Erin's 'Luck Dynasty' hoped to include good Saturday weather
After a week that started out feeling like springtime, highlighted by a daytime high temperature on Tuesday approaching the 80-degree mark, Wednesday brought plummeting temperatures once again, and even a few pellets of sleet and snow flurries in northern middle Tennessee.
Honeybees? Are they for me?
A new/bee-ginner beekeepers class will be held on Monday, March 17, at the Farm Bureau in Erin.
Retired librarian selected as Erin's Lord High Mayor
French was stunned and elated about her being selected during the annual Kick-Off Breakfast at Erin City Hall.
Erin board meeting rescheduled to March 11
The Erin board meeting will be at 6 p.m. March 11 at Erin City Hall. Tennessee Ridge Finance Director Nancy Cobb said a new date has not yet been set for the Board of Commissioners' meeting.
Heated industrial park meeting leads to engineering firm change
The Stewart Houston Industrial Park Board is looking for a new engineering firm to serve as project manager after the representative for the previous firm resigned during a highly contentious meeting.
Candidate defers from Erin mayor's race
The mayor's race for the City of Erin may consist of two candidates, as one of the four original candidates has chosen instead to seek an Alderman seat.
Erin fire truck crashes en route to fire
An Erin deputy fire chief escaped injury Wednesday afternoon after the fire truck he was driving crashed into a ditch en route to a house fire on Rocky Branch Road.
Two charged in robbery of Vanleer market
Houston County Sheriff's investigators quickly apprehended two Erin men, who were allegedly involved in a Friday robbery at a Vanleer market.
Tourism trails draw visitors to smaller communities from major attractions
Development of the various tourism trails appears to be a great strategy to stringing together attractions, events, history and heritage that prompts visitors to stay longer than a day visit to one of the state's major attractions.