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.
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.
A Lynchburg native will be honored Saturday in Knoxville when UT and Pitt face off in the Johnny Majors Classic.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is being honored as the 2021 Friend of Education by the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE).
Due to rising COVID cases in Nashville and across the state, the Southern Festival of Books will go virtual again in 2021.
Vanderbilt recently announced a vaccination mandate for all employees including those at Vanderbilt Tullahoma and Vanderbilt Bedford County.
At 3 p.m. today, Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order No. 84 allowing parents to opt out of school mask mandates.
When temperatures rise in late summer, so do snake sightings in Moore County. Here’s how to avoid an accidental run-in or bite.
According to the latest numbers, more Moore County citizens are likely unintentionally transmitting COVID-19 to their family, friends, and neighbors than other surrounding counties.