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County eyes increased recycling with new program
The new single-stream recycling program is up and running at the Cumberland County Recycling Center.
Snow days to be made up
Monday's unscheduled day off from school will cost Cumberland County teachers and students one of their spring break days, following a vote of the Cumberland County Board of Education Thursday on a plan to make up days missed for inclement weather.
County bids farewell to "Aunt Zilpha" Flynn
“Oldest Woman in County Dead,” the Chronicle story reported. “Aunt Zilpha” Flynn, Lifelong Resident, Dies at Age of 101 Years. Ezylphia Wyatt Flynn had celebrated her birthday on July 7, 1926, at her home in Flynn's Cove.
Wattenbarger named NWTF Overall Volunteer of the Year
When it comes to furthering the National Wild Turkey Federation mission, there's nothing exceptional volunteer James Wattenbarger can't do. For his hard work at local and state levels, Wattenbarger received a prestigious national award.
Stolen motorcycle recovered from motel room
Deputies responding to a report of suspicious activity at a motel in the county recovered a motorcycle that had been stolen without the owner realizing the bike was missing.
Woman charged with failure to report sex abuse
A Cumberland County woman was arrested and released under bond after being charged with allowing a juvenile child to have sex with an adult.
Plea in theft cases nets 4 years
A 34-year-old Cumberland County man facing multiple counts of theft pleaded guilty to three counts in Criminal Court and received a prison sentence and an order to pay thousands in restitution back to his victims.
Stormwater and storage tanks
The Crossville City Council met recently for a work session on the downtown Crossville project to discuss the status and concerns about underground storage tanks raised at the council's February meeting.
County plagued with radio system issues
Several maintenance issues plague the county's emergency communications P-25 radio system, but those still may not be the cause of the problems county emergency employees are having with the system.
No action on non-retaliation policy
Though the Cumberland County Board of Education policy committee had developed a policy to address retaliation against employees making a complaint of an ethics violation, the committee elected not to recommend the policy to the full board for consideration.
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