Local News

  • Tennessee farmers warned of dairy cattle influenza spreading in other states
    NASHVILLE – In response to the USDA confirmation of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in dairy cattle in four states, the State Veterinarian has ordered a movement restriction on dairy cattle coming to Tennessee from the affected premises. As of April 1, 2024, Texas, […]
  • Tennessee Students Encouraged to Complete the FAFSA
    NASHVILLE, TN – April 2, 2024 – The Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) has designated April 1-5, 2024, as “Finish the FAFSA Week.” This initiative urges all high school seniors and their families to complete the Free Application for Federal Student […]
  • HC Excell, MUS honor 3 Hamblen County teachers
    HC*Excell, Hamblen County’s Education Foundation, in partnership with Morristown Utilities and the Hamblen County Board of Education, recognized three of its outstanding teachers last Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. Ms. Tara Phillips of Morristown Hamblen High School West, Mr. […]
  • Leadership Lunch and Learn event announced for April 11
         The Avenue is excited to announce the hosting of a Leadership Lunch and Learn event featuring renowned leadership expert, Dr. Sam Chand. The event will take place at The Avenue on April 11th, 2024. As a commitment to community growth and development, this event is open […]
  • State Treasury urges parents to take advantage of early college money for children
    NASHVILLE – Tennesseans can take advantage of an extra $1,500 to jumpstart their children’s college savings through the Tennessee Investments Preparing Scholars (TIPS) program. A program of the Tennessee Department of Treasury, TIPS encourages families to save for the […]
  • Work crews fixing potholes round-the-clock
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) crews are working around the clock repairing potholes along interstates and state routes caused by last month’s record winter storm which dumped more snow in 24 hours than we normally see in an entire winter. […]
  • Hundreds of new TN officers trained at no cost to law enforcement agencies
    NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (“TDCI”) proudly announces the graduation of more than 600 cadets from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (“TLETA”) at no cost to local law enforcement agencies through a cost-sharing grant.   […]

On The Air

Like Us