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Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold will hold a press conference this morning regarding providing more officers at Rutherford County Schools.
The Sumner County Board of Education will hold a special-called meeting tonight to discuss or take action regarding school safety. The meeting is at 6 p.m. and will be held in the board meeting room at 695 East Main Street in Gallatin. The meeting will be followed by a non-voting study session.
In Williamson County, armed guards could soon be patrolling schools. The budget committee approved the measure yesterday, which was unanimously approved. The proposal is expected to cost more than $2 million. The plan will now go before the the County Commission next Monday.
Tuesday, January 8 2013, 07:17 AM CST
Haslam's chief deputy Claude Ramsey to retire
June 19, 2013 16:41 GMT
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Gov. Bill Haslam says chief deputy Claude Ramsey is retiring at the end of August to spend more time with his family in Chattanooga.
The Republican governor said in a news release on Wednesday that the 70-year-old Ramsey has been integral to his administration on key initiatives that include civil service reform, economic development efforts, workforce development training and improved operation of state government.
Ramsey was elected to the General Assembly in 1972 where he served four years in the House. He was Hamilton County's mayor for 16 years.
His last day on the job is August 31.
Porsche tops in annual survey of vehicle quality
DETROIT (AP) -- Porsche is the top performer in an annual survey of new vehicle quality.
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