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Loudon County Schools offers free COVID-19 testing at various locations for students, faculty and staff.
Faced with the emergence of the highly contagious omicron variant of COVID-19, local churches are adapting with the help of policies and actio…
With COVID-19 still a concern, Loudon County and Lenoir City schools gave educators the opportunity for a booster shot Friday at Loudon County…
Loudon County Board of Education unanimously approved COVID-19 financial relief for staff.
Loudon County Board of Education will consider Thursday providing relief to employees who test positive for COVID-19.
Active COVID-19 cases in Loudon County have steadily increased since early July, and several weeks into the new school year the numbers contin…
Loudon County lost a dedicated pastor who had an impact on the community and his congregation at New Providence Baptist Church.
With the rapid increase of positive COVID-19 cases in Loudon County, many churches are taking precautions to ensure the safety of congregations.
As the new school year draws closer, Loudon County and Lenoir City schools are preparing protocols based on the trial and error of the previous year.
Area churches are beginning to see a rise in activities and attendance after more than a year of shutdowns and cancellations.
For the first time in about a year, Loudon County’s active COVID-19 cases are hovering in single digits.
Loudon County leads Tennessee in COVID-19 vaccination distribution.
Loudon County residents 16 and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.
Lenoir City Board of Education discussed Thursday granting all license and non-certified employees a one-time bonus.
Hundreds of local educators received their first COVID-19 shot Saturday at Loudon Municipal Park.
Health experts are urging residents to wear masks even if they have been vaccinated or see a decrease in active cases.
The Tennessee Department of Health is putting a COVID-19 vaccination focus on rural and underserved areas through a partnership with pharmacie…
Loudon County theater companies have seen direct impacts from the coronavirus and are hoping long-term effects aren’t disastrous.
Although coronavirus sent educators and students into a tailspin in March, some positive impacts of the pandemic include new learning resource…
COVID-19 had a direct impact on Loudon County tourism in 2020, but there is hope the new year could provide a rebound.
United Way of Loudon County desperately needs community help with this year’s fundraising campaign.
Chris Brittain, Lenoir City High School athletic director, brought before Lenoir City Board of Education on Thursday the possibility of livest…
With a new semester underway, educators at Loudon County and Lenoir City schools are preparing for a great start to the spring.