For many local churches Sunday, remembering Pentecost celebrates the birth of the Christian church.

New Providence Baptist Church in Loudon is working to create 1,000 face masks for various causes by Sunday.

The Prevention Alliance of Loudon County hopes to lend a helping hand through its recently formed Our Community Cares program.

Since moving to Loudon from Toledo, Ohio, Phyllis McCarthy has made a home away from home for herself as a manager at Good Neighbors Shoppe.

April unemployment rates released Thursday by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development showcased staggeringly high numbers across the state in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Loudon Utilities Board approved May 26 a $10 million fund transfer from the natural gas department to the water department to pay for improvement projects.

Lenoir City Elementary School will hold preschool applications and screening and kindergarten student registration for new students only.

Loudon County Commission will seek legal advice from county attorney Bob Bowman on reducing its yearly contribution to the Loudon County Economic Development Agency.

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Shangri-La Therapeutic Academy of Riding in Lenoir City had to shut its doors for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but one program remained to help veterans in need.

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Loudon City Council tabled May 26 a rezoning ordinance for property near Highway 72.

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Fort Loudoun Medical Center, in conjunction with other local Covenant Health hospitals, has introduced plasma transfusion clinical trials for patients suffering from COVID-19.

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The coronavirus pandemic has negatively impacted many businesses across the state, but several Loudon County campground owners have touted “business as usual” the last two months.

Opening a new business is an exciting and stressful endeavor, but opening a new business during a pandemic can add an extra layer of unprecedented stress.

The East Tennessee Foundation recently granted $10,000 to Loudon County Schools to ensure its feeding program can continue through the summer.

Loudon County Commission in June will consider extending a moratorium initially implemented a couple of months ago on multifamily developments.

Kenny Scoggins, assistant pastor at Community Baptist Church in Lenoir City, had the importance of ministry and family ingrained in him from a young age.

Riverview Baptist Church in Loudon has seen growth in many ways since the Rev. Gene Farmer became pastor in 2009.

A boating incident Sunday morning claimed the life of a Clinton man in Lenoir City.

The attorney for Loudon County Commissioner Julia Hurley filed motions last month in her residency case that could have a big impact.

Santek Waste Services is searching for a new manager in Loudon County after its previous manager, Justin Givens, quit unexpectedly earlier in the year.


The Loudon County Sesquicentennial Committee is hoping to move forward with a community celebration June 20.


One Lenoir City 10-year-old is putting her talent to good use as she makes face masks for those with a need.


Fifteen additional employees at Loudon’s Monterey Mushrooms tested positive for COVID-19.


Standing in front of a Loudon County Courthouse still under repair from last year’s fire, American Legion Post 120 members and others from the community Monday honored those who lost their lives in service to their country.

The Loudon County Board of Education is making changes to its budget request for fiscal year 2020-21 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Loudon Mayor Jeff Harris was recently named to a bipartisan coalition of city and county mayors across the state supporting advancement of early education.

The Rockin’ the Docks 20th anniversary is set for July 4 in Lenoir City Park.

The Lenoir City Board of Education on May 14 approved a contract with online school platform Tech Trep Academy.

Loudon County Baptist Association has been working through the COVID-19 pandemic to launch a ministry for displaced children.

Safety is at the forefront this week as more people make their way to the water before Memorial Day weekend.

Loudon County Habitat for Humanity ReStore and construction for the critical repair program are slowly resuming business.

The Loudon County Sesquicentennial Committee is seeking help from families who participated in the centennial celebration in 1970.

Loudon County Commission will consider in June a payment in lieu of tax agreement that it initially approved in April.


Loudon County election workers are in the midst of preparations for the August state and federal primary and county general election.


With the turn of the new decade, federal and local government officials are urging citizens to complete the 2020 census as soon as possible.


Construction on the intersection of U.S. Highways 321 and 11 in Lenoir City is nearing completion as workers put final touches on a project that has taken years.


Monterey Mushrooms in Loudon has dozens of COVID-19 cases, more than doubling the number of Loudon County infections over the weekend.

A Lenoir City man has been charged with two counts of domestic assault after Loudon County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Luke Hawkins, Cpl. Zac Frye and Lenoir City police officers were sent to his home Saturday.