Thursday Apr 3
CRMC forced to cut annual expenses
Since the Affordable Care Act was passed, a chunk of Medicare funds were taken out of that fund to pay for it.
CRMC board hears Highlands Initiative update
Health and wellness is key in successful economic development, and to do just that, partnerships need to be created and fostered.
CRMC committee members hear updates on major projects
Even though a lot of work has already been completed with two large projects at Cookeville Regional Medical Center, more work is coming along.
Roberson Award nominations sought by April 4
Nominations are being sought for the Fred H. Roberson Award to be presented to an individual who has made positive and lasting contributions to broaden the scope and quality of health care in the community.
Frat house fire deemed 'suspicious' by investigators
It would be the last time Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members would gather in their old house - an early Saturday morning blaze made sure of that.
Cookeville council to consider land-related items tonight
By BRITTANY STOVALL COOKEVILLE - Several land planning and development related items will be on tonight's Cookeville City Council agenda.