Chase After Mt. Juliet Car Theft Ends In Antioch Crash

ANTIOCH, TN — A two-county car chase ended with a crash in Antioch, critically injuring a woman. Mt. Juliet Police were called to the Target in Providence around 7:30 p.m. on a report of a woman fleeing the store with her arms full of merchandise. She jumped into the passenger seat of a truck which had been reported as stolen in Robertson County. (For more updates on this story and free news alerts for your neighborhood, sign up for your local Middle Tennessee Patch morning newsletter.) The police saw the truck on South Mt. Juliet Road and attempted to pull it over. Instead, the driver of the truck allegedly sped… Read More

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Madison County Courier

Red Cross Blood Drive stops at the OPL June 28 Blood donors can help alleviate the severe blood shortage in New York hospitals by coming to Oneida Public Library on Wednesday, June 28, between 1:00 and 6:00 p.m. for the American Red Cross Blood Drive being held there. The OPL at 220 Broad St. in Oneida is cooperating with the American Red Cross by providing space and refreshments for donors. To schedule an appointment or to find out more about the procedure, potential donors should call the Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767 or visit its web site at redcrossblood.org. Read previous Top Stories Source Article

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Numbers Don’t Tell Zion Harmon’s Story

Zion Harmon (Bowling Green H.S./Bowling Green, Ky.) is probably ahead of his time. He wouldn’t want you to tell him that though, and he’s not sure he believes it himself. And, looking at him, you would never know. Harmon, you see, is a 5-foot-11, 155-pound guard who competes as if he’s much bigger and a seasoned veteran of the game. But, he’s not. He’s the opposite. Next fall, Harmon will be entering his freshman year of high school. Unlike the other USA Men’s U16 National Team members, who are either 2019 or 2020 graduates, he will graduate in 2021. “Some of the guys may feel like they have an edge… Read More

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The Benefits Of Living In Antioch, Tennessee

Antioch, Tennessee is close to Nashville but allows you to retreat to a safe suburb when you are tired of all the hustle and bustle of Nashville. You can also take advantage of the low cost of living that you can enjoy in Antioch. Housing prices are lower and you won’t have to travel too far to get to Nashville. Nashville is a great city and it has a lively music and food scene. The arts scene is thriving and there are a ton of great activities to enjoy. When you move to the Nashville area you can live well and your quality of life is going to be high.… Read More

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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in Antioch, Madison

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Two batches of mosquitoes collected by the Metro Public Health Department in Davidson County have tested positive for West Nile virus. The mosquitoes were trapped in Antioch near the intersection of Edge O Lake Drive and Murfreesboro Road and in Madison near the intersection of Alta Loma Drive and Gallatin Road North. The health department will visit both neighborhoods Thursday to pass out mosquito protection and educational materials while staff will treat any areas were mosquito larvae is present. No human cases reported in Davidson County and health officials said there are no plans to spray to kill adult mosquitoes. Officials said there were six human… Read More

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