The Middle Tennessee State University’s Board of Trustees announced a 1.78 percent tuition increase on Tuesday.
Smoke will return to the holler this year. Distillery officials announced today the return of the Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational on October 8-9.
Need help identifying folks in a Moore County or Lynchburg historical photo? Then bring it to the next meeting of the Moore County Historical Society meeting on June 13.
Redistricting happens every 10 years and could shake up the current Metro Council and School Board districts.
The U.S. Small Business Administration recently announced a new program aimed at rural small businesses.
Motlow is looking for adjunct professors. There will be a recruitment event on Thursday.
According to a new study, folks in Moore County enjoy the third best buying power in the state.
They call it “one hour that can change your life.” Motlow plans six on-campus assistance days for both prospective and current students.
Mayor informs council that an estimated $12 million in new homes left off property tax rolls over past six years
At the latest Metro Council meeting, Metro Mayor Bonnie Lewis informed the council that new homes had been left off the Moore County property tax rolls dating back to 2015. Though she did not give a number or estimated dollar amount, The Times has since learned that there were over 60 new homes with an estimated value of over $12 million missing from local tax rolls.
Any Moore County property owner who disagrees with the re-assessment may appeal to County Board of Equalization when they begin meeting on June 1. Citizens can contact the Moore County property Assessor’s office at 931-759-7044. Their offices are located inside the Moore County Courthouse.