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Over 80 Community Development Block Grants announced

Allocation of CDBG funds is based on priorities set at local levels where community needs are best known. The CDBG program is administered in Tennessee by the Department of Economic and Community Development.
by News Staff


Fulton Bellows, LLC announces $3M Knoxville expansion investment

Fulton Bellows has a rich history and tradition of craftsmanship that has evolved over the course of a century, and today’s announcement is further evidence of the pro-business environment Tennessee offers to both new and inc...
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Tyson Foods, Inc. expanding its Davidson County operations

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty joined Tyson Foods, Inc. officials in announcing the food processor will invest $15.5 million to expand its current operations in Goodl...
by News Staff


Tennessee Main Street Communities hosting summer activities

  The summer season in Tennessee is right around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to take in the sights and sounds of our beautiful Main Street Communities. Tennessee Main Street Programs are once again hosting mult...
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Royal Building Products bringing PVC pipe production to Newbern

Royal Building Products officials were joined by Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty as the company announced it will invest $24 million in new equipment to support PVC pipe production at its ...
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Gov. Haslam joins in announcing Unilever’s Covington facility expansion

Global consumer goods giant to invest $108.7 Million, add 428 new jobs. “I am extremely pleased that Unilever has chosen to further expand operations in Covington. The additional jobs will result in an economic boost for ...
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ECD’s 60th Annual Governor’s Conference set October 3-4

Hundreds of state and local officials, business leaders and economic developers will convene at the recently opened Music City Center for the event held Oct. 3-4 in Nashville.
by News Staff