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Old Stone Fort State Archeological Park will be among the Tennessee parks offering volunteer events for TN Promise scholars to fulfill their community service hours.

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A father and his 7-year-old son were riding a dirt bike together in a yard in Hillsboro on Saturday, June 15 around 2:30 p.m., according to Coffee County Sheriff Department Captain Frank Watkins.

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Bonnaroo (2019) brought in nearly 80,000 people. Our staff was out in the festival grounds and covering the event. These are some of our photos.

Following a successful pilot program last summer of a new Belmont Abroad experience, college students from Nashville's Belmont University will depart this week for nearby Manchester, Tennessee to attend one of the world's best music festivals... and earn college credit. The "Belmont at Bonna…

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A rerouted greenway extension drew mixed reviews from the Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Tuesday, June 4 during their work session.

The Wailing Loons play in Manchester at the Little Duck River Greenway on Thursday, June 14. The show was a pop-up concert before they head onto the Bonnaroo Farm for their fifth consecutive year.

Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department, the department that handles fire protection for Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, offered suggestions for safely cooking and powering campsite to avoid carbon monoxide hazards.

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It’s not just about religion – the Jesus Tent at Bonnaroo brings a chance to meet the needs of close to 18,000 people who stop by over the course of the festival.

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The Public Building Authority (PBA) met on Friday, June 7 to discuss a new solar panel proposal, recognize Manchester Coffee County Conference Center (MCCCC) employees and give the monthly report.

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The Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee (TBPR) has launched an investigation related to Coffee County Attorney General Craig Northcott’s conduct.

The demand for testing at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex is expected to reach historic levels in many facilities during 2019 and continue into the foreseeable future and U.S. Air Force leadership is noticing the work the base does.

“Stuff the bus! Stuff the bus! Stuff the bus!” Members of Peoples Bank and Trust Company and Coffee County Schools’ Family Resource Center gathered in Peoples Bank at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, June 7 to launch this year’s Stuff the Bus Tour with a cheer.

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School is out for summer, but kids aren’t done learning thanks to summer camps hosted by Manchester Parks and Recreation. The Science of Cooking, a week-long class that ran from Tuesday, May 28 to Friday, May 31, taught kids science with the reward of being able to eat their lessons.

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Coffee County Schools is providing meals to those who need it throughout the month of June and into July.

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On July 1, the Manchester Rotary Club will have a new president. Carlan Cotten will hand her title over to President-Elect Taylor Rayfield, who will lead the club for the next year.

Local artist Roger Bennett has been perfecting his woodworking since he was in junior high school. He hopes that his crafts will inspire young people. His art is available at the Community Market Saturdays on the Square in Manchester.

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Manchester Fire-Rescue respond to an incident at the Oak Restaurant, 947 Interstate Drive, around 2:15 p.m. on Monday, June 3. The restaurant was closed at the time, but a staff member inside reportedly smelled smoke and called emergency personnel.

Have you been in Snap Fitness Manchester lately? Major changes - more space for weights, big upgrades to cardio equipment, knocked down some walls for more space, new mirrors and barbells, new flooring, new group classes and SO MUCH MORE. Check out this video for more details with Tim Garrett.

U-Haul Company of Tennessee is pleased to announce that Tint Tek has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Manchester community.

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The principal of the U.S. News and World Report’s top ranked school in the state was interviewed by the Coffee County Board of Education on Thursday, May 30 for the open director of schools position.

The Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee Board of Directors announced today that Nancy Keil will become President & CEO of the leading non-profit. The appointment concludes an extensive national search, begun last fall when long-time leader Jaynee Day announced her decision to re…

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A minor earthquake hit Manchester on Saturday, June 1. It originated off of Kimberly Lane, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) around 1:45 p.m. and was a magnitude 2.6.