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
Warning ( was up late writing this, so will be grammatical errors ) At 5:30 on Monday June 20th we packed our small conference room with members from State and local tourism, the department of education, hospitality, the arts center, Read More
One of my primary focuses after being re-elected in 2012 was to find ways to spur organic economic growth in our community. I believe strongly that developing an economy starts at the level of spending and finding a way for Read More
On June twenty first, two thousand two the landscape of our small town would be forever altered. On this day some of the most electrifying entertainers in the world would lead over 70,000 tourists into our city limits. This day marked the first official Bonnaroo festival. As with anything different, this event would create a whirlwind of emotions, commentary, and controversy worthy of a Hollywood plot.
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.”