Clinton – October 3, 2018 While the State of Tennessee announced a 89.1 percent high school graduation rate, Anderson County recorded a rate of 95.9 percent for the 2017-2018 school year. Read More…
CLINTON – September 26, 2018 District and school determinations have been publicized from the 2018 TN Ready Assessment. This is the last piece of data from this testing cycle. Districts are given a designation in three different areas: Achievement Status, Subgroup Status, and Final Determination. There are four possible distinctions assigned in each reporting category: In Need of Improvement, Progressing, Achieving, or Exemplary. Read More…
Anderson County Chamber of Commerce to reveal Downtown Vision Video
The Vision is far from over! On September 25, 2018, the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce will be presenting a brand new video highlighting Clinton: The Downtown Vision. This event will be held at Faith Promise’s Anderson County Campus, 96 Mariner Point Drive, from 6:30-8:00 pm.
The Chamber has partnered with QK4, Inc. to create a video that showcases 3D animations of the new Green Bridge, streetscapes, and more of what the vision holds. This will be the first time that the video has been shown publicly.
The Chamber encourages as the entire community to attend this event! Come be a part of the vision, the Downtown Vision that is!
TNECD Announces Communities Selected to Participate in Tennessee Downtown Program
Friday, May 11, 2018, 1:00 p.m.
Twelve communities to take part in sixth round of downtown revitalization program
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe today announced 12 Tennessee communities selected to participate in the sixth round of the Tennessee Downtowns program. The communities selected include Alamo, Bell Buckle, Clinton, Dresden, Huntingdon, Jasper, Lexington, Lynnville, Newport, Trenton, Tullahoma and Watertown. READ MORE….
Knoxville News Sentinel
USA TODAY NETWORK – TENNESSEE
Sunday, April 8, 2018
Clinton is getting a new bridge over the Clinch River, and local leaders want to use that as an opportunity to revitalize the city’s downtown, including redevelopment of the long-vacant Magnet Mills site on the riverfront. Read More….
Gianni Longo of Gianni Longo & Associates, Ltd., presented Clinton – The Downtown Vision on April 3, 2018, at Junior Achievement BizTown, Clinton. Final Presentation April 3
March 9, 2018
CLINTON: THE DOWNTOWN VISION
A month ago, the news of change began to spread throughout the City of Clinton. The revitalization project, Clinton: The Downtown Vision, began to make headlines throughout Anderson County. A brief 30 second video was created by the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce to help spread the news of the Downtown Vision on Social Media. Little did the Chamber know that the quick video would end up being shared on Facebook and watched by over 4,000 people. The video created an interest among many citizens of Anderson County and that was exactly what the Chamber had hoped would happen. Read More…
Clinton, Tenn. – November 29, 2016 – Just under $6 million – $5.7 million dollars to be exact – of the state’s Drive to 55 Capacity Funds will go to Tennessee College of Applied Technology for a new Anderson County facility as announced by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam. Read More…
Funds Will Help Provide Opportunity and Growth to College Students across Tennessee
NASHVILLE – November 16, 2016 – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced the recipients of the Drive to 55 Capacity Fund, an initiative designed to support colleges and universities as enrollment increases since the launch of Tennessee Promise. Read More…
by Lynda Edwards, Knoxville News-Sentinel, September 16, 2016
CLINTON – Tennessee’s economic recovery from the Great Recession has surged ahead of the national average, thanks in part to a falling unemployment rate and increased foreign investment, Gov. Bill Haslam said Thursday. Read More…