Fairfield Glade Resident Services is happy to announce the members of its board of directors serving in 2020.
According to Chief Michael Williams and the Fairfield Glade Police Department's year-end report, DUI/PIs were up 178% in 2019 from 2018, accounting for 25 of Fairfield Glade Police Department’s 88 arrests in 2019.
Do you love uncovering secrets? Most people do, and secrets can be found in unlikely places. On Thursday, Feb. 6, from 1-3 p.m., Kinseekers will meet with guest speaker, Mike Boniol, who will reveal some of the “Hidden Secrets in FamilySearch.org.”
For the past nine years, the Women’s Fellowship at Fairfield Glade Community Church have sent Christmas Care Boxes to military service members who are deployed and many who are in harm’s way.
Fairfield Glade Fire Department Captain Chris Young was recently named FGFD 2019 Firefighter of the Year at the annual awards banquet held last month at
The routes are becoming much larger every year, and the crew can collect trash more efficiently and with less litter when all of the trash is in bags. Therefore, trash bags are required, even if using a can.
The Fairfield Glade Community Club Sewer Department is asking for help from all Fairfield Glade residents in reducing unnecessary, clean water entering the sanitary sewer system.
The Fairfield Glade Women’s 18-Hole League is excited to host its 47th annual Ladies Invitational Golf Tournament July 10-12 at Heatherhurst Golf Course, Crossville.
I heard myself saying, “Get him, get him,” as I watched the football game. Then I laughed. How many years have I been talking to a TV that can’t hear me or answer me back? I have yelled, “Way to go!” as the lady Vols make the important shot, or I have yelled, “Foul! Foul!” at what I saw but …
Linda and Craig Clark, Karen Shanks and Mary Ann Pawlack show off The Cumberland County Republican Women’s Club’s first-place-winning tree in First National Bank’s Parade of Trees’ nonprofit division. “Promises Made, Promises Kept” was the theme of the tree which honored President Donald Tr…
I don’t review wines or wineries. I leave that to the pros. But this winery is one that I feel that I must tell you about. We are very passionate about wines, sharing them and new places with you and this is one winery that should be on your “to do” list. This will also be a lesson in speaki…
Glade Realty and Fairfield Homes helped spur a special Christmas event. They drew names and went toy shopping. The idea was to buy a toy for the person whose name was drawn that reminded you of them or that you thought they may have played with as a child. The toys were all donated to Erlang…
Happy New Year! We wish to thank the Fairfield Glade residents for your financial support in 2019 and look forward to serving you in 2020. Without your support, we could not be an excellent fire department. Thank you so very much!
It is with great sadness that the Fairfield Glade Police Department announces the death of Officer Jerry Singleton of the Fairfield Glade Police Department. Officer Singleton passed away during his shift on Dec. 31, 2019, of apparent natural causes.
I was talking to my flowers this morning as it seems like with the holidays and visitors, I have really ignored them. The Christmas Cactus had two blooms left when 2020 arrived. I was proud of my violet. I had placed her in the window in the dining room and then moved her to a window facing …
The staff of U.S. Representative John Rose (TN-6) will be in Fairfield Glade on Friday, Jan. 17, to meet with local citizens who need assistance with federal services.
Your board of directors has had conversations with a number of residents who have deer deterrent barriers, as well as discussing the subject with the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The committee has done research on the matter and conducted their own discussions with residents. From …
Each November, customers at Food City grocery stores are asked at the checkout stand to donate $1 to their Race Against Hunger campaign. The monies collected are distributed to food related charities in the form of gift cards and direct food donations.
Kaitlyn and Jacob Lenz make snowman ornaments to take home and decorate their Christmas tree at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center cookie decorating and ornament making on Dec. 19.
Imagine a large wooden ship (the United Fund of Cumberland County) and all the framework (all the many programs and services that the UF supports through their partnerships) securing and strengthening the deck (the Cumberland County community). The Visually Impaired Support (VIS) Group of Cu…
The 21st annual Coats for the Cold event wrapped up Dec. 8 with a total of 693 coats being distributed. The remaining coats were donated to Cumberland Fellowship’s Storehouse Ministry for continued distribution. Special thanks to the Cumberland County High School Leo Club, Cumberland County …
The 10th annual Fairfield Glade Lions Club Reverse Raffle was another great success. There were 600 tickets sold with a record number of patron prizes. There was a great and active crowd at the drawing.
With the retirement of Becky Waters effective Dec. 20, Fairfield Glade Community Club is pleased to announce that Amber Black has joined the Fairfield Glade Community Club on Dec. 9, as the new director of human resources.
Do you hear what I hear? Cumberland County Playhouse’s T3 Glee performs to the listening enjoyment of the Fairfield Glade Lions Club at their annual Christmas dinner at Legends on Dec. 16. Among others, T3 Glee performed “Carol of the Bells,” “Merry Christmas, Darling,” “Gloria Sing Praise,”…
Linda Frazier and Laura Dumez, members of the Fairfield Glade Hospice Auxiliary, are the “Baker Babes” for the patients, family members and staff at Cumberland House. Auxiliary members volunteer to bake cookies once a week for a designated month. These “gifts” are always appreciated. This pr…
You are probably reading this nature article in one of our local papers, either the Fairfield Glade Sun or the Crossville Chronicle. And, you might figure that the reach of these newspapers is primarily Cumberland County.
The St. Francis of Assisi Council 16088 of the Knights of Columbus recently conducted a drive to accumulate warm clothing for the Crab Orchard Care Center.
During this season of giving, the Cumberland County United Fund asks that you include the organization on your list for Christmas. Your gift is an investment in the programs and services provided by their 36 partner agencies. Remember, your donation stays right here in Cumberland County doin…
The 31st Annual Hospice Holiday Ball hosted by the Fairfield Glade Hospice Auxiliary was held on Sunday, Dec. 8th at Druid Hills Country Club. Auxiliary members and their husbands transformed the club into a beautiful and festive scene which will be enjoyed by all guests at Legends for the e…
- Wife screams for fleeing husband to stop
- Rotary pays off school lunch debt
- 13 years handed down in meth, VOP cases
- Meth charges filed in separate incidents
- Downtown events approved
- Special spay/neuter opportunity
- Former Vol Inky Johnson to speak at Linary
- FG man faces burglary, theft charges
- Fee increase proposed to support 9-1-1 services
- Flynn captures Cumberland County Chess Champion title