- Area News
Cumberland County resident receives state’s highest honor in the arts
Polly Page, of the Pleasant Hill community in Cumberland County, has received a 2013 Governor’s Arts Award in the Folklife Heritage category. The award was presented to Page by Gov. Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam during a special ceremony held Tuesday, April 23, in Conservation Hall at the Tennessee Residence.
Theft, forgery charged local man
A Cumberland County man has been arrested following a Crossville Police Department investigation into the theft and forgery of checks, according to arrest affidavits filed last week.
Council to make decision on downtown
The Crossville City Council is running out of time to take advantage of about $4 million in grants on the $10 million-plus project to upgrade infrastructure in the downtown Crossville area.
Domestic escalates into arson charge
A Kentucky man has been arrested on a class C felony warrant charging him with arson in what authorities believe stemmed from a domestic situation that went terribly wrong.
Council continues working toward 2013-14 budget
Interim City Manager Jack Miller has been working to get up to speed on the city's 2013-14 budget since he took over following the resignation of the previous city manager.
The key to success
Kayla Caron, a senior at Stone Memorial High School, was the winner of a $21,000 list priced 2013 Chevrolet Sonic Thursday morning from Dave Kirk Automotive.
Computer search in child porn case upheld
A charge against a Cumberland County man accused of sexual exploitation of a minor for allegedly possessing more than 100 images of child pornography on his computer appears headed for trial after the search of his computer was upheld Wednesday.
TECW identifying cost of violence against women
Violence against women comes with a hefty price tag, including medical care, prosecution and lost productivity. The Tennessee Economic Council on Women is holding a series of hearings on the subject to determine the extent of those costs, as well as the cost of lost opportunities.
Panel reviews, suggests changes to county commission rules
The Cumberland County's Rules Committee approved several changes to the county commission's rules Monday evening after meeting and reviewing the policies over the past several months. One of the changes eliminates several defunct and abandoned committees.
- Funding the fight against cancer
- More Area News Headlines
- Cumberland County resident receives state’s highest honor in the arts