A woman caught by police making out at a local park was taking into custody after it was found she was wanted.
The Tullahoma Art Center played host to its Christmas Bazaar Open House Saturday. Residents were invited to stop by and shop for gifts for friends and family. Some of booths at the open house seized the opportunity to get their name out there just in time for the holidays.
Building off the tradition of the Salvation Army Angel Tree, many other local organizations and businesses have put up their own version of the trees hoping for some holiday help this year, including the American Legion Post 43 Riders.
The 63rd Tullahoma Christmas Parade sponsored by Stan McNabb brought in over 100 floats down Jackson Street Friday night, all decorated for this year’s theme “Santa’s Workshop on Jackson”
The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) is accepting applications for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) benefits for Goodman Company, L.P. The TAA encompasses workers in the Sheet Metal Stamped Parts Division at the Fayetteville facility.
Child endangerment charges have been lodged against a couple after police noticed the scent of marijuana wafting from their vehicle where a toddler was sleeping in the backseat.
“Behind the News” is an installment by Katelyn Lawson, where a different staff member is spotlighted in the Sunday edition of The Tullahoma News.
Dreaming of a white Christmas is common this time of year, but imagine, instead, dreaming of Christmas ghosts showing up to tell what the past, present and future look like. Everyone at South Jackson Civic Center has been thinking just that in preparation of their upcoming production of “A C…
The question of who will temporarily hold Judge Tim Brock’s seat has been answered by the Tennessee Supreme Court as the deadline for candidates for the March primaries comes closer to an end.
Members of the public got a chance to make their opinions known about the qualities they would like the new director of schools to have Tuesday night.
Local leaders continue to discuss bringing in a technical school to Coffee County with the possibility of getting help in paying for the multi-million dollar facility that would become Coffee’s own Tennessee College of Applied Technology. The Budget and Finance Committee met Tuesday and one …
Cubic has sponsored an annual charity event benefitting local charities since 1999. For the past 14 years, Partners for Healing has been the recipient of many of their donations. Over the years, including this year’s donation of $5,500, Cubic’s has donated $71,500 to the local nonprofit.
Tullahoma Utilities Authority (TUA) will be purchasing a replacement screw pump for Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) from Motion Industries of Tullahoma at a cost of $61,325.65 after a proposal was unanimously approved at last week’s regular meeting.
It is time for entrants to break out the tinsel, staple gun, and various decorations to finish up their floats. For the spectators, break out the lawn chairs, heavy coats, gloves, scarves and anything else that can be put on to prevent turning into an ice block.
There are only five days left to pick up an Angel from any of the four Salvation Army Angel Trees in Tullahoma and purchase the items listed, according to local Salvation Army officials.
A math teacher and middle school wrestling coach resigned last month after an incident involving “inappropriate comments and topics” made in his classroom, according to official documents and school officials.
A man faces public intoxication charges after he burst in on a woman taking a path, his criminal trespass leaving him looking down the barrel of a gun.
The Come to the Table ministry recently held its very own coat drive to help Tullahomans in need of a new winter coat for the recent cold weather. The drive collected more than 250 coats for adults, teens and children, according to organizers Jennifer Ray and Gloria Damron.
Beginning today (Sunday, Dec. 1), the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) will begin accepting grant applications for historic preservation projects. The federal Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) will be available after Congress passes the federal budget. The exact amount of available g…
The Arnold Community Council held its 2019 annual banquet this past week to celebrate the success of the council’s work with AEDC and future projects.
In today’s society when everything goes into the “cloud,” LightTube is trying their hand at this modern-day trend. LightTube has been testing Cloud DVR (cDVR) service with their new middleware in preparation of making the service available to their customers. President Brian Skelton demonstr…
The Thanksgiving holiday can be a difficult time for some, but a local nonprofit and two churches offered a helping hand on Monday night, Nov. 25. Good Samaritan, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and church of Christ at Cedar Lane offered food assistance in order for families in need to have ev…
Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity (HRHFH) is a nonprofit and nondenominational Christian organization that “brings people together and builds homes” in Coffee and Franklin counties. The nonprofit is dedicated to building simple, decent and affordable homes in the area since 1992.
Applications have been picked up for Judge Tim Brock’s seat as the Coffee County Commission continues to discuss what the next step should be in filling the position after the judge’s sudden passing earlier this month.
Annually, every U.S. Bank branch gives a grant out to their community. This year, the lucky recipient is Highland Rim Habitat for Humanity (HRHFH).
Earlier this month, the South Central Human Resource Agency officially welcomed the county’s newest jobs and training resource center to Tullahoma.
Tullahoma city officials met with members of the community at the Tullahoma Annex recently to discuss implementing an ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, transition plan for Tullahoma.
The Tullahoma City Schools Board of Education would like to hear your requests for the new head of the school system at a community meeting next month at Tullahoma High School.