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UCBJ digital conversion countdown continues

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Dozens of Upper Cumberland Business Journal (UCBJ) readers have already signed up to be among the publication’s first digital subscribers when its co... click here to read more

Retailer expectations high for the holiday shopping season

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

UPPER CUMBERLAND - Even before the haunts of Halloween expired, before the candy was unwrapped and the costumes unpacked, retailers all across the country – and the region – have already s... click here to read more

Poet’s new owner makes changes, strengthens brand

Richard Lawson
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

COOKEVILLE – Poet’s Coffee turns 20 next year. Through those two decades, it’s become a hallmark business for Cookeville, consistently maintaining its popularity with local residents... click here to read more

Viewpoint: 2014’s top stories: A recap of the UC’s banner year

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

Well, folks, it’s that time of year again. The end of the 2014 is quickly approaching, and, overall, it was quite the ring dinger for the Upper Cumberland region. That means ... click here to read more

LEGAL: All joking aside: Stray remarks land employer in court

Jeff Jones
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

A 43-year-old head of sales was hired by a start-up Internet technology company and was employed only three months before being terminated for failing to meet sales quotas. At 43, ... click here to read more

National Business Chamber branches out in Cookeville, UC

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

COOKEVILLE – A new – and national – business chamber is up and running in the greater Cookeville area, and the leaders behind the group are hoping to have a more ... click here to read more

New radiologist brings youthful experience to seasoned practice

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

 COOKEVILLE – When Dr. Seth Means joined the team at Premier Diagnostic Imaging in July, he instantly became the youngest radiologist on staff. But he’s hoping to bring a ... click here to read more

Wilson Bank and Trust picks Cookeville branch locale

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

PUTNAM COUNTY – Wilson Bank & Trust has chosen a temporary location for its new Cookeville office and continues to review options for a more permanent address.

Jo... click here to read more

Dr. Suneel Tammana: Gastroenterologist

Liz Engel Clark
Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

COOKEVILLE - Cookeville Regional Medical Center (CRMC) welcomed a new gastroenterologist this summer, Dr. Suneel Tammana.

Tammana, a native of India, studied at Guntur Medical College, a pr... click here to read more

Honest Abe to open new model home in Crossville

Liz Engel Clark
Friday, Nov 7, 2014

CUMBERLAND COUNTY – It’s a vast array of peaked rooftops, exposed timber and an expanse of porches – 1,700 square feet in all – but perhaps the most important feature in Honest... click here to read more

Honest Abe Crossville model home center grand opening schedule

CBJ Admin
Friday, Nov 7, 2014

WHEN: Friday, Nov. 7, 10 a.m. WHAT: Ribbon cutting and business breakfast mixer

ABOUT: The Upper Cumberland business community, business ... click here to read more

Cookeville city manager to retire

CBJ Admin
Friday, Nov 7, 2014

COOKEVILLE – Long-time Cookeville City Manager Jim Shipley has announced his plans for retirem... click here to read more

Adams USA to liquidate assets

Liz Engel Clark
Friday, Nov 7, 2014

COOKEVILLE – Adams USA, a sporting goods manufacturer with a 67-year history in Cookeville and Putnam County, is holding a factory liquidati... click here to read more

October new business licenses: Macon County

CBJ Admin
Wednesday, Nov 5, 2014

The following businesses have received licenses during October 2014 to operate in Macon County. The list includes the business name, type of business, l... click here to read more

Commercial building permits: September

CBJ Admin
Saturday, Nov 1, 2014

City of Cookeville/Putnam County List includes: Owner/contractor, type of construction, address and estimated cost Brown Sam ETAL/Hix Bros. Tractor... click here to read more

Free women's health event to focus on newest treatment options

CBJ Admin
Thursday, Oct 16, 2014

COOKEVILLE – Dr. Bert Geer, urogynecologist with Cookeville Gynecology, will be present... click here to read more

Extension granted for 'Project Enterprise'

Liz Engel Clark
Thursday, Oct 16, 2014

CUMBERLAND COUNTY – The Crossville city council approved a 120-day option extension for Project Enterprise, an unknown industrial prospect looking to locate in the city's Interchange Business Pa... click here to read more

September sales collections skewed?

CBJ Admin
Thursday, Oct 16, 2014

UPPER CUMBERLAND – State sales tax collection numbers for the Upper Cumberland in the months of August and September seem slightly skewed, although the region has shown gains in both reported mo... click here to read more

Auto supplier Ficosa considering leaving Crossville

Liz Engel Clark
Wednesday, Oct 15, 2014

CUMBERLAND COUNTY – A Crossville automotive supplier is reportedly considering packing up and leaving Cumberland County but is working with officials on possible incentives to stay. The city... click here to read more

A wake up call? UC has less than stellar tourism spending report

Liz Engel Clark
Thursday, Oct 9, 2014

UPPER CUMBERLAND – Visitor spending was relatively flat in the Upper Cumberland in 2013, according to ... click here to read more

Fourth annual hospice conference Oct. 16-17

CBJ Admin
Thursday, Oct 9, 2014

COOKEVILLE – The Cookeville Regional Charitable Foundation and the Whitson-Hester School of Nursing at Tennessee Tech Universi... click here to read more

BREAKING: Crossville council to consider extension for 'Project Enterprise'

Liz Engel Clark
Thursday, Oct 9, 2014

CUMBERLAND COUNTY – The Crossville city council will discuss and take action next week on a proposed 120-day option extension for Project Enterprise, an unknown industrial prospect looking to lo... click here to read more

Wilson Bank and Trust to open Cookeville branch

Liz Engel Clark
Wednesday, Oct 8, 2014

PUTNAM COUNTY – A Lebanon-based bank that's among the top 10 largest in the state is eyeing Cookeville and hopes to open a branch locally within the next 30 days. ... click here to read more

Upcoming 'Code Camp' deadline is Friday

CBJ Admin
Tuesday, Oct 7, 2014

COOKEVILLE – Tennessee Code Academy (TN Code Academy) is conducting a code camp for students ages 10-18 next week in Cookeville, and th... click here to read more

Rural hospitals still struggling under ACA arm

Liz Engel Clark
Friday, Oct 3, 2014

A struggle. Challenging. A new reality. Just some of the ways local hospital officials describe the most recent 12 months under the umbrella of the Affordable Care Act, which continues to dominate the... click here to read more

UC Business Journal going all-digital Jan. 1

Liz Engel Clark
Friday, Oct 3, 2014

COOKEVILLE – After eight years of publishing more than 100 custom editions, the Upper Cumberland Business Journal (UCBJ) will soon be converting its primary news delivery ... click here to read more

TTI expanding Cookeville operations, adding 200+ jobs

Liz Engel Clark
Friday, Oct 3, 2014

Vacuum maker has already installed new lines as part of plans for expansion COOKEVILLE – Just last summer, the status of Oreck's Cookeville operation was in limbo, following the com... click here to read more

Warren County second-home development continues to thrive

Richard Lawson
Friday, Oct 3, 2014

WARREN COUNTY – Vacation developments around the region and the state suffered greatly during the housing bust a few years ago along with the rest of the industry. A lot of v... click here to read more

14th annual ART Prowl means business

Shannon Terry
Friday, Oct 3, 2014

COOKEVILLE – Local artists are gearing up for the 14th annual ART Prowl with support from a familiar underwriter and several new stops on... click here to read more

Viewpoint: Dangerous city ranking is dumb

Liz Engel Clark
Friday, Oct 3, 2014

There have been a lot of negative rankings for the Upper Cumberland this 2013-14. Remember when the city of Cookeville was called out for being one of th... click here to read more
     
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