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Tennessee is a state located in the Southern United States. In 1796, it became the sixteenth state to join the Union. Tennessee is known as the "Volunteer State", a nickname it earned during the War of 1812, in which volunteer soldiers from Tennessee played a prominent role, especially during the Battle of New Orleans. The capital is Nashville and the largest city is Memphis.

 

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Local News for Murfreesboro Tennessee from dnj.com

Voters selected Helen Blankenship, Coy Young and David Nipper as the three newest members of the Rutherford County Board of Education Thursday night. Blankenship garnered 1,071 votes in the Zone 3 rac...

 

Republican Greg Brooks clinched a victory Thursday night over Democrat BJ Smotherman and Independent candidate Del Corbitt to become the county's new road superintendent.

 

U.S. Rep. Diane Black defeated Lou Ann Zelenik the 6th House District, while U.S. Sen. Bob Corker cruised to an easy win over a field of Republicans with approximately 90 percent of the vote.

 
 

Latest news for Memphis Tennessee from Memphis Business Journal

FedEx Corp. chairman and CEO Fred Smith was feted at the 61st annual Ad Council Public Service Award Dinner last week. The 70-year-old corporate leader and Memphian was given the 2014 Public Service A...

 

Bass Pro Shops has applied for a $600,000 permit to build an underwater-themed bowling alley in the Downtown Memphis Pyramid. The retailer, which is spending well over $180 million to convert the Pyr...

 

In the wake of multiple rape accusations, Freed-Hardeman University has canceled Bill Cosby's speaking engagement at its 50th anniversary benefit dinner. Cosby, a well-known TV star and comedian who ...

 

Conway Services is looking to acquire smaller businesses in the Memphis area as it expands its footprint with branches in North Mississippi and Jackson, Tennessee. The heating, air conditioning and p...

 

A new study sponsored by the RAND Corporation finds that the differences between above-average and below-average hospitals is almost too narrow to count. Regularly, hospitals are ranked by public rep...

 

FedEx Corp. on Wednesday confirmed it will keep its distribution operations and a $6.8 million, 87-job expansion in Memphis. FedEx Supply Chain, a division of FedEx (NYSE: FDX), has renewed its lea...

 

Yes, that once-ubiquitous device maker BlackBerry Ltd. is still around. And if you're an iPhone user, the company would like to talk to you about what it will take to get you to make the switch to its...

 

Have you noticed that your relatives in Mississippi give you the best gifts? I know my Mississippi kin are particularly generous, and now there's data to back it up. WalletHub released its 2014 ranki...

 

Caribou Coffee and its rivals had a fun fall selling people pumpkin-flavored drinks. But fall's over; what do they do now? Easy: Come up with new seasonal drinks that hopefully can become the next ...

 

According to a poll of employers, more of them are giving workers Thanksgiving off compared to last year. The survey, done by Bloomberg BNA, found 33 percent of the companies that responded to the qu...

 
 

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