The county is building a $585,700 facility to house its emergency vehicles.
Helton Construction had the low bid on the project.
It will be constructed at the sheriff's annex.
August 25, 2016
The Tennessee Valley Authority has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for a license amendment to allow an extended power uprate (EPU) for the three nuclear power reactors at Brown ... (click for more)
By Order of the Tennessee Supreme Court entered Tuesday, the law license of Matthew Jack Fitzharris was transferred to disability inactive status for an indefinite period of time pursuant to ... (click for more)
MON/29 The Trans-Pacific Partnership Roundtable Discussion 10 a.m. – noon Baker Donelson: 633 Chestnut St. Speakers: Judy Rising Reinke, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce ... (click for more)
The Tennessee Valley Authority has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for a license amendment to allow an extended power uprate (EPU) for the three nuclear power reactors at Brown Ferry Nuclear Plant. This would amend its already-licensed steady-state reactor core levels and allow a power level increase of approximately 20 percent for all three units, according ... (click for more)
By Order of the Tennessee Supreme Court entered Tuesday, the law license of Matthew Jack Fitzharris was transferred to disability inactive status for an indefinite period of time pursuant to Section 27.3 of Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 9. Mr. Fitzharris cannot practice law while on disability inactive status. Pursuant to Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 9, Section ... (click for more)
Two nearby Red Bank retail centers have sold for a combined $9.4 million. Red Bank Mayor John Roberts called it "the largest transactions in the history of Red Bank." The Red Bank Town Center at 3901 Dayton Blvd., that includes a Food City, sold for $7,750,000. The sale was to White Realty & Service Corp from Red Bank Ii Llc. A commercial center that includes ... (click for more)
A Chancery Court jury on Wednesday gave a verdict totaling $562,000 for 25 city police personnel who filed suit almost five years ago alleging that the city never lived up to terms of a 2010 pay plan. Attorney Stevie Phillips, who tried the case along with Janie Parks Varnell, said, "The jury awarded each officer what we had asked for to the penny." She stated, "These 25 members ... (click for more)
Re: Alexander's remarks about Tennesseans not affording "Affordable Health Care Act" prices Mr. Alexander, Your message stated, Tennesseans can't afford a 44 percent to 62 percent increase in the Affordable Care prices. I simply ask, as Senate Health Committee chairman, why don't you do something about it? Don't tell us something most know already. ... (click for more)
No. 1 – Did you know that one in every five of the 42,000 children in the Hamilton County school district is what the experts call “food deprived?” No. 2 – Can you get your arms around the fact that a huge percentage of those 8,400 children get little, if nothing, to eat from Friday at lunch until they return to our schools on Monday? No. 3 -- Did you know that you – just ... (click for more)