LOCAL NEWS | New cases of COVID-19 seems to be slowing down in Moore County.
For 22 years, bald eagles disappeared from Tennessee. Today, they’ve made a comeback. February is peak eagle spotting season in Moore County.
Motlow State student recently elected new student government representative including new president, Gregory Arvin, from the Moore County campus.
New and returning Motlow State students may receive a free smartphone this spring semester. The free mobile phone giveaway began on the first day of classes, across all Motlow campus locations.
It happens every February and March. It’s coyote mating season and sightings are on an uptick in Moore County. Locals should keep a close eye on small children and vulnerable pets.
Moore County’s new COVID case count rose for second straight week. There are now 280 active cases in Lynchburg.
Motlow State Community College recently established Bucks Closet, a donation-based, student-designed free career apparel store for Motlow students.
Are you a competitive gamer who attends Motlow State? Then their new esports team might be just for you.
According to state officials, Tims Ford Lake, in his former backyard, will soon become a Bill Dance Signature Lake. The state will invest over $15 million in upgrades and improvements across 18 lakes.
After nearly a year, the Metro Zoning Ordinances now contain a category for medium to high density developments in the county. The Metro Council passed its third reading at their most recent meeting.