The Tennessee Department of Health has released its latest statistics related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Tennessee State Parks, in an effort to flatten the curve of COVID-19 while continuing to serve Tennesseans, is joining the CDC and the Tennessee Department of Health by encouraging residents not to travel, but to visit only their nearby parks.
The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is making essential financial resources available to families that have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 emergency.
As the number of coronavirus cases begins to grow in McMinn County, local officials held a press conference Monday to provide guidance and answer questions about the pandemic.
The United Way of McMinn and Meigs Counties is making efforts to support the people who have been affected by the coronavirus while under new leadership.
A second confirmed case of the coronavirus has been identified in McMinn County, but no information will be released on either person.
Our community — along with communities around the world — is navigating unprecedented challenges as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread.
Late Wednesday morning, Meigs County Mayor Bill James declared a state of emergency in Meigs County as a result of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
CapStar Bank has launched several initiatives and response plans to protect the health of and provide economic relief for its employees, clients and communities due to the coronavirus outbreak.
As all local schools have closed at least through April 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic, concerns have been raised about both standardized testing and if missed days will need to be made up in the summer.
State Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) recently spoke in support of a bill that waives school testing and the 180 day attendance requirement for this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Due to the ever-evolving nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, as of today, Athens Utilities Board has closed its main lobby at 100 New Englewood Road to walk in services until further notice.
In a reaction to the coronavirus pandemic in the country, Food City has announced some changes to its operations and plans to hire people recently.
The coronavirus pandemic is causing rapid changes to daily lives and the economy. Work hours are being reduced and jobs are being cut across many industries. University of Tennessee Extension has released three new publications to help those facing a downturn to their personal finances.
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Nobody on Tennessee Wesleyan’s softball team had ever considered the possibility their promising season would be cut short so soon, until it was.
The Piggly Wiggly stores of Etowah and Decatur are among the grocery stores that are making alterations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Based on the latest information concerning the COVID-19 virus, Cleveland State Community College will be extending the current online instructional and work format for students and employees through the end of the spring semester.
The Southeast Tennessee Human Resource Agency (SETHRA) commodities distribution scheduled for Thursday, March 19, has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled at a later date due to the coronavirus. Letters will be sent out to everyone who has signed up.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has issued an order stating all Tennessee courts will remain open during the coronavirus outbreak, but suspending all in-person judicial proceedings through March 31.