The South Central Human Resource Agency announced this week that open enrollment for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) begins October 1.
STATE EDUCATION NEWS | Attention Moore County students: Tennessee Tech will waive applications fees for the month of September.
Take a musical road trip from Bristol to Memphis and beyond with Tennessee Tourism’s new Tennessee Music Pathways podcast. It launched on Wednesday.
Got a structures, buildings, sites, or battlefields related to Tennessee’s military heritage that needs preserving? The states got a grant for that.
MTSU will host a Tennessee Girls in STEM Math and Science Conference on Saturday, September 24. The university invites Moore County students in grades 5-12 to attend.
The first of three sales tax holidays will kick off on Friday, July 29 and focus on items traditionally purchased during back-to-school season.
STATE NEWS | Thirty nine of Tennessee’s 56 state parks will host Tennessee Promise Saturday on June 25.
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.
STATE NEWS | Own a historic building that sitting idle? A state grants could help preserve it. Learn more at a webinar happening on Thursday.
STATE NEWS | The new state broadband map shows large portions of Moore County with available speeds of less than 100 Mbps. It’s something local company, Monster Broadband, says they are trying to change as quickly as possible.