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Discovery Gardens included as part of UT Gardens
The University of Tennessee Gardens have been officially expanded to include the Discovery Gardens located at UT's Plateau AgResearch and Education Center.
BOE to honor teachers, volunteers on May 9, 16
Cumberland County schools will honors its teachers and volunteers in May, following approval of two resolutions at the April Cumberland County Board of Education meeting.
Robbery motive of home invasion
A woman and her granddaughter were not injured when two masked and armed gunmen burst into their rural home and forced the women to open a safe and turn over contents, according to the Cumberland County Sheriff's Department.
BOE OKs 4-year, $110,000 DOS contract
The Cumberland County Board of Education approved a four-year, $110,000 contract for Donald Andrews, who was selected to serve as the next director of schools following the retirement of Aarona VanWinkle.
- Water, water everywhere
Crab Orchard Care Center reopens
The Crab Orchard Care Center will reopen for business on Wednesday, May 1, after a hiatus of some nine months. The care center has moved from the Crab Orchard Church of God and is now located in the old Senior Citizens Building at 87 Commerce Street, Crab Orchard. With the move, the care center has become an independent nonprofit agency better able to serve the needs of those in eastern Cumberland County.
Sales tax up from last year but still short of goal
While sales tax revenues are coming in higher than the previous year, there is concern the revenues will fail to meet budget projects for the Cumberland County School System.
- Two injured in crash
Ladies nabbed on 'birthday shoplifting spree'
Two women were taken into custody and Crossville Police are looking at the involvement of a third woman after the two were taken into custody while participating in an alleged "birthday shopping spree."
TRA orders sale of Laurel Hills water system
The Tennessee Regulatory Authority (TRA) has denied Laurel Hills Condominium Property Owners Association's petition for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (license) which is required by state law to operate the Laurel Hills water system. The system supplies water to the residents of Renegade Mountain in eastern Cumberland County.
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