Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper and Acting Director Bill Giannini of the Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs are encouraging all Tennesseans who were referred to or received services from physicians affiliated with Community Health Systems Inc. in the last five years to review their credit reports and accounts for possible unauthorized activity.
Affected patients should take advantage of the one year free credit monitoring offered by the company in the wake of the data breach announced earlier this month.
Through Nov. 30, visitors to the Museum of East Tennessee History will have an opportunity to view special items associated with the Freedom Engine, a tribute gift from East Tennesseans to New York City following the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Three area public agencies will benefit from Bethel Presbyterian Church’s annual fall festival.
Proceeds from festival, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 20 at the church at 203 S. Kentucky St., Kingston, will go to the Michael Dunn Center, Second Harvest Food Bank’s backpack program and Mid-East Community Action Agency’s senior nutrition program.
Attractions include a $5 breakfast, entertainment, children’s games, a petting zoo, horse rides and lunch, including homemade fried apple pies for dessert.