Moore County gained 29 new COVID-19 cases in the last seven days. That’s almost double the number of the previous seven day period.
Area blood banks report dangerously low local blood supplies. MCHS will host a mobile blood drive on November 5.
If you are a local farmer who has experiences losses due to the pandemic, the local UT Extension office encourages you to apply for CFAP2. The deadline is December 11.
Angelica Dotson uses her experiences as a Hispanic student in southern, middle Tennessee to encourage other Motlow College students
Animal shelters, homeless services, and educational opportunities are just some examples of the hundreds of non-profit activities that the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee funds. Their Discretionary Grants application period is open now.
Leaving unfinished prescription drugs around your house can be dangerous. National Rx Take Back Day can help.
Moore County and Franklin County emergency management performed a swift water rescue yesterday on the Elk River inside Moore County.
If you had to survive using only things commonly on your person, could you make it? Learn the basics of thriving in the wilderness at Forged at the Ford.
The Lynchburg Times and South Central Tennessee Tourism Association have developed a media partnership to help tell the stories of Lynchburg small businesses.
A $300,000 USDA grant will fund a new partnership between Motlow, MTSU, and Columbia State to attract agricultural students interested in fermentation science.