The Manchester Board of Parks and Recreation will seek city funding to completely replace the Recreation Center’s roof after it was partially damaged during a windstorm late last year.

A.J. Fox, Parks and Recreation director, said during the regular Parks and Recreation Board meeting Thursday, Jan. 12 that the total estimated cost to completely replace the 20-year-old roof is expected to be just over $1.1 million.

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For Wayne Wolford Sr., founder of the Black History Museum of Warren County Tennessee, it all comes down to education. A 20-year veteran of the U.S. Army, Wolford founded the museum in March 2021 with the goal of not only preserving the history of the area’s Black community, but also educati…

Coffee County has officially concluded the sale of the former Arrowheads to Aerospace Museum with the real estate closing on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

The site plan presented for approval at the Manchester Planning Commission Jan. 19 meeting for a development at 738 Hillsboro Blvd, the former location of Dotson’s produce stand shows that the owners Mitch Umbarger will raze the structure and build a new structure in its place.

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