From Camp Forrest in nearby Tullahoma to the Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge, Tennessee played a crucial role in WW II and a new Library of Congress grant will help MTSU preserve more of that history.
Moore County landowners who live near the Duck or Elk River could quality for state cost share dollars
If you live near the Duck or Elk River the state may help fund tree planting, forest improvement, invasive plant management, prescribed burning and other improvements.
October 18 will be the last day to download the digital passport to the Ken Burns Country Music Pathway created by TN Tourism.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville contributed to a new COVID-19 treatment pill. It’s now under review for use in the U.S.
It’s deer mating season in southern, middle Tennessee and Moore County drivers should keep an eye out on local backroads to avoid a collision.
Motlow received a spotless state audit and says it emphasizes their commitment to making tuition dollars go further.
Beginning October 15, the Metro Volunteer Fire Department and the Tennessee Department of Agriculture would like to remind Moore County citizens that Debris Burn Permits will be required through next May.
Thanks to Tennessee Tourism color blind Tennesseans can now see the fall colors thanks to special color blind viewers. The closest one to Lynchburg is at South Cumberland State Park in Monteagle.
As Tennessee celebrates 225 years of statehood, it’s asking for citizen input on the new standard license plate design. Voting ends Sept.27.
Great news. A new technology developed at Vanderbilt may push monoclonal antibody therapies to the next level in the fight against COVID-19.