(The Center Square) – New research on the demand for teachers highlights the lack of information about teacher shortages at all levels of government.
SATURDAY, Oct. 1, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Allergy sufferers know that symptoms don’t just appear in spring or summer. Fall, too, can bring about sneezing and trouble breathing, as can volatile weather patterns.
(The Center Square) – Three more counties are the latest to express support for Texas declaring an invasion at the southern border, bringing the total to 32.
Propel(x) ranked the top 15 states with the most venture capital investments in women-founded/co-founded startups using data from PitchBook.
(The Center Square) – California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation Thursday allowing California to take "temporary emergency jurisdiction" over a child that traveled to the state for transgender drugs or operations, stripping parents of their authority over their kids.
(The Center Square) – While low-income families saw an increase in their federal SNAP benefits when the pandemic hit, it also created a “benefits cliff” that could discourage work and the supply of labor.
SEVIERVILLE — For 30 years Sevier County Food Ministries has been feeding the bodies and spirits of the people who walk through their doors.
Thomas Dillard must step down as alderman for the City of Portland based on a ruling made Friday, Sept. 30 by Sumner County Circuit Court Judge Joe Thompson.
Sevier County Partners in Progress is happy to announce the Fall 2022 winners of the Bryan C. Atchley/Sid Blalock Memorial Scholarships are Juliet Winters and Piper Sutton.
(The Center Square) — If trends hold, by the end of next month Tennessee will have seen $6 billion in sports wagers since the state opened legal online sports gambling in November 2020.
KNOXVILLE — Throughout the month of October, the McNabb Center is raising awareness about the impact of domestic violence in the community for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
FRIDAY, Sept. 30, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The U.S. government will invest $266 million to shore up the community and public health workforce using American Rescue Plan funding.
SEVIERVILLE — The Sevierville Police Department is hosting a National Night Out event on Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 6-8 p.m. outdoors at the Sevierville Municipal Complex (Dolly Parton Parkway at Bruce Street).