Headlines Tagged with Tennessee — 2,016 headlines found
Longtime Nashville Bar To Becomec
May 25, 2016 NewsChannel 5 (Nashville, TN)
added May 25, 2016 12:57
His grandfather handed him a Marlboro and a brass Zippo lighter when he was 9. Robert Swope has been smoking ever since. And the freshman Metro councilman doesn’t apologize for it.
May 22, 2016 The Tennessean
added May 22, 2016 19:45
Complaints about secondhand smoke and previous incidents involving smoking and oxygen tanks has led officials with Highlands Residential Services to look at implementing a smoke-free policy. The agency’s board of directors will be looking at a rough draf
May 19, 2016 Cookeville (TN) Herald Citizen
added May 20, 2016 18:35
A bill to ban smoking at the new outdoor downtown Nashville venue passed its third reading Tuesday night with the Metro Council. It means smoking is no longer allowed at Ascend Amphitheater.
May 17, 2016 WKRN-TV Ch. 2 (Nashville, TN)
added May 18, 2016 18:54
"There are 400,000 people dying from tobacco illnesses, and this is the one product that is helping them quit," said Dimitris Agrafiotis, executive director of the Tennessee Smoke Free Association, a non-profit group representing many of the state's e-ci
May 6, 2016 Chattanooga (TN) Times & Free Press
added May 6, 2016 11:14
At SERVPRO of Belle Meade, we know how invasive that cigarette odor can be and we know how to give it the boot. We have a few deodorization methods we can employ based on the complexity and severity of the situation.
May 2, 2016 Nashville.com
added May 2, 2016 04:20
Tobacco is considered to be the most revered cash crop in the United States' history. As early as 1612, colonists of the New World, more specifically, John Rolfe, grew the first commercial crop of tobacco on small Jamestown Island in Eastern Virginia. Tob
Mar 18, 2016 Greeneville (TN) Sun
added Mar 21, 2016 01:55
Greeneville was part of the Southern Railway Empire. The town boasted both commercial and industrial growth throughout the early 1900s, primarily due to the influence of the tobacco. In addition, Andrew Johnson, the17th president of the United States, was
Mar 19, 2016 Greeneville (TN) Sun
added Mar 21, 2016 01:53
An effort to raise the age for purchasing and using tobacco in Tennessee from 18 to 21 was halted in a House committee on Tuesday. A bill, sponsored by Rep. Bob Ramsey, R-Maryville, failed to receive a motion when it was discussed in the House Agricultu
Mar 15, 2016 The Tennessean
added Mar 15, 2016 22:53
more than two dozen vapor and e-cigarette retailers have sprung up in Memphis over the last 3 years. But will this hot new industry get snuffed out by new government regulation?
Mar 4, 2016 Memphis (TN) Business Journal
added Mar 5, 2016 03:38