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Front Porch Senior Living resident Lavelle Black spends her days at the assisted living facility playing cards, shooting hoops and helping prepare meals, but one thing she missed was receiving mail.

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The Portland City Council was slated to vote on a $4.09 million bid for renovations and additions to city hall at its meeting held Monday, Oct. 21.

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Moon Ranch Adventures provides free weekend getways for children and families battling cancer throughout the year, but on Saturday, Oct. 26 the facility is opening its doors to the community at large for a chili supper and auction at 4 p.m.

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Children and families looking for a safe trick-or-treating experience this Halloween season will have plenty of options.

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Local author and Army veteran Richard Salcido's latest novel, "Uriah," is a passion project dating back 15 years that aims to shed light on an overlooked Biblical figure while imparting life lessons.

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The Portland Lady Panthers won their fourth straight district title last Thursday by defeating White House Heritage in three sets. The win pushed the Purple to this week's region tourney and a chance to advance and defend their state titles won in 2017 and 2018.

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Portland Police Department

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Maybe it is a little early to be discussing the total solar eclipse that will pass through Portland on Aug. 21.

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The City of Portland is seeking a new city judge as longtime Judge Steve Glaser has announced he is stepping down and will reside in the Memphis area with his wife of 44 years, Sonja.

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Several new Tennessee laws went into effect Jan. 1, with the biggest change impacting public safety laws.

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The Portland Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted unanimously to terminate the City of Portland Parks Director Steve Osborne at its Jan. 3, 2016 meeting.

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The Portland Leader is accepting nominations for Educator of the Year, to be presented at the 2017 Portland Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Feb. 21.

Habitat for Humanity of Simpson County has named a new executive director.

FRANKFORT -- Gov. Matt Bevin has signed an executive order establishing the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship (WRKS) Program, designed to increase the Commonwealth's current low labor participation rate

WASHINGTON -- On Monday evening, Representative Goodlatte (VA-06) announced that House Republicans voted to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics, stripping the non-partisan watchdog of its ability t

Simpson County Sheriff Jere D. Hopson presented the sheriff's office proposed 2017 budget to Simpson Fiscal Court on Tuesday.