A naked Lynchburg man who led law enforcement officers on an early morning pursuit was killed Wednesday in a crash after fleeing officers.
Downtown Tullahoma will be rocking out the last weekend in September for the 10th annual 41A Music Festival when fan favorites Bad Monkey and Chase Clanton and the Vintage Vibes take to the stage on Friday and Saturday nights.
TE Connectivity, 509 Airpark Drive, will invest more than $15.7 million to expand its Tullahoma operations and create approximately 100 new jobs in Coffee County over the next three years, state and company officials announced Tuesday.
A Tullahoma man, Adam Alcocer, 49, was one of two people found dead in an Estill Springs home last week in what investigators believe to be a murder-suicide.
Expecting and new parents, as well as caregivers to children up to 1 year old are invited to attend the fourth annual Coffee County Community Baby Shower from noon to 2 p.m. this Saturday, Aug. 24, at Northgate Mall.
Modern attack submarines are the most technologically advanced and capable undersea warfighters in the world. Operating these highly complex submarines require sailors from the U.S. Navy’s submarine community, also known as the ‘Silent Service.’
Franklin County’s Tim Fuller is well-known in law-enforcement circles, serving as the Tennessee Sheriffs’ Association’s legislative committee chairman, and he was duly recognized for his efforts on Aug. 1 by being selected as the organization’s Sheriff of the Year.
County employees attended the Coffee County Budget and Finance Committee’s meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 6, to voice concerns about the way compensation is handled by some county departments and to request a cost-of-living-adjustment pay raise.
The city of Tullahoma invites the community to attend a farewell reception for its two outgoing aldermen, Renee Keene and Jackie Duncan, next Monday, Aug. 26.
Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott will remain the special prosecutor in the case between student activist Justin Bautista-Jones and former Tennessee Speaker Glen Casada.
In 1971, Middle Tennessee State University started construction on a brand new, 11,500-seat basketball arena to house the Blue Raiders’ budding men’s basketball program (the women’s program didn’t start until 1975).
Local organizations that help feed and shelter Coffee Countians in need residents may qualify for federal funding from the Department of Homeland Security, according to local United Way officials.
A man who died during this year’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival overdosed on drugs including fentanyl, according to autopsy findings reported last week by local authorities.
While summer break was taking place, Tullahoma High School junior Caroline McCullough was continuing her education with an overseas trip to Hue, Vietnam.
More than 17,000 meals were served to the children in the community this summer, according to Tullahoma City Schools Nutrition Department officials.
Motlow State Community College is celebrating 50 years of being one of the south’s foremost community colleges, one of Tennessee’s top higher education institutions, and a leader of educational, economic, and community development in middle Tennessee.
Local preschooler Jaxx Jones will be featured on the big screen in the heart of New York City as part of the National Down Syndrome Society’s annual Times Square video presentation to kick off Down Syndrome Awareness Month.
Eco-minded residents learned Monday how to make a bigger impact in their community, thanks to the Tennessee Duck River Development Agency and the Go Green! Tullahoma council.
The Sundrop Shoppe and Luncheonette, one of Tullahoma’s newest eating establishments, is expanding, and owner Paige Prescott Lashlee says that it is all thanks to the community.
Franklin-based EnableComp LLC will be expanding operations into Tullahoma, company and state officials announced Friday morning. The company will invest nearly $1 million to open an office in Tullahoma, where it will create 200 jobs over the next five years.
Getting to play with Knoxville’s Pride of the Southland Marching Band next month is a source of pride for The Tullahoma High School Band; but to get to that performance, the band is asking for a little bit of help.
Nearly two weeks after vandals damaged the soccer fields at Johnson Lane, the city of Tullahoma was presented a check for $4,000 to help with repair and maintenance.
There are many scientific adventures that await patrons of the Hands-On Science Center, but one project is also helping a national effort to increase the population of monarch butterflies.
Motlow State Community College announced Monday its participation in Tennessee State University’s HBCU C2 initiative designed to bring coding and creativity experiences to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and underserved communities.
A 2014 Coffee County Central High School graduate and Manchester native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided-missile destroyer, USS Chung-Hoon.
Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Tullahoma, Inc., a family-owned company for 133 years, is set to be acquired by an Illinois-based company, according to a press release issued by foodservice wholesaler and distributor Reyes Holdings, LLC.
Three years after a Decherd man led authorities on a 40-mile high-speed chase that ended in a fatal three-vehicle collision, Garieon Simmons has pleaded guilty to multiple charges.
Thursday will mark the first day of school for Tullahoma City Schools, but incoming freshmen at Tullahoma High School spent an evening this week learning about their final stop before graduation.
A Nashville-based attorney, acting on behalf of hundreds of additional lawyers, has asked The Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility to suspend Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott’s law license.
Thousands of Tullahoma students will return to the classroom this week, but their teachers have been receiving their education throughout the entire summer.
Of all the people who help keep the Tullahoma Art Center (TAC) running at full speed, one volunteer has made himself indispensable to the operations at the center.
The Tullahoma Utilities Authority received a perfect score on a recent sanitary survey performed by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Water Resources (DWR).
When a member of their construction crew went into cardiac arrest on the jobsite at Arnold Air Force Base, Robert Hart and Vincent “Red” Halligan did not hesitate.