Looking for an easy day-trip with a scenic drive to an arts and crafts show? The Mountain Market for Arts & Crafts, one of the longest running and most popular crafts festivals in the Southeast, might be just what you’re looking for.
The Queen musical “We Will Rock You” opened this weekend on the Arts Center of Cannon County stage and will continue through the end of the month.
The 6th Annual Winchester Farm to Table Dinner will be held outside on North Jefferson Street in front of the Winchester Livery in historic Downtown Winchester beginning with a cocktail hour at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3. In case of inclement weather the event will be moved inside the Win…
The sun will come out tomorrow when the Performing Arts for Children and Teens (PACT) presents the first of four performances in its limited-run production of “Annie” on the South Jackson Civic Center stage.
Looking for a perfect local destination for a family outing this summer – the Elk River has something to please each member of the family.
According to statistics from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Tennessee has over 70,000 cases of domestic violence involving men and women victims.
The Summer Reading Program at the Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library motivates young readers to continue learning during the summer months when the doors of schools are closed.
Despite the city assisting in the opening of a new evening farmers market, vendors at the Tullahoma Food Fair say things are still going strong on Wednesday mornings.
The Historic Preservation Society of Tullahoma will host its next meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25, at the St. Barnabas Episcopal Church to learn more about the church’s history, society officials announced.
The Fly Community Theatre, based in Shelbyville’s Fly Arts Center, 204 S. Main St., will hold auditions at 2 p.m. today (Sunday, June 23) and 6 p.m. Monday for Del Shores’ “Daughters of the Lone Star State.”
After years of hard work and dedication from staff and citizens, the Tullahoma Animal Shelter is pleased to announce the doors are ready to open on the new facility.
Old Stone Fort State Archeological Park will be among the Tennessee parks offering volunteer events for TN Promise scholars to fulfill their community service hours.
Volunteers with Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity are participating at Planet Roo during Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival this weekend.
Oceans are to Earth what blood is to the human body, and that’s why it’s extremely important to learn about them and to stop hurting them, says Sean Amidon, executive director of Hands-On Science Center.
Jerry Ray, of Tullahoma, started farming 45 years ago on just 45 acres that once belonged to his grandfather. Over the years he added 75 acres to his holdings, and the veteran of an occupation that is more calling than profession rented additional property and became steward to some 1,900 ac…
The most important thing Marion Robinson did for her daughter, Michelle, was raise her to be a person, not just a baby or a child.
To participate in a friendly atlatl competition, learn about the prehistoric tool or just watch the contestants show off their skills, join the Atlatl Days activities at the Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park. The event is set for May 31 - June 2 in Manchester.
Would you allow someone to read the diary you kept as a teenager? Who would you choose to share in the humiliation, shame and hilarity of your teen angst? Odds are, your first thought wasn’t to share it with a room full of complete strangers - but that’s exactly what thousands of people sinc…
The Wee Actors Guild, a youth division of Manchester’s Millennium Repertory Company, will present “Disney’s The Lion King, Jr.,” at the Manchester Arts Center May 10 through 19.
An event to benefit Tullahoma resident James Hodge, who suffered from pulmonary fibrosis prior to a March lung transplant, is set for Saturday, May 11, at Lynchburg Elementary School, 276 Mechanic St. North, in Lynchburg.
Beth Thames, president of the Tullahoma Art Center, invites locals to “a feast for their eyes,” as local students will display art pieces at the center May 5 through May 19.