Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Lee announces Reemployment Act to support Tennessee National Guard service members

NASHVILLE – Gov. Bill Lee announced the Reemployment Act to support the Tennessee...

COVID-19 spreads across the UC

UPPER CUMBERLAND – As COVID-19 hits record numbers across the state,...

Jared brings ‘hometown’ pharmacy to Baxter

BAXTER – It had always been a dream for Baxter native...

UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in October 2020

PUTNAM COUNTY – These are the most expensive homes sold in...

Tennessee selected for Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine distribution pilot program

Program will inform vaccine delivery logistics for U.S. NASHVILLE – Tennessee...

Committees to decide fate of Putnam fairgrounds, bus garage

COOKEVILLE – After intense discussion about the future of the fairgrounds...
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SBA deadline approaching for Tennessee small businesses to apply for working capital loans due to March storms

ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding businesses in Tennessee that Economic Injury Disaster Loans...

Putnam County sets model example of how to handle elections

COOKEVILLE – While other states are still counting votes in last...

BlueCross Bowl, volunteer sign-ups now available

Tennessee’s “High School Football Capital” prepares for 2020 games COOKEVILLE...

Aphena adds cold chain storage, biologics packaging, distribution

Expansion includes 14,000 cold chain pallet spaces in new 500K-square-foot facility

BlueCross Bowl returns to Cookeville

Tennessee’s ‘High School Football Capital’ prepares for 2020 games amidst COVID-19 pandemic

UC remains solidly Republican in last week’s election

UPPER CUMBERLAND - Despite last week's national presidential election results, the...

Rose shares goals, concerns for next Congressional session

COOKEVILLE – Local businessman and attorney John Rose was reelected Tuesday...

Algood passes liquor by the drink

ALGOOD – A campaign led by the Algood Citizens for Progress...

Area incumbents sweep state elections

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Familiar faces will be heading to Nashville to...

Liquor and leadership on ballots across region

UPPER CUMBERLAND – The focus wasn’t just on national elections Tuesday...

Lee extends State of Emergency, facilitates COVID treatment

NASHVILLE – Gov. Bill Lee announced Friday that he was extending...

Nursing homes COVID cases increasing due to community spread

27% of new cases in nursing homes from South Central States 

CRMC hiring nurses in preparation for busy winter

CRMC Hospital capacities limited by staffing shortage in state

CRMC debuts new masking campaign featuring local physicians

COOKEVILLE – Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) has launched a new...

Aphena Pharma completes $7M Maryland expansion

Three new state-of-the-art pharmaceutical blending suites are ready for new products

Tennessee infrastructure plan for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Health has announced the state’s infrastructure plan for distribution...

TNECD report highlights in-demand jobs

NASHVILLE – A new report released by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community...

UCDD, state and regional partners celebrate Hörmann grand opening

WHITE COUNTY — In 2018, federal, state, and regional officials gathered near the White...

State to hold weekend drive through COVID-19 testing in Fentress County

NASHVILLE – To address the rising COVID-19 case rates in Tennessee’s...

Cookeville Christmas Parade cancelled

COOKEVILLE – Due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus and...

CRMC halts elective overnight procedures, adds ICU beds in response to COVID surge

COOKEVILLE – In response to the increasing cases of COVID in Putnam...

Covid at record levels in the UC

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Active cases of COVID have reached record levels...

Cookeville Council denies panhandling ordinance

COOKEVILLE – The Cookeville City Council unanimously rejected a proposed panhandling...

Lee calls for suspending negative consequences from school testing

NASHVILLE– Gov. Bill Lee and Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn today announced they were...