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County OKs rate increase, lease change for DCI
Monthly rent for office space in the Archives Building for one nonprofit group will increase from a rate of $1 per year to $75 per month on a month-to-month basis after the county commission approved the increase and modification of the lease the county holds.
County OKs agreement for free Wi-Fi at courthouse
The Cumberland County Courthouse may be one of Crossville's historic downtown landmarks on Main St., but that isn't stopping county commissioners from launching it into the digital age.
Probationer charged with auto theft
A man on virtual house arrest under supervision of community corrections has picked up new charges including auto theft related to an incident Nov. 10, according to arrest and court documents.
Dog park a ‘dream come true’
Every dog has his day, and in Crossville, that day was this past Wednesday when the community gathered to dedicate the City of Crossville Dog Park.
Traffic changes made at South
The controversial change in the parent pick-up procedure at a Cumberland County school was the result of requests by parents of the school and developed through a collaborative process between school officials and law enforcement.
Father’s arrest goes viral
A local parent says he wants the rights of parents to pick up their children from school recognized while school officials and law enforcement say procedures and policies for after-school dismissal are necessary to keep the students, staff and parents safe in local schools.
Several generations of Frost family buried in cemetery
There are three generations of the Elijah and Emilia Frost family buried in the Frost Cemetery. It is the women who open up new family ties through marriage, adding more names to your family tree. Some of the names added by marriage in the Frost family are Greer, Bean, Baker, Walker, Davis, Dunbar, Garrison, Bandy, Williams, Hughes, Manning, Jackson, Jones, Baine.
Burglary, theft case appear headed to trial
An effort by the Public Defender's Office to have charges against a defendant tossed, based on the testimony of the suspect's husband of nine years, failed and, barring a last-minute plea agreement, the case appears headed for trial.
Indoor recreation center gets top vote at recreation planning meeting
In what a state official described as one of the most well attended public input meetings she had seen, citizens and officials of the city of Crossville looked at future plans for community recreation.
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