U.S. Rep. Diane Black, R-Gallatin, stopped into Morristown Wednesday morning to have breakfast with the Hamblen County Republican Women and other local Republican leaders.
Metro Council met Tuesday night for its second meeting of the month. An agenda is published prior to each meeting and can be found on Metro's website. Here are three things that happened at last night's meeting you should know about:
More negotiation is in the future between the Town of Greeneville and Greene County in regards to ending their partnership to operate the airport and who will be legally responsible for defending lawsuits brought against the facility.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton hailed the June 11 Supreme Court decision upholding efforts by Ohio, which are part of a historic settlement with Judicial Watch, to maintain accurate voting rolls.
Governor Bill Haslam signed legislation Friday, June 29 to support TN Together, the governor’s plan to end the opioid crisis in Tennessee through three key areas – prevention, treatment, and law enforcement.
Dedicated Future Farmer of America (FFA) member, accomplished agriculture teacher and FFA advisor, and diligent leader within the Coffee County Schools are only a few phrases that describe Mr. Joe K. Pedigo, who recently retired from his role as the Deputy Director for Coffee County Schools.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Wednesday, June 13 the “Place to Worship Initiative”, which will focus on protecting the ability of houses of worship and other religious institutions to build, expand, buy, or rent facilities-as provided by the land use provisions of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA).
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the non-partisan, national movement to limit terms for elected officials, commends Tennessee state Senator Kerry Roberts for signing its Article V pledge. He committed to support a resolution applying for a congressional term limits amendment convention.
State Rep. Ron Travis (R-Dayton) and State Sen. Ken Yager (R-Kingston) announced Thursday Community Development Block Grants [CDBG] totaling more than $786,000 for water and sewer system upgrades in two Rhea County communities.