LOCAL HISTORY | It’s one of the few Tennessee historical sites associated with the War of 1812 and it’s located in nearby Fayetteville. Organizers plan Camp Blount Volunteer Days for Friday and Saturday.
Who was the real Jack Daniel? To celebrate his birth month of September, we examine the man beyond the brand and how he shaped Lynchburg in some unexpected ways.
For Father’s Day, we caught up with Junebug Clark to talk about his father, Joe Clark the Hillbilly Snap Shooter, and their days together in Lynchburg shooting photographs for Jack Daniel’s Distillery’s Postcards from Lynchburg ad campaign.
Wanna share your family’s story? Participate in the Middle Tennessee African American Oral History Project
MTSU invites local African-American families to participate in the Middle Tennessee African American Oral History Project during the Juneteenth federal holiday.
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.
Did you know that Moore County’s had not one but two female sheriff’s? You can learn that and other fascinating local history during a tour of the Moore County Jail Museum.
The Moore County Historical Society recently announced that they have extended the Moore County Founding Families Certification deadline until February 14.
It dates back to the days Johnny Majors walked the streets of Lynchburg. The annual Moore County, Huntland rivalry game will happen on Friday.