Tennessee Awards $14M In Business Incentive Grants

Tennessee is set to approve $14 million in incentives to businesses through its FastTrack program.

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Public Comments Now Open For Tennessee School Letter Grades

Throughout The Fall, The Tennessee Department Of Education Is Inviting All Tennesseans To Participate In Public Engagement Opportunities On Best Practices For Determining School Letter Grades, Which Will Measure How The State’s K-12 Schools Are Serving Students And Helping Them Succeed Academically.

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TBI Investigates False Reports Of School Shooters Across Tennessee

The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation Is Looking Into A Series Of Phone Calls Made To 911 With False Claims Of An Active School Shooter In A Number Of Different High Schools Across The State.

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Tennessee’s Amtrak Ridership Remains Down As State Officials Prepare Study

Ridership On Tennessee’s One Line Of Amtrak Service Has Dropped Considerably Since Pre-Pandemic Numbers As The Tennessee Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations Prepares A Study On Passenger Service In The State.

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7 Iconic War Heroes From Tennessee

With Great Respect And Appreciation As We Approach Memorial Day, We Have Compiled This List Of Seven Great Heroes That Called Tennessee Their Home.

Most Names You Will Quickly Recognize, But There Are A Few That Haven’t Received The Public Recognition That They Much Deserve.

As There Are Countless Heroes From The Volunteer State, We Had To Limit The Number To Highlight In This Piece To Seven. For The Many That Are Left Off Of Our List, They Too, All Have Our Utmost Respect And Heartfelt Appreciation For All They Did To Keep Our Nation Free.

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New Proposal Could See Amtrak Lines Running Through Tennessee

President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Could See New Amtrak Routes Cutting Right Through The State Of Tennessee. Amtrak’s Proposal Will Specifically Build Tracks To Connect Chattanooga To Nashville, Tennessee, As Well As Atlanta, Georgia.

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