Day: March 3, 2021

‘Operation Volunteer Strong’ Recovers 150 Missing Children

 A coordinated effort to identify and locate missing children across Tennessee has led to the recovery of 150 missing children by the United States Marshals Service, Tennessee Department of Children’s Services, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Planning for the effort, named ‘Operation Volunteer Strong,’ began in the fall of 2020, with operation efforts launching …

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Bedford County Arson Investigation Results in Arrest

A fire investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Bedford County woman on an arson charge. On September 22, 2020, TBI Agents joined the Bedford County Fire Department in investigating a fire that occurred at a home in the 600 block of Fruit Valley Road. …

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New Regional Operations Center Opens in Murfreesboro for Ascend Federal Credit Union

Ascend Federal Credit Union the largest credit union in Middle Tennessee, announced today the opening of a new regional operations center in Murfreesboro. Ascend will occupy 18,000 square feet of the three-story building, which is located at 1524 Williams Drive.  It is Ascend’s first regional operations center and marks the next stage in the company’s decades-long …

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Experienced its Second Busiest Year in 2020, but Problems Arise

Despite closing for more than a month because of COVID-19, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park experienced its second busiest year on record last year. The park on the Tennessee-North Carolina border had a total of 12.1 (M) visits in 2020. The surge has brought problems with traffic, overflowing parking lots, crowded bathrooms, damage and …

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