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Author Archives: Will Hearn

Marry Mas! Taco Bell to start having weddings

SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — The classic wedding tradition for every bride to have good luck is, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” Now, Taco Bell would like to add something hot and spicy, and maybe something crunchy. The company has announced on its website that starting in the summer of 2017, the Tex-mex fast food chain is ... Read More »

Mets promote Tim Tebow to advanced minor league team

Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Tim Tebow is getting a promotion. The New York Mets boosted the former football star from low-A ball with the Columbia Fireflies to St. Lucie of the Class A-Advanced League. With the Fireflies, he was batting .222 with 3 home runs; 23 RBIs; a .311 on-base percentage; and a .340 slugging percentage, with 69 strikeouts ... Read More »

Scoreboard roundup — 6/26/17

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners: INTERLEAGUEL.A. Angels 4, L.A. Dodgers 0 AMERICAN LEAGUECleveland 15, Texas 9Boston 4, Minnesota 1N.Y. Yankees 6, Chicago White Sox 5 NATIONAL LEAGUEArizona 6, Philadelphia 1St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 2Chicago Cubs 5, Washington 4San Francisco 9, Colorado 2 Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. …read more Source:: ABC News ... Read More »

Lamborghini’s new Aventador S costs $421K, but cupholders are still extra

Lamborghini(NEW YORK) — Lamborghini debuted its new Aventador S earlier this year, with a starting price of $421,350. ABC News’ Morgan Korn got a chance to test drive the vehicle earlier this month. Read about her experience below: I’ve seen very few Lamborghinis in the wild. Spotting one is almost as rare as the total solar eclipse expected in August ... Read More »

Muse schedules Central Park benefit show to support the homeless

Credit: Danny ClinchMuse has announced a headlining show at SummerStage in New York City’s Central Park. The concert will raise money for The Coalition for the Homeless. As the show will be outdoors and on a smaller stage than usual, Muse will take a more stripped-down approach, performing without their usual, over-the-top production. Members of Muse’s fan club will receive ... Read More »

U2’s Adam Clayton honored at MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit 2017: “I’m not used to achieving anything on my own!”

Robin Marchant/WireImageMonday night in New York City, U2 bass player Adam Clayton received the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award from MusiCares, the charitable arm of the Recording Academy. The award is given to music industry people who help others in the industry recover from addiction, and Clayton, now sober, has done that, through work with MusiCares’ Musicians’ Assistance Program. In his ... Read More »

Rainy Weather Changes Weekend Plans

Rainy weather has forced some changes around the Upper Cumberland. DeKalb County’s Relay For Life has been moved from Greenbrook Park to the County Complex. That event will kick off at 5:15 p.m. Friday. Cookeville Leisure Services’ Dogapalooza has been postponed until Sunday. Dogapalooza will now take place from 1-4 p.m. Sunday at Dogwood Park. Share …read more Source:: Upper ... Read More »

Parole Hearing For May Later This Month

A parole hearing for Jessica Ashley May will be held May 23. May was convicted of attempted aggravated child neglect in December in connection with the death of her 23-month old son. May is incarcerated in the Carroll County Jail. The parole hearing will take place there. May pleaded guilty and was sentenced to eight years at 20 percent. Cody ... Read More »

Enrollment Restricted At Baxter, Northeast Elementary Schools

Putnam Board of Education members accepted a plan restricting enrollment at two more elementary schools. Enrollment at Baxter Primary and Northeast elementary schools will be reduced to students who live in the enrollment zone or students who are already enrolled. Putnam County Schools Attendance Supervisor Corby King said those two schools have enrolled more students this year than they did ... Read More »

Boyd Taking Many Property Calls

Putnam County Director of Schools Jerry Boyd said he’s taking many calls suggesting property for the proposed elementary school. The board voted last week to approve a plan to sell Park View Elementary to the city of Cookeville to build a new police station. That plan requires building a school to replace Park View in the southwestern section of Putnam ... Read More »