ROGERSVILLE – An investigation by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, working in conjunction with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Rogersville Police Department, has resulted in the indictment of Shawn Hatchett, the former Rogersville Water Department superintendent, State Comptroller Justin Wilson announced Wednesday, April 18.
Accessory buildings up to 600 square feet in ground floor area and 15 feet high would be allowed by right in Maryville's residential districts under a proposed zoning amendment approved by planning commissioners Monday.
State Sen. Bill Ketron isn’t quite ready to give most of Tennessee’s legislators a parting gift as he exits office this year to run for Rutherford County mayor.
When then-state Rep. Art Swann, R-Maryville, accepted the appointment to the Tennessee Senate last year, political observers anticipated he would run to retain the position.
The Sumner County Board of Education did not violate the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) when it demoted former Instructional Coordinator for Secondary Schools Ron Hosse to a teaching position in 2012, a jury ruled March 29 in U.S. District Court.
As current Loudon County Commission Chairman Steve Harrelson makes a run toward county mayor, three newcomers will look to take his role as commissioner for the sixth district.