Police Officer Shortage Affects School Safety in Middle Tennessee

A Police Officer Shortage Is Affecting School Safety In Middle Tennessee. Some Schools Will Not Have A Dedicated Resource Officer When The New School Year Begins, Which For Some Counties Is Next Week.

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Solar Scam: Middle TN Homeowners Warn Against Faulty Alternative Energy Options

Most Homeowners Want To Find Ways To Maximize Savings On Everyday Items, A Desire That Often Leaves Them Vulnerable To Companies That May Not Really Have Their Best Interests In Mind. One Middle Tennessee Couple Is Out To Warn Fellow Tennessee Residents About The False Narrative Behind Saving Money Through Solar Power.

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TN Doles Out $108.5M In Economic Development Grants First Half Of 2021

The Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development Awarded More Than $108.5 Million In Fasttrack Economic Development Grants Between 51 Businesses In The First Half Of 2021.

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TennCare Fraud Cases Again On The Rise After Recent Decline

The Number Of TennCare Fraud Cases For May And June Stand At 6 Cases Per Month, Which Match The Highest Number Of The Year So Far, Set In March.

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No Hybrid Learning For Tennessee Schools Next Year

Tennessee Public Schools Will No Longer Have The Option Of Providing Both In-person And Remote Instruction As Of Next School Year. Students Who Want To Continue With Virtual Instruction Will Have To Enroll In A Specific Virtual School Instead Of A Regular Public School Option.

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Tennessee Counties Updating Mask Mandates

With The Start Of Spring, The Continuation Of Vaccinations, And The Approach Of Lee’s Executive Order’s End, Many Counties Are Clarifying Their Plans For Local Mask Mandates.

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