Everywhere across the United States, the new coronavirus has caused anxiety and real economic harm to people we know and love, and it has created fear for those who depend upon the services of nonprofit organizations such as Southeastern Guide Dogs.
Employers need to buckle-up. New laws are coming fast and furious, and the ride to implementation may be bumpy. On March 18, President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Thereafter, on March 24, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division published its…
After a rainy and cool Tuesday with highs at about 50 degrees, a warming trend is expected later in the week, and we’ll get back to 65-70 degrees from Thursday through Sunday.
As scientists around the world use as much data as they can to develop strategies to fight the coronavirus pandemic, the Tennessee Department of Health refuses to share important information.
While schools across the U.S. are closing their doors for weeks in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, many parents are finding themselves in the unenviable position of having to homeschool their children for the first time, with little-to-no training or experience.
As scientists around the world are using as much data as they can to develop strategies to fight the coronavirus pandemic, The Tennessee Department of Health is refusing to share important information.
Jumbo Crab on Fort Campbell Boulevard is one of those places that when you walk in, you immediately feel comfortable. With a fun nautical theme, sharks’ heads hanging around and signatures of patrons adorning the walls, you know you’re in for a laid-back, beach-style experience.
Gov. Bill Lee issued an executive order on Friday that gave much-needed relief and guidance on how governing bodies may conduct meetings electronically in light of a need to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Manna Café has been a Clarksville mainstay for more than a decade. And in that time, the café provided countless meals to people and families in need all over Middle Tennessee.
It will probably come as no surprise to you that we have a chance of rain every day this week. Temperatures will continue to be mild with highs in the 60s, and we could hit 70 on Thursday and Friday.