ADAMSVILLE, Tenn. -- In a 16x36 foot garden, Wilson Forsyth, 95, has grown the largest watermelon he has seen in all of his days of farming. "It keeps your mind busy, and I think it's good for me. It keeps me alive. my doctor told me to keep walking that every day, too," Forsyth said. Forsyth is the ring-leader for the garden at Adamsville Hea
WEAKLEY COUNTY, Tenn. -- Weakley County deputies have arrested a man accused of almost running over an officer with his motorcycle during a high speed chase, Thursday night. Tamee Hyde faces eight counts, including DUI and a 6th charge of driving on a suspended license. Deputies said they tried to stop him in Greenfield for having no tail light on his motorc
EAST JACKSON -- Freshmen at Lane College didn't waste any time giving back to Jackson, Friday. The students just moved in this week and are already participating in community service around Jackson. About 30 students were at Isaac Lane Elementary School to help clean the campus. Participants say this is a great way to show the younger students how signi
DOWNTOWN JACKSON -- The Jackson Symphony is hosting its annual Starlight Symphony on Saturday evening. The free event will be held on the grounds of First Presbyterian Church with the music beginning at 7:30 p.m. Musical Director Peter Shannon says it's a family event. The cannons will fire during the 1812 Overture. Shannon says he expects this year
NEW YORK (AP) — An attorney for M.I.A. says his client and the NFL have reached a settlement ending their multimillion dollar dispute over the Sri Lankan rapper's flash of the middle finger during her 2012 Super Bowl halftime performance with Madonna.
Full disclosure, I prefer the musical stylings of Arcade Fire to Kenny Chesney. In fact, by the time the 2013 Grammy-winners for best album wrap up their current world tour at the end of this month, I will have seen it on two stops -- Minneapolis and Chicago. In contrast, by the time Mr. Chesney wraps up his last tour, of his last album,...