21 Jul 2024

Category: Tennessee


The East Precinct’s Investigations Unit has launched efforts to identify the individual responsible for vandalizing the rainbow crosswalk at S. 14th and Woodland Streets

Nashville, TN – According to the Metro Nashville Police Department, the rainbow crosswalk was reportedly installed just last Saturday to commemorate Pride Month. Police officials also said that surveillance footage captured the driver of a white Ford van pouring black paint over the crosswalk at 12:25…


Volunteer Tennessee will provide $8 million in AmeriCorps grant funding for the 2024-25 period, these grants will empower more than 830 AmeriCorps members across Tennessee

Chattanooga, TN – According to the state officials, these grants will empower more than 830 AmeriCorps members in Tennessee. Each program recruits members dedicated to tackling critical challenges within the state, including providing tutoring and mentoring for students, delivering health services, restoring the environment, increasing…


TDA’s Pick Tennessee Products program has partnered with Homegrown By Heroes to better promote agricultural products produced by Tennessee farmer veterans

Chattanooga, TN – According to the statement, Homegrown By Heroes is the official U.S. military veteran branding program, certifying ranchers, farmers, and fishermen from all military branches to sell their products as veteran-owned and produced. Administered by the National Farmer Veteran Coalition, this initiative helps veteran…


The Tennessee DOHR has unveiled its new mission, vision, and values aimed at enhancing efforts to attract, grow, and retain top talent for the state government

Chattanooga, TN – According to the state officials, the following MissionVisionValue statements were crafted to direct the department’s efforts in attracting, developing, and retaining top talent for Tennessee State Government: Mission: Guiding “people solutions” to attract, grow, and keep top talent. Vision: For Tennessee State…