Congratulations to Coffee County Historical Society, which has been chosen to receive a state Certificate of Merit by the Tennessee Historical Commission “for having made significant contributions to the preservation of the historical and architectural heritage of Tennessee.” The certificate was awarded for their series of publications entitled Civil War Soldiers of Coffee County, Tennessee.
The Manchester Historic Zoning Commission, chaired by Lisa Moreland, along with downtown merchants, are committed to an appealing, vibrant, and walkable downtown. Being selected as a Tennessee Downtowns community is the first step in a process of eventually establishing a Read More
Fiddlestyx ,Antiques & Art, has been doing business in Manchester since August 2011, first as Patch Manor & Friends on Ramsey Street, then reopening as Fiddlestyx in January 2015 at 121 East Main Street. Proprietors, Tom and Chloe Leet, have renovated the inside and outside of what used to be “The Brew.”
What an amazing lunch meeting yesterday! I left feeling proud to be a son of Manchester who, in his infinite wisdom, worked extremely hard to make his way out, simply to find his way back. Yesterday, we honored a local Read More