(The Center Square) – Federal supplemental unemployment payments began as a bipartisan measure to remedy the hardships of COVID-19 last year, but as businesses across the country struggle to find workers, it is turning into a political battle.
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(The Center Square) – Tennessee allocated more than $5 million in its recently passed $42.6 billion budget for measures aimed at combatting human trafficking, and Gov. Bill Lee presented state partnerships Thursday to address the issue.
The Duke and Duchesses of Sussex have had their Madame Tussauds London waxworks moved to the attraction's new Awards Party area.
(The Center Square) – A series of red states around the country are turning away federal supplemental funding for unemployment benefits, saying it is hurting their state economies and encouraging potential workers to stay home rather than return to the workforce.
The Mosheim Planning Commission will consider a rezoning request during its May meeting scheduled for Thursday.
The UW AD said he hasn't spoken to anyone at the conference about a role as a liaison between the league office and its football coaches.
(The Center Square) – Tennessee's economic outlook ranks 12th in the U.S. in the American Legislative Exchange Council Center for State Fiscal Reform's 2021 Rich States, Poor States competitive index.
Gas stations in the Lakeway Area are dealing with a supply issue related to the Colonial Pipeline hack. Officials say the problem is being exa…
Unwarranted panic buying of gasoline has led to a self-fulfilling prophecy across the Southeast, analysts say.