Small churches in the area are facing financial struggles as COVID-19 continues to limit face-to-face interactions.

With Loudon County and Lenoir City schools heeding Gov. Bill Lee’s guidance in suspending classes through April 24, educators are ironing out plans for the remainder of the spring semester.

The COVID-19 pandemic has kept many inside their homes, but local golf courses are still offering ways for people to get out and safely stay active.

Animals in Loudon County are being negatively impacted by the trickle down effect of COVID-19, and people are doing what they can to help.

Patients and families of patients at Fort Loudoun Medical Center and other regional Covenant Health facilities are now experiencing “unwanted changes” in light of the coronavirus pandemic.


COVID-19 has pushed churches all over Loudon County to shut their doors to the public, but many leaders are doing what they can to keep the spirit alive in their congregations in a time where face-to-face interactions are limited.

Many businesses around Loudon County are feeling the negative effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but several local gyms are encouraging people to stay healthy.

The Tennessee Department of Health east regional office has launched an informational line for residents and health care providers to call with questions or concerns about COVID-19.

The Loudon County Boys & Girls Club in Lenoir City aims to provide affordable services to families whose children are out of school at least through April 3.

The mayors of Loudon County, Lenoir City and Loudon stood together Monday to answer questions about the COVID-19 pandemic and its local impact.

Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak and more confirmed cases in Tennessee, the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association will face some tough decisions the next several weeks regarding the 2020 spring sports calendar.

American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts in Loudon County are gearing up for the second Loudon County Veterans Resources and Job Fair Program.

A Lenoir City woman faces five charges after her 3-year-old son was found dead with multiple stab wounds March 11 at McGhee Square Apartments.

The turn of a new year usually brings excitement and hope for many, but it can bring financial changes and questions regarding the stock market.