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Record rainfall has representatives of this area’s largest power provider concerned about losing trees.
Sons and Daughters of the Confederacy will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Confederate Monument in Fort Payne, Ala.’s City Park on Saturday.
A career expo for job-seekers in the Trenton, Ga., area will be held Thursday, sponsored by the Georgia Department of Labor.
A 10th-grader from Girls Preparatory School is organizing a citywide bone marrow registry drive today in honor of a Stanford professor.
DALTON, Ga. — The Prepper's Trade Show and Expo could help prepare you for an apocalypse or teach you a trade you never knew.
Half as many people lost their lives on Tennessee highways over the Memorial Day weekend this year than in 2012, state figures show.
Red Cross disaster team coordinator Michael Puryear headed out to Moore, Okla., Tuesday morning unsure of the scope of the devastation — emotional, personal and property — left by an EF5 tornado.
This year's 12th annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival is estimated to generate more than $51 million for Manchester, Tenn., Coffee County and the state, according to a study based on the 2012 festival's impact.