Jan 17, 2013 | via Knoxville News Sentinel
Some $500,000 in Anderson County funds weren't invested in accordance with state law by the trustee, according to the state's audit of county books for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2012. Comment?
Dec 18, 2012 | via WATE-TV Knoxville
Four suspects are behind bars after multiple robberies in Anderson County. One man in that group is also believed to be behind a pharmacy robbery in Knoxville. Comment?
Feb 23, 2009 | via WTVF Nashville
It's the number one issue in the nation. It's what everyone is talking about these days. Comment?
Sunday May 19 | via Murfreesboro Post
With Middle Tennessee home sales on the rise and a slight uptick in statewide construction employment, a newly released survey shows midstate consumers are becoming more optimistic about the future of the economy. Comment?
Friday May 3 | via Fire Dog Lake
The financial sector, led by the banks, has always held the whip hand over its human customers. Comment?
Thursday May 2 | via Clarksville Online
Denise Alexander, vice president and operation manager for F&M's mortgage department has been promoted to senior vice president of F&M Bank. Comment?
Thursday May 2 | via The Daily News
Metropolitan Bank is starting off its fifth year by reporting another quarter of increased earnings - the 14th straight quarter in which that's happened. Comment?
6 min ago | via ACC TOP 40
Tim McGraw is honoring U.S. service men and women in a big way on every stop of his Two Lanes of Freedom tour this summer. Comment?
10 min ago | via The Independent
The number of mortgages approvals across the country picked up in April, with the largest increase in lending agreements since the heady pre-crisis days of 2008. Comment?
11 min ago | via The Independent
Your date of birth could stop you getting a loan from some banks and building societies, despite your ability to pay it back, says Chiara Cavaglieri Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Comment?
11 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
Chinese banks are increasingly exposed to their domestic property market and have limited recourse if their customers default. Comment?
35 min ago | via WTOP-FM Washington
For the market and for sellers, the rise of home sales shows glimmering signs of improvement. Comment?