19, Nearest Green Distillery re-opened last weekend. Here are five cool new features you won’t want to miss at your next visit.
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It’s a five year tradition between Jack Daniel’s and Indian Motorcycles to raise money for Operation Ride Home and it happens on Tuesday.
United Way of Highway 55 recently announced funding for over 20 are non-profits including six that service Moore County.
The Metro Budget remains unsettled but Mayor Lewis has called a Metro Council Special Session meeting to handle any end of fiscal 2020-21 business. That meeting happens June 30.
Walker Hayes will get Fancy Like in Music Hollow on Saturday, July 10 at the Lynchburg Music Fest. Organizers announced this full line on Wednesday.
This year Tennessee will kick off not one but three sales tax holidays beginning on Friday, July 30.
From a Fourth of July celebration to a trail ride to a week long celebration to the current two-day event, the Lynchburg tradition known today as Frontier Days enjoys a past dating back to 1962.