News for Community

Thursday, February 15, 2018
Since 2000, the Family Assistance Commission has provided much needed assistance to Bartlett families and/or individuals in need. The Commission's sole purpose is to identify citizens and families whose health, safety and general welfare are clearly in jeopardy. By providing resources such as food, a one-time monetary payment toward utilities, rent or mortgage payments, families are able to get ...read more
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Friday, January 26, 2018
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Friday, January 05, 2018
The Career Services Office at Southwest Tennessee Community College has launched a New Paid Internship Programto help employers preview future talent while allowing students to gain valuable work experience. Career Services also offers job postings, custom recruiting and career fair opportunities to area employers. To learn more about these services and more, please ...read more
Categories: Community, Education, Press Release, Chamber, Economic, General News Article
Tuesday, January 02, 2018
William Clem, owner of Bartlett-based Baby Jack's restaurant, is burning up national media with another company he recently founded called Memphis Meats. "Our goal is simple: to change the way meat gets to your plate," says Clem. "We're developing a way to produce real meat from animal cells, without the need to feed, breed and slaughter actual animals. We expect our products to be better for ...read more
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Tuesday, January 02, 2018
Bartlett City Schools was recently ranked number two of the Top 10 Large Business Workplaces for 2017, by The Commercial Appeal. In addition, Superintendent Dr. David Stephens was presented with the Leadership Award for his outstanding role within the school system. Exciting news for Bartlett and further confirmation that we live and work in a great community!  Click here for more details.
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Thursday, December 07, 2017
Below are five great reasons you should be a member and encourage others to join the BACC. The BACC offers:  1. Solutions to business problems. 2. Ways to learn new things (or share your knowledge as an expert). 3. Discounts from other members. 4. Free press. 5. Ways to raise your profile. Click here for ideas on how you can best utilize your membership.  Contact Jerry Dupree for more BACC ...read more
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Friday, October 13, 2017
The Tennessee Department of Education recently released ACT scores for school districts across the State. Bartlett City Schools (BCS) earned an average composite score of 21.5, up from 20.8 last year. Not only does this score outpace the State average of 20.1, it also places BCS ahead of the State’s goal for every district to have an average composite score of 21 by 2020. Bartlett City Schools is ...read more
Categories: Education, Community
Friday, October 06, 2017
Robert Kenyon, owner of Titan Medical Manufacturing, LLC, invited GMMDC and the Bartlett High School machining class to tour their facility. Mr. Kenyon shared how his machining career started from a shop class he took at his high school in Texas and eventually lead to an ownership of his successful medical device company. He encouraged students to find their passion and to get as much experience ...read more
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Wednesday, July 12, 2017
TNECD is accepting applications for funding under its LiftTN: Microenterprise, Rural Edition and Urban Core Edition initiatives. The goal of the LiftTN initiatives is to foster microenterprise development. Grant recipients will provide education, tools and resources to underserved microenterprises in urban and rural parts of Tennessee. Eligible organizations include existing nonprofits, ...read more
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Tuesday, July 11, 2017
​Lemme Kill Your Weeds®  7551 Bartlett Corporate Cove East                                                                              Bartlett, TN 38133Kenny D. Crenshaw, president and owner                                                    phone 382-5296 and fax 385-7111For Immediate Release.  Contact PR Consultant Kim Brukardt 662-890-3335 or 901-692-1203 cell; ...read more
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