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Originally named Alexandria Jackson was renamed in 1822 after General (and eventual President) Andrew Jackson. The city was as a busy railroad junction before the Civil War and also performed train maintenance. Isaac Burton Tigrett, co founder of the Hard Rock CafÃ© franchise, was born in Jackson. Entertainment in the area include the Casey Jones Home and Railroad Museum, the annual Miss Tennessee pageant, and the annual Shannon St Blues and Heritage Festival held each June for two nights at the local farmer's market.
Local Newspapers: The Jackson Sun
Local Sports Teams: West Tenn Diamond Jaxx (AA baseball)
Local Colleges: Lambuth University Union University Lane College
Zip Codes associated with jackson, tennessee:
38301 38305 38313 38356 38366
Towns/Cities near jackson, tennessee : Brownsville Humboldt Three Way Medina Bells Henderson
Special needs prom lets kids be themselves
Students with special needs aren't always comfortable attending inclusive proms at their school so Union EDGE students created the Royal Ball. Special needs prom lets kids be themselves Students with special needs aren't always comfortable attending inclusive proms at their school so Union EDGE students created the Royal Ball.Phillip Tutor: These three schools thrived after storms
Ten years ago, Union University nearly perished. Its campus became a debris field, dorms reduced to piles of wood and tattered shingles, cars overturned, trees twisted into submission.Tennessee's Refugee Resettlement Lawsuit Dismissed
A judge on Monday dismissed the state of Tennessee's lawsuit accusing the U.S. government of unconstitutionally coercing it into subsidizing the federal refugee resettlement program. Tennessee accused the government of invading its sovereignty by requiring it to provide Medicaid benefits to refugees, or else risk losing nearly $7 billion of Medicaid funds annually, equal to about 20 percent of its state budget, if it refused.Feast on the Farm with David Krog
Celebrate spring with "Feast in the Field with Chef David Krog" April 14 at Rose Creek Farms in Selmer, Tennessee. Krog, former executive chef at Interim Restaurant, will prepare a five-course meal, which will showcase the bounty of local farms, including Rose Creek Farms, an organic farm owned by Ray and Ashley Tyler.CIT training prepares leaders for crisis
CIT training prepares leaders for crisis Forty people from a host of agencies completed Crisis Intervention Team Training Friday. Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/news/local/2018/03/13/c-t/412311002/ Graduates of the Crisis Intervention Team training program shake hands with Madison County Sheriff John Mehr, Congressman David Kustoff, State Representative Jimmy Eldridge and Senator Ed Jackson at the West Tennessee Regional Training Center in Denmark, Tennessee.Bill Lee's faith tour stops in Jackson
Lee has traveled to nearly a dozen counties across the state and talked to faith-based, non-profit groups about what the government can do to help them do their job. Bill Lee's faith tour stops in Jackson Lee has traveled to nearly a dozen counties across the state and talked to faith-based, non-profit groups about what the government can do to help them do their job.Beloved waving man leaves Tennessee corner for Florida
A sign has been erected at "Tim's Corner," wishing him well as he leaves for Florida Thursday, March 8, 2018, in Jackson, Tenn. Over the years, Coats has become sort of a Jackson icon, waving from his gazebo at everyone who passes by the corner of University Parkway and Highland Avenue, also known as "Tim's Corner."AAA reports Tennessee Gas Prices Continue Declining
Gas prices moved higher last week, as was forecast by AAA. However, prices at the pump are beginning to trend lower yet again.A candlelight vigil was held in Lebanon on Sunday afternoon to bring...
Sunday was Tennessee Missing Children's Day, which began with a resolution from Rep. Darren Jernigan and passed the state legislature in 2017. Free fingerprint kits were given to all children in attendance, and T-shirts were sold.Now you can fly from Jackson to Atlanta
Now you can fly from Jackson to Atlanta Flights start at $45 Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/news/local/2018/03/01/now-you-can-fly-jackson-atlanta/381321002/ Air Choice One has added a flight out of McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport in Jackson to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, GA. The first flight took off, Thursday, March 1. Air Choice One's Cessna 208B Grand Caravan prepares to take its first flight from McKellar-Sipes Regional Airport in Jackson, Tenn.More
Prosecutors say a family has been convicted of defrauding federal health care programs by selling back braces and power wheelchairs to people who did not need them in three states. The U.S. attorney's office in Jackson, Tennessee, said Wednesday that Sandra Bailey, her husband, Calvin, and son Bryan have been found guilty of charges including health care fraud, wire fraud and conspiracy.Clarksville's First Thursday Art Walk to be held March 1st, 2018
Produced by The Downtown Clarksville Association, First Thursday Art Walk is a free, self-guided tour spanning a 5-block radius that combines visual art, live music, engaging events and more in the heart of Downtown Clarksville. With 10+ venues, bars and businesses participating each month, the First Thursday Art Walk in Clarksville is the ultimate opportunity to savor and support local creative talent.Jackson Mayor Jerry Gist to leave office after 2019 election
Jackson Mayor Jerry Gist gives the state of the city address at Jackson Downtown Development's First Friday Forum, Friday, Jan. 5. Jackson Mayor Jerry Gist confirmed he will not seek re-election and will leave the mayor's office when his current term expires in May 2019. "I've been truly blessed being mayor, and I still love being mayor," Gist said.Flood warning still in effect
Water from the Forked Deer River flows across Roberts Station Road in Madison County, Monday, Feb. 26. A river flood warning is still in effect until Thursday. The sun shone bright over West Tennessee on Monday, but receding floodwaters still affected a handful of roads in the region after high amounts of rain last week coupled with storms that came through the area Saturday night.Jimmy Eldridge announces his Jackson mayor candidacy; not running for house re-election
After nearly 16 years as the Representative of District 73 in the Tennessee State Legislature, Eldridge officially announced his candidacy for the mayor of his hometown of Jackson on Friday. After nearly 16 years as the Representative of District 73 in the Tennessee State Legislature, Eldridge officially announced his candidacy for the mayor of his hometown of Jackson on Friday.'Tim's Corner' - one final wave
If you've driven by the corner of University Parkway and North Highland Avenue anytime in the last 20 years, you've probably seen a man waving to everyone who passes by. Tim Coats, a resident at Jackson Oaks, has been standing or sitting at the corner of University Parkway and Highland Avenue for nearly 20 years, waving at everyone who passes by.Life's Whatcha Make It: Jake Owen wants to take you out the ballpark in 2018
The "American Country Love Song" hitmaker will kick off the Life's Whatcha Make It Tour May 18 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with most of the dates taking place in baseball stadiums. "If you wake up feeling positive," he reflects, "there's a pretty good chance that you'll see things throughout the day in a positive light.Country Superstar Jake Owen Announces Life's Whatcha Make it Tour 2018
Big Loud recording artist Jake Owen just announced his "Life's Whatcha Make It Tour 2018," with most shows taking place at baseball stadiums across the country. Tickets will go on sale starting Friday, March 2nd at 10:00 a.m. local time.
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