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

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

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

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A proposed housing development has sparked controversy with Loudon City Council, the Loudon Regional Planning Commission and residents of a neighboring subdivision.

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Loudon County dairy farmers are trying to manage operations as demand for milk has taken a downturn.

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Two employees at Wampler’s Sausage in Lenoir City tested positive for the coronavirus and have been placed in quarantine.

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Hair salons, barbershops and tattoo parlors received the order to reopen today.

COVID-19 has shut down many industries, leaving Tennesseans with no choice but to file for unemployment.

With the spread of COVID-19, local residents are having to learn how to adapt to a digital world, even in the real estate market.

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Public libraries in Loudon County have chosen how to respond to COVID-19 on an individual basis in order to best serve their communities.

East Tennessee Human Resource Agency is looking for landlords to join its Housing Choice Voucher Program, which is continuing operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Lenoir City Utilities Board and Loudon Utilities Board have devised plans designed to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and keep employees and customers healthy.

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.

Matlock Bend Landfill operator Santek Waste Services has reported continuation of good behaviors to stay in the good graces of Loudon County Solid Waste Disposal Commission.

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Jen McMahon, CEO and co-founder of Century Harvest Farms Foundation, never thought she would end up in rural East Tennessee, but always knew she was meant to help people.

Loudon County Habitat for Humanity celebrated the 2020 Women Build House with a groundbreaking ceremony Friday in Lenoir City.

Readying for death is a difficult task, but local insurance agents encourage preparation as the fiscally responsible action to help loved ones.

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.

The future presents a plethora of questions and uncertainty, but structuring and planning for the what-ifs in life can bring about financial peace and stability.

Medical insurance renewal and changes in insurance plans were discussed at length Monday during the Loudon Utilities Board workshop meeting.

One couple has discovered a “home away from home” in their new storefront location in downtown Loudon.

Following is a list of monthly government meetings in Loudon County and municipalities. All meetings are open to the public. To submit updates or corrections to this list, email news@news-herald.net.

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