There will be no pull from reserves for the Tullahoma City Schools coming fiscal year.
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.
Locals will have a chance to see their recipes on the pages of a cookbook, while at the same time helping build a new shelter for the homeless.
This summer has seen a number of staffing changes for Tullahoma City Schools, including the promotion of Bel-Aire Elementary School Principal April Norris to the Director of State and Federal Programs and the hiring of a new human resources specialist.
If the Coffee County Commission approves the proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, the sheriff’s department will finally see pay raises, after years of unsuccessful requests by the sheriff’s department.
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.
Blood Assurance is critically low on O-positive, B-negative and A-negative blood and is also in urgent need of platelets. Blood Assurance needs five day’s supply of each blood type to ensure every patient has what they need. There is less than one day’s supply of B-negative, A-negative and O…
With the official arrival of summer, area waterways will be popular destinations for boaters and families. This weekend the community is invited to volunteer a few hours to ensure one of the area’s most popular outdoor destinations looks its best this season.
During a recent meeting of the Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee, county officials discussed the possibility of eliminating primary elections for county offices.
Park Ranger Leigh Gardner invites locals to join her and other park rangers to enjoy the sunrise at Old Stone Fort State Archeological Park on the longest day of the year, Friday, June 21.
Two veteran Tullahoma City Schools teachers were officially dismissed from their positions on Monday night for failing to “follow the chain of command and model integrity through honesty and transparency.”
In 2012, Mayor Lane Curlee dubbed Wednesday, June 6, C.D. Stamps Day in Tullahoma to honor the late educator and community member who shaped the lives of African American children in the area.
During the week of Memorial Day, members of the Shady Grove Garden Club dedicated two plaques in Tullahoma’s History Park to honor the men and women who have served or are currently serving in the United States Armed Services.
The gates open later today (Wednesday) for the annual group of Bonnaroovians ready to return to Great Stage Park, and local groups are ready to set up shop and help out with the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.
The Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee (TBPR) has launched an investigation related to Coffee County Attorney General Craig Northcott’s conduct.
Retired Army Sgt. Major Larry Williams presented a program about Honor Flight of Middle Tennessee to members of the Franklin County A.M. Rotary Club on June 6, 2019.
As Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival approaches it’s 18th year in existence, fans from across the world are still showing massive interest in the four-day event that will be held in Manchester this week.
Bonnaroo Works Fund (BWF), the charitable arm of the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, announced on June 3 the opening of the 2019 grant cycle and an expansion of its mission and programming.
The Tullahoma Lions Club has recognized community members for their support for the organization and its mission to enhance the quality of life of Tullahoma residents.
In preparation for the city’s annual Independence Day celebration, city officials announced they are seeking vendors to set up shop during the festival. This year’s celebration will once again take place on Wednesday, July 3.
Hundreds of attorneys from across the state of Tennessee are calling for an investigation into Coffee County District Attorney General Craig Northcott after a video surfaced of Northcott claiming he doesn’t offer the same protections for people involved in gay marriage in cases of domestic v…
The sun was shining and the clouds were plentiful on Saturday morning when about a dozen volunteers trekked out along Rock Creek for a cleanup mission. Armed with trash bags, gloves and grabbing sticks, people from Tullahoma and Manchester alike strolled through Frazier McEwen Park along the…
After months of fundraising and planning, the Shady Grove Garden Club, with the assistance of the city and local historical and veterans groups, was able to formally dedicate a Blue Star and Gold Star Memorial plaque inside the city’s History Park.
Coffee County Attorney General Craig Northcott says gay couples who are victims of domestic violence don’t receive the same protection as other domestic violence victims in Coffee County because “there is no marriage to protect.”
Local machining company Schmiede Corporation was named the Small Business of the Year for 2019 by aerospace giant Lockheed Martin, company officials have announced.
In a restructuring effort in the main office, Tullahoma City Schools has brought on a human resources specialist to assist with personnel and insurance matters for the district.
The principal of the U.S. News and World Report’s top ranked school in the state was interviewed by the Coffee County Board of Education on Thursday, May 30 for the open director of schools position.
The Tullahoma High School basketball teams held a clinic for area youth players on May 30, 2019. Here is a slideshow of photos from that clinic. For additional information, contact sports editor Zach Birdsong by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) filed a formal complaint with the Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee against Coffee County District Attorney General Craig Northcott on Tuesday, May 29, regarding Northcott’s anti-Islam remarks on social media.