2 hrs ago
Knoxville News Sentinel
Philanthropies, Dec. 8
The money will be used to provide private rooms for NICU patients. "In 2007, we completed our construction and renovation transforming half of the nursery from traditional open care bays to private rooms for each infant and family," said Dr. Mark Gaylord, a neonatologist at UT Medical Center.
6 hrs ago
Tenn. makes push to execute 10 killers
An 11th inmate, whose execution date was requested separately, has an execution date set for April 27. The Tennessean reports the state hasn't previously sought to execute so many on death row.
15 hrs ago
At Nashville gym, those who are deaf or hard of hearing get helping hands
Cindy Williams put Bob and Beverly Geldreich through the paces. Squats. Leg lifts.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Vanderbilt study to analyze student attrition at Metro charter schools
Graduate students at Vanderbilt University are wading into one of Metro schools' mostly politically charged questions: Do Nashville's charter schools really see more students leave before end-of-year testing than other public schools? And if they do, why is that? Comparing student attrition among Metro's charters, magnet and zoned schools will be ... (more)
Columbia Daily Herald
Donations needed for Christmas fund
Mother Teresa was only one person, but she spent her lifetime trying to make the world a better place for everyone especially those in need.
Extra Credit: Tennessee's Student Achievement Gains - And Teacher Stresses
Tennessee's student achievement gains on this year's National Assessment of Educational Progress are so remarkable as to almost be amazing.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Jackson Sun
Indictment doesn't disqualify sheriff; Only ouster could remove Woolfork
The criminal charges filed Monday against David Woolfork do not prevent him from retaining his position as Madison County sheriff, County Attorney Steve Maroney said.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Sponsored by Clarksville Department of Electricity, Cumberland Electric Membership Corp., The Leaf-Chronicle and Crye-Leike St. B. When: Judging 5-10 p.m. Dec. 9, 10 and 11. To enter: Call Crye-Leike Realtors St. B office, 931-647-3400, or mail your entry to Crye-Leike Realtors, 2512 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. Clarksville, TN 37040.
The Jackson Sun
State offers holiday shopping tips to prevent identity theft
As holiday shopping season begins, the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security's Identity Crimes Unit warns consumers to beware of identity theft.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Knoxville News Sentinel
More than 3,000 runners, walkers participate in Knoxville events
Temperatures in the low 20s prevented the number to be even higher for the annual Thanksgiving Day runs that took place 20 miles apart.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Fort Higley, aka High Ground Park: Some Thanksgiving-Week Gratitude for a Lumpy Place in the Woods
Time has its way. It's almost dumbfounding how little is left of the city that, 150 years ago, was of so much concern that the campaign for it made the top headlines in the New York papers, even superseding other news, like Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, in front-page prominence.
The Battle for Knoxville150th anniversary of the Battle of Fort Sanders
It was 150 years ago this weekend that Gen. James "Old Pete" Longstreet ordered a desperate charge up the hill toward the most formidable earthworks in East Tennessee.
Brentwood still state's most business-friendly city
For two years in a row, Brentwood has been named the most business-friendly city among the 50 most populous cities in Tennessee.
Newly insured go for silver
The state's largest insurer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, has collected data about the newly insured under the Affordable Care Act that offer some early surprises.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Tips on protecting your identity during the shopping season
Millions of people will be out shopping this holiday season, and joining the bargain hunters will be criminals trying to steal your personal information Millions of people will be out shopping this holiday season, and joining the bargain hunters will be criminals trying to steal your personal information.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
What: Street Department is picking up yard debris, leaves and limbs for Clarksville residents.
UT student named Rhodes Scholar
UT senior Lindsay Lee, 21, was named a Rhodes Scholar on Saturday. She'll get to study at Oxford University in England with all expenses paid.
New compounding pharmacy rules remain on hold in TN
Months after voting to implement strict new rules on compounding pharmacies on an emergency basis, a state regulatory board is still waiting for a vastly altered package to emerge and actually go into effect.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
The Daily News Journal
Small Business Saturday celebrates local economy
MURFREESBORO The weekend after Thanksgiving is important for the bottom line of many retailers.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
MCSO Sergeant graduates prestigious academy
Only 631 people, worldwide, have graduated the National Forensic Academy. And after 10 weeks of intensive training, Sgt.