Earlier this year, Beretta announced plans to open a research and development facility and new production lines in Gallatin. Now, the Italian company says it will move the Maryland production lines “in their entirety to the new Tennessee facility.”
Articles by: Anita Bugg
The following is a quick excerpting of some of Blake’s work.
This is a sampling of our work – excerpts of daily news coverage, light features, and hard news. We strive to find the surprising, explore the intriguing, and identify the important. Thanks for listening.
WPLN produced multiple stories in 2013 on an embattled for-profit cyber school operating statewide. The pieces range from an initial legislative hearing regarding low test scores, to investigating the company’s business model and finally, covering a failed attempt by the company to open a second cyber school in the state.
This is a compilation of Nina Cardona’s 2013 work for the Best Newscaster in Radio category.
This is a compilation of Bradley’s work for the Best Newscaster category in Radio.
This is a sample of WPLN’s 2013 coverage of the Medicaid expansion issue in Tennessee. It includes six spots and one feature length piece out of the dozens produced on this subject. 9:23 running time.
The owner of Gaylord Hotels is looking for big groups- groups willing to book more than 1,000 rooms at a time. Ryman Hospitality says that segment of the market is soft right now, and is one of the reasons the company saw revenue and profits decrease in the second quarter, compared to a year ago.
No matter who’s elected President of the United States, one thing is known – a choir from Tennessee will sing at his inauguration.
The first counter-protest to the Occupy Nashville movement began Thursday night with a few dueling chants, but ended in the two sides striking up respectful, one-on-one conversations about the politics of the economy.
Governor Bill Haslam was in West Tennessee today to announce the opening of auto supplier.
Tennessee Congressman Jim Cooper says he plans to file legislation that would “stop congressional pay” if the U.S. defaults on its debt.
Tennessee Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey accused Democrats of posturing when they unveiled a plan Thursday on how to use money from a recent uptick in state revenues.
Today not a single Tennessee Republican voted to authorize President Obama’s military effort in Libya. But some of them stopped short of pulling funds from that NATO-led mission.
The Tennessee legislature wrapped up its 2011 session late Saturday night. The fight over who negotiates and decides contracts for state’s teachers remained the dominant issue until the end.
Tennessee’s U.S. Senators Bob Corker and Lamar Alexander helped block a vote on a presidential nomination to a federal appeals court.