At the request of 14th District Attorney General Craig Northcott, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents are investigating a complaint of official misconduct against Tullahoma Police Chief Paul Blackwell.
The new Tullahoma Police Department will take inspiration from city hall when it comes to design, according to Architect Allen Hill of Upland Design Group (UDG).
Right outside the front entrance of Bel-Aire Elementary School sits a wooden box. It’s no bigger than a microwave box, but inside it’s full of possibilities and adventures.
In what has become a Tullahoma holiday tradition, free meals will be delivered to the less fortunate on Christmas Day by the mayor and first lady of Tullahoma.
A 26-year-old Murfreesboro man is in the Coffee County Jail after he allegedly drove past a security post at AEDC on Saturday and claimed to be “on a mission from Osama Bin Laden” when security officers stopped his vehicle.
Twenty-five thousand dollars were raised and a mountain of toys were collected thanks to Tullahoma graduate, hometown hero and Grand Ole Opry member Dustin Lynch.
A week after the annual shopping day, The Tullahoma News’ Karing for Kids campaign can officially close the books on another successful year.
The Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved several upcoming construction projects and agreements valued at nearly $250,000 at its Monday, Dec. 10 meeting.
Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin and members of the Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee on Nov. 27 discussed several topics related to the department, including high employee turnover and the need to raise corrections officers’ wages, closing the workhouse and costs related to holdin…
Christmas trees are fun to decorate, pretty to look at, and they have been a part of the Christmas tradition for centuries. There are big trees, small trees, skinny trees, fat trees and Charlie Brown trees.
Lauren Havens, 32, struggled with addiction for years and, as a child, “never felt really smart or capable of much.” She is now on her way of becoming a pilot, thanks to the support she found at Blue Monarch and the help of Tullahoma resident Jim Apple.
The Tullahoma Educational Foundation for Excellence (TEFE) has announced it has once again funded two scholarships for Tullahoma High School graduates and is accepting applications for them.
A new state report lists Tullahoma City Schools as slightly behind the state average in overall academic success, but district officials say they aren’t using the state report as the “highest priority” metric in evaluating student success.
The Coffee County Commission is the only governing body with authority to appoint members to the Public Building Authority (PBA), the board that oversees the Manchester-Coffee County Conference Center. That’s according to County Technical Assistance Service (CTAS), which provides technical c…
Among the many talented groups of students Tullahoma High School houses, including award-winning show choir and band programs and sports teams with quarterfinals and state tournament appearances to their credit, the THS Marine Corps JROTC program can also boast exemplary cadets.
As a years-long wrongful termination lawsuit finally concludes with a settlement that will cost county taxpayers nearly $1 million, county officials are taking a look at the issues that led to the judgement against the county.
Children from Tullahoma elementary schools had fun shopping for warm clothes and shoes Monday night, thanks to the Karing for Kids program.
On Monday, the Coffee County Commission approved a settlement of nearly $1 million to be paid to former county employee Melinda Keeling and Jerry Gonzalez, her attorney, to end a years-long wrongful termination lawsuit.
With only hours left until Tullahoma children go shopping Monday for the clothes they need to keep warm this winter, The Tullahoma News’ Karing for Kids campaign is just about $4,000 shy of its $20,000 goal.
North Jackson Street will be transformed into the wonderfully wacky world of Whoville this Friday night as the 62nd annual Tullahoma Christmas Parade, sponsored by Stan McNabb Automotive, takes over the streets of downtown.
Richard Ellis finds joy in helping people during the roughest times of their lives, and his position as a chief executive officer of Tennova Healthcare - Harton offers him an opportunity to do just that.
The News is joining forces with Santa Claus this Christmas season to help Tullahoma children get their wish lists to the North Pole and we’re asking the community to join in the holiday fun.
With a new superintendent at the helm, the Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education has officially adopted a new vision and mission statement for the district.
Sign-ups for the Tullahoma Fire Department’s annual Toys for Tots campaign will begin at 10 this morning at C.D. Stamps Community Center, department officials told The News.
It’s that time of year – Christmas spirit is in the air and everyone is in the mood to give. Some gifts are better suited than others and some are gift decisions are made too hastily.
On Sunday, Dec. 9, the Highland Rim Chapter of The Compassionate Friends will join hundreds of other chapters around the world in creating a continuous circle of candlelight to honor the memory of children who have died.
Library Assistant Director Katherine VonWert invites local children to make Christmas ornaments, decorate cookies and trim the tree Tuesday, Dec. 4, during the Coffee County Lannom Memorial Public Library Christmas Party.
Racing for Miracles, a nonprofit organization established in 2015, was launched “with the idea of turning our love for horses into a way of giving back to our community,” said founder Faith Few.
With only a week and a half left to go, The Tullahoma News’ Karing for Kids campaign is still soliciting donations from generous givers in the area.
Bill Comer and Roland Segroves will retire from the Industrial Board of Coffee County in December. Their last day of service will be Dec. 12, at which time nominees for their replacements are expected to be named.
The previously denied plan for Woodlands Subdivision Phase II has received new life thanks to a Nov. 19 vote of the Tullahoma Municipal Regional Planning Commission.