Cumberland University vice president of academic affairs and professor of education and public service management Bill McKee spoke to the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club at its weekly meeting Tuesday.
Several new laws will take effect Jan. 1 in Tennessee that address school zone safety, handgun permits, school bus drivers and more.
Gov. Bill Haslam and Burns Phillips, Department of Labor and Workforce Development commissioner, announced the November statewide unemployment dropped significantly lower than November last year and notably lower than the national average.
Millions of travelers flock to Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains each autumn to catch a glimpse of the leaves changing from deep green to brilliant red, orange and gold.
Tennessee drivers will have a new law for driving state roadways with a shoulder Saturday as changes in the state’s “Move Over Law” take effect.
Unemployment rates declined in all but one of Tennessee’s 95 counties in May after every county had unemployment rate shrinkage in April, according to data released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
Tennessee Court Appointed Special Advocates (TN CASA) recently announced the launch of its statewide campaign aimed at attracting volunteers.
The city of Lebanon recently received a prestigious environmental stewardship award from Gov. Bill Haslam for its efforts in energy and renewable resources.
Gov. Bill Haslam recently signed a proclamation designating March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
Initial business filings have grown year-over-year for more than five years and don't show any signs of slowing down, according to a report released Tuesday by the Tennessee Secretary of State's office.
“It is time for states to step up and solve the problem with almost $20 trillion of national debt that has been amassed in Washington,” Kelsey said. “The Tennessee Balanced Budget Amendment Planning Convention will create a structure for the Balanced Budget Amendment Convention and will address many of the unanswered questions as to how an amendment convention will function.”
Haslam’s proposal, the Tennessee Reconnect Act, would make Tennessee the first state to offer all Tennessee adults without a degree access to community college tuition-free – and at no cost to taxpayers.
The Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Act, along with Haslam’s proposed budget, will provide $45 million over three years in grants and tax credits for service providers to assist in making broadband available to underserved homes and businesses.
A Tennessee legislator has filed language against sanctuary cities one day after President Donald Trump signed an executive order against sanctuary cities.
Wilson County’s unemployment rate, along with every other Tennessee county, rose in December compared to November, but the county’s rate remained lower than a year ago.