Loudon County Habitat for Humanity is gearing up to work alongside national, state and local policymakers to improve opportunities for affordable housing with the new Cost of Home campaign.
Funeral homes owned and managed by younger people is uncommon, but for 28-year-old Loudon Funeral Home owner Matthew Mott, being a director and embalmer is his passion.
As I write this, January is six days old, and yet red bows and other traces of the holiday shine forth in the living room or hide out in forgotten corners in the other rooms of the house.
Though the holiday season is portrayed as an uplifting time to spend with family, exchange gifts and be festive, some struggle emotionally, often slipping into the “holiday blues.”
Loudon County received big news at the end of 2019 when Loudon County Property Assessor Mike Campbell’s office gained Three-Star certification and Loudon County Clerk and Master Lisa Niles was named County Official of the Year.
As you read this, light has begun her slow return here in the northern hemisphere. Dec. 21 marked the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. From here on until June when we reach the summer solstice, the days will grow longer and longer.
Members of Faith Fellowship Cumberland Presbyterian Church early Saturday morning scooped home-cooked casseroles and sides into to-go boxes in preparation for the monthly senior mobile meal mission.
Although the temperature was cold, those standing outside near Loudon Cumberland Presbyterian Church were warmed by love Thursday and Friday as they gave drivers a glimpse at a unique nativity scene.
Loree Sledge, Lenoir City Cash Express manager, last month lugged boxes overflowing with clothes and presents to the Boys & Girls Club of Loudon County in hopes of making children’s holiday season a bit brighter.
A group of volunteers huddled around a van Friday afternoon at Loudon Gardens Apartments, each taking bags and placing them on a cart so they could go door to door and deliver to residents.
Dog and cat food, toys, shampoos and various animal-related items were stacked on the table in front of Highland Park Elementary School first-grade teacher Chelsea Rogers’ classroom Dec. 18, capping off a drive by students for the Loudon County Animal Shelter.
Vehicles last week slowly made their way alongside the front of the old Loudon High School for the pickup of gifts from the local Toys for Tots program just in time for Christmas.