Adam Friedman, The Jackson Sun

Adam Friedman

The Jackson Sun

Jackson, TN, United States

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  • The Jackson Sun
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  • The Daily Orange

Recent articles by Adam:

How Jackson's city finances fell into disarray: Six key takeaways from our investigation

The Jackson Sun has published a subscriber-exclusive three-part investigation into the city of Jackson's finances. Here are key takeaways. → Read More

West Tennessee Healthcare to pull sponsorship from Jackson Generals

West Tenn. Healthcare CEO James Ross told the Jackson City Council the company plans to pull its sponsorship from the Jackson Generals. → Read More

Global Track Manufacturing to open plant in Milan, creating 250 new jobs in Gibson County

Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development announced Global Track Manufacturing to open Milan plant with 250 new jobs in Gibson County → Read More

Tennessee Wildlife Federation hopes federal funds will help reduce Asian carp infestation

In its next funding package Congress is expected to appropriate $14 million, which the Tennessee Wildlife Federation said would critical → Read More

LD2 Market Shoppes moving into old Furniture World Superstore building in downtown Jackson

LD2 Shoppes is moving into the old Furniture World building and coming to downtown Jackson in November. → Read More

For rent signs pop up in downtown Jackson as vacant property ordinance almost becomes law

Downtown Jackson sees more for rent signs as vacant property ordinance law almost becomes law. → Read More

Contract reviews, new voices and a senior center; Jackson Mayor Scott Conger's first 100 days in office.

Jackson Mayor Scott Conger talks accomplishments and goals after his first 100 days in office → Read More

Henderson Stamping and Production to invest $13.5 million in Chester County facility

Henderson Stamping and Production to invest $13.5 million in Chester County operation, creating 52 new jobs → Read More

Hardin County law enforcement search for missing 16-year-old female

Hardin County law enforcement is searching for missing 16-year-old female → Read More

Emergency services respond to fire at C & C Wine & Liquor in North Jackson

Emergency services respond to fire at C & C Wine & Liquor in North Jackson → Read More

Jackson-Madison County Library receives $20K grant to bring Wi-Fi to public housing

Through a Tennessee Secretary of State matching grant, the Jackson-Madison County Library received a $20,000 grant to bring Wi-Fi to public housing. → Read More

One killed, one injured in North Jackson shooting

One person was killed and one person was injured in a North Jackson shooting → Read More

Tennessee's Medicaid block grant: 3 days, 3 public hearings, zero support

A proposal to convert Tennessee's Medicaid program to a block grant would transform TennCare and health care for the poor. → Read More

Jackson mayor's office explains reasoning behind buyout offers

Jackson mayor's administrative assistant Alex Reed discussed why the city is offering buyouts to older, tenured employees. → Read More

Jackson to offer government employees 55 and older a buyout

The city of Jackson plans to offer government employees 55 and older a buyout → Read More

Jackson establishes Aging Commission with the long-term goal of a senior center in mind

The Jackson City Council created an Aging Commission and refinanced its debt during its October meeting → Read More

Jackson's International Food and Art Festival brings different cultures together

Jackson hosted its sixth International Food and Art on Saturday, bringing together over 70 different cultures. → Read More

Jackson City Council to vote on debt refinancing plan

The Jackson City Council will vote on a resolution to refinance a vast majority of its debt and borrow more money for the 2019-20 fiscal year. → Read More

Canstruction teams get creative with sculptures as RIFA collects 44K pounds of food for the hungry

RIFA hosted its 15th Canstruction event in the Carl Perkins Civic Center on Thursday, collecting 44,000 pounds of food. → Read More

Four people lose hunting privileges over illegal waterfowl traps in Benton County

Four people lost their hunting privileges over illegal waterfowl traps in Benton County. → Read More