Topic: Portland TN
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) Commissioner Clay Bright announced today the award of $10,328,312 Transportation Alternatives Grants statewide in Tennessee.
Atlanta, GA – GPS Hospitality, an Atlanta-based franchisee, seeks 45 Pizza Hut drivers in the Nashville/Clarksville area for immediate hire. Interviews will be conducted via video chat.
Pizza Hut is also expediting its hiring and onboarding process to get delivery drivers on the road more rapidly, and ultimately to get customers their pizza quicker.
Portland, TN – On Wednesday, November 27th, 2019, the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) opened a new interchange on Interstate 65 at State Route 109, just south of the Kentucky state line, at mile marker 121.
Tennessee Department of Tourist Development
Nashville, TN – Tourism in Tennessee continues to expand with new attractions, impressive state-of-the-art developments, expansions and milestone anniversary celebrations of iconic attractions that help shape “The Soundtrack of America. Made in Tennessee.”
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI)
Nashville, TN – An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has resulted in the indictment and arrest of a Portland man on a charge of rape of a child.
At the request of 18th District Attorney General Ray Whitley, on May 24th, Special Agents began investigating the report of a sexual assault of a child in Portland. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that identified Johnny McDaniel as the individual responsible for the sexual assault of a child under the age of eighteen, which occurred on March 24th.
Bryant graduated from Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky in 1950 and the Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield, Michigan in 1954.
He also studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and the Institute in the Visual Arts in American Culture at the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum in 1967.
Bryant taught art from 1958 – 1991 spending twenty-seven years as Professor of Art and Chair of the Sculpture and Ceramics Department at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. He was listed in Who’s Who in American Art in 1966.
Nashville, TN – An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the arrest of a Robertson County School Resource Officer on charges of sexual battery by an authority figure.
At the request of 19th District Attorney General John Carney, TBI Special Agents began investigating Charles Logan Abernathy on November 30th. Abernathy serves as a School Resource Officer at East Robertson High School.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police investigation into the death of Julie Rosario has led to the arrest of 23-year-old Kymber Green and 27-year-old Reginald Pope. Ms. Green and Mr. Pope were arrested in Portland, TN with the assistance of the Portland Police Department.
Ms. Green and Mr. Pope have been charged with Criminal Homicide and are currently being held in the Montgomery County Jail without bail.
Instant Peay Play: APSU Basketball teams start practice with shoes to fill and new players to acclimate
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s men’s and women’s basketball have both started their pre-season practices for the upcoming 2016-17 season and like seasons before both have questions to be answered.
The biggest question for both teams is how you replace one of the best players to have played for your respective program, with the men’s team having to replace post player Chris Horton and the women’s team point guard Tiasha Gray.
Tennessee Historical Commission gives City of Clarksville grant to restore historic Smith-Trahern Mansion
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Historical Commission has awarded 31 grants from the federal Historic Preservation Fund to community and civic organizations for projects that support the preservation of historic and archaeological resources.
“Tennessee’s treasured historic places make our state unique and contribute to our quality of life,” said Patrick McIntyre, state historic preservation officer and executive director of the Tennessee Historical Commission. “These grants will help protect the sites for future generations to study and enjoy.”
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