Local governments are each taking steps in combating COVID-19 and conducting necessary meetings.
Gov. Bill Lee recently announced a plan to give $200 million statewide in support grants for safety and local infrastructure that should soon benefit Loudon County and local cities.
After a hearing in Roane County between the city of Greenback and the Greenback Volunteer Fire Department and former Mayor Tom Peeler, both sides agreed to take the matter to chancery court.
After discussing in February a need to see more support from local government, the Tellico Village Property Owners Association Board of Directors voted to form a Political Education Committee.
Henry Cullen, from left, with wife Catherine Cullen and the Rev. Charlie Barnard, pastor of First Baptist Church in Tellico Village, by his side, is sworn into his second term Aug. 28 as a Loudon County commissioner by Loudon County Mayor Rollen ‘Buddy’ Bradshaw at the Loudon County Courthou…
Residents in and around Tellico Village were given the opportunity Thursday to have questions answered and get better acquainted with candidates running for U.S. House of Representatives in the state’s 2nd Congressional District.
The Tellico Village HomeOwners Association on Thursday hosted the first of four town hall political forums in hopes of getting residents better acquainted with those running for public office.
Loudon County Commission will consider a resolution at its meeting this month that through state legislation will allow the county to implement an additional $50 litigation tax to help pay for a jail addition at the Justice Center.
During a Tennessee Tuesday event the first week of December, a group of four Tellico Village couples touring Washington, D.C., met U.S. Sens. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., and Bob Corker, R-Tenn.
Below is an updated Tellico Village Property Owners Association board election calendar. For any questions, please call TVPOA Election Administrator Jessica Johnson, at 865-458-7081 or email email@example.com.
With the August primary in the books, local officials are working to get Loudon County residents registered and prepared for the November general election that includes key city and state races and a heated presidential contest.
The Tennessee legislature passed a bill that could settle an ongoing dispute between Loudon County and the Tellico Village Property Owners Association over hundreds of lots encumbered by delinquent POA assessment fees and property taxes.
Although the general election is roughly six months away, and with only two local races on the ballot, Loudon County voters still turned out in strong numbers March 1 for the Republican and Democratic primaries.
An amended bill under consideration by the state legislature could create problems for Loudon County in its ongoing dispute with the Tellico Village Property Owners Association over hundreds of delinquent properties.
Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey, R-Blountville, recently announced the appointment of state Sen. Randy McNally, R-Oak Ridge, to the Southern Legislative Conference Fiscal Affairs and Government Operations and Human Services and Public Safety committees.