Sunday, May 16, 2021

IRS extends tax deadlines for six UC counties

Provides special guidelines for disaster area business owners, individuals needing further extensions

Mask mandates, capacity restrictions end across Tennessee

TENNESSEE – As of midnight tonight, the city of Memphis will...

Panic buying leads to gas shortages

ALGOOD – Panic buying by people fearing a gas shortage is...

NFIB: Small business job openings reach record high for third straight month

Forty-four percent of small business owners unable to fill job openings

March flooding brings Tennessee a 2nd Federal Disaster Declaration in 2021

NASHVILLE – Six Upper Cumberland counties are among the 23 Tennessee counties that will...

Lee pushes return to work, economic recovery

Ends all federal pandemic unemployment funding  NASHVILLE – Today, Gov. Bill Lee...

Roane State Foundation announces boost in scholarship funding for 2021-22 academic year

UPPER CUMBERLAND - Thanks to prudent fiscal management and increased donations, 50% more funding...

Businesses, workers needed for upcoming job fairs

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Stuffed animals and goldfish aren’t the best prizes...

Local employers struggle to find workers

COOKEVILLE – As the economy rebounds from COVID-19 closures, many Cookeville...

Wide range of jobs available across the UC

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Although there is a light being shined upon those...

Tech celebrates commencement with outside ceremonies for spring graduates

COOKEVILLE — On a picturesque day in the Upper Cumberland, more than 1,330 degrees...

Burlap Room announces May Cigar Night

SMITHVILLE – Bert Driver’s Burlap Room...

Tennessee State Fair, Wilson County Fair combine events

NASHVILLE — When agricultural fair season rolls around this year, the Tennessee State Fair...

State budget includes $120 million for Tech

COOKEVILLE – The State of Tennessee 2021-2022 budget includes more than $64 million for...

New Starbucks plans late May/early June opening

COOKEVILLE – Mocha Frappuccino lovers on the west side of town...

TDOE selects 12 UC schools for new trauma-informed schools cohort

New cohort more than doubles number of trauma-informed schools in Tennessee Nashville — Today,...

Lee announces passage of FY 2021-2022 budget

Includes significant investment in public-private partnerships NASHVILLE - Today, Gov. Bill...

Right-to-work constitutional amendment heads to ballot

NASHVILLE – Today, the Tennessee House passed Senate Joint Resolution 2...

Tennessee population increases to almost 7 million

WASHINGTON – The population of the state of Tennessee increased by...

UC roads, bridges included in TDOT plan for 2022-2024

NASHVILLE – Gov. Bill Lee and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner Clay Bright today...

Lee pushes reopening, focus on economic recovery

Ends public health orders and local mask authority NASHVILLE – Today, Gov....

UCBJ Lists: Putnam County’s top residential transactions in March 2021

PUTNAM COUNTY – Real estate is at a premium in Putnam...

CRMC budget heads to city council

COOKEVILLE— Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) continues to serve and invest in the...

Eight UC counties in disaster declaration for winter storms

WASHINGTON – Eight Upper Cumberland counties were included in the major disaster declaration for the...

City has no authority over operations of CRMC

COOKEVILLE – Although many citizens believe that the city-owned Cookeville Regional...

Tech’s partnership with Columbia State blossoms with new Lawrenceburg facility

LAWRENCEBURG – An educational seed that Tennessee Tech University planted in Lawrence County a...

Investigation into Shelton’s hiring ceased, CRMC responds to action

COOKEVILLE – At the April 15 Cookeville City Council meeting, the...

Cumberland County EMS launches new tactical EMS team

CUMBERLAND COUNTY - Cumberland County is the first in the region to form a...

Jackson County reports almost $4 million in flood damages, expenses

Gainesboro – Recent flooding resulted in $3,995,000 in damages and emergency response...

Three UC counties to be considered for federal disaster declaration

NASHVILLE – Three Upper Cumberland counties with almost $4.5 million in...