Tag Archives: Southern Middle Tennessee

Gas Prices Continue to Drop

Gasoline prices continue to slip down across Southern Middle Tennessee. And a faltering Wall Street is further depressing the price of crude oil. On the global market. Energy analysts say gas should drop below the $2 per gallon mark soon. … Continue reading

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Jobless Rates up in Southern Middle Tennessee

The unemployment rate ticked up in Southern Middle Tennessee last month as students flooded the labor market and seasonal school related jobs ended. The State Department of Labor and Workforce Development says Coffee County’s jobless rate in June was 6%. … Continue reading

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Storms Hit Middle Tennessee Hard

A storm squall slapped Southern Middle Tennessee late Tuesday afternoon, leaving wind and lightning damage. High winds dropped trees across several roads in Coffee County. Crews were called to clean debris on Ragsdale Road and Normandy Road outside of Tullahoma. … Continue reading

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Gas Prices on the Rise

Gasoline prices are beginning to creep up across Southern Middle Tennessee and where you stop to top off your tank can vary by as much as 20 cents per gallon. The Thursday GasBuddy service of area prices indicates Manchester drivers … Continue reading

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Automakers Report Sales Slump

Automakers with ties to Southern Middle Tennessee reported a sales slump in March. Volkswagen, struggling to gain U.S. market share, says it’s sales dipped by 18 percent in March compared to the same time last year. Deliveries of the Passat … Continue reading

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Unemployment Rates in Tennessee

Unemployment rates across much of Southern Middle Tennessee jumped by around a full percentage point in January compared to December. The Coffee County jobless rate rose from 5.7 percent to 6.7 percent in January. Franklin County’s rate also up by … Continue reading

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Winter Death Count

Officials have once again bumped up the death count resulting from the February ice and snow storms that rocked much of Southern Middle Tennessee. The Tennessee Emergency management Agency says a 55-year-old man living in Bledsoe County died over the … Continue reading

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