The MCMS Raiders snagged another win on Tuesday beating Westwood 15-5.
Korean with a side of southern drawl … say what? Henry Cho brings his childhood experiences as an Asian American in the South to the SJCC on April 2.
After an impressive showing at an area NFL Combine, bowl officials recently invited Moore County running back Tyler Smith to play in the Blue-Grey American Bowl on May 17.
FEMA says they will now provide financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses incurred after January 20, 2020.
41A Music Festival organizers say they plan to move the 2021 festival out of downtown Tullahoma and into a new venue.
The Lynchburg Chamber seeks vendors selling baskets, birdhouses, plants, flowers, and other Spring-related items for Spring in the Hollow on May 1.
If you experience a power outage on Tuesday, you’ll need to report it the “old fashioned way” to DREMC. Their automatic outage reporting will be down from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. during a meter software update.
Metro Mayor Bonnie Lewis says vaccination appointments are now open to all locals aged 55 and older.
On Monday, local and state officials closed Elm Street and swept building with bomb sniffing K-9s based on a possible bomb threat. Officials found nothing suspicious in the area.
Moore County High School and Middle School baseball and softball kicks off this week. There’s also a Metro Council meeting and a plant sale at Mulberry Lavender Farm.