2 hrs ago
City applying for home rehab grant
By BRITTANY STOVALL HERALD-CITIZEN Staff COOKEVILLE - Like other governmental entities within the county, the City of Cookeville is applying for a grant that will rehabilitate dilapidated homes and that will not require a match from the city - and that will also be at no cost to the homeowner.
Trending on the Topix Network
6 hrs ago
13th Judicial Drug Court celebrates first graduates
Brad Emerton, right, speaks with Judge Seth Norman as Jerry Randolph listens. Emerton and Randolph are both recent graduates of the 13th Judicial District Drug Court program.
6 hrs ago
Adam Ryan, owner of Home CORR, hangs a chandelier at his booth at the Upper Cumberland Home and Garden Show, which begins today from 4-8 p.m. and continues through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Hyder-Burks Agricultural Pavilion in Cookeville.
8 hrs ago
Traffic stop leads to drug charges
By BAILEY DARROW HERALD-CITIZEN Staff PUTNAM COUNTY - A Carthage woman stopped for displaying expired tags on her vehicle has been charged with possession of drug items.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Two men indicted for theft of storm gates from company
Two men were recently indicted on the charge of theft of over $10,000 but under $60,000 for allegedly stealing materials from a Cookeville highway construction company.
Man faces 4th theft charge
An Algood man was arrested for his fourth theft offense in as many months this week.
Cookeville Police to concentrate on seatbelt safety
Only about 68 percent of people traveling in the front seat of vehicles inside the City of Cookeville are wearing a seatbelt and about 85 percent of back seat passengers are, according to recent surveys done by the Cookeville Police Department.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Council to consider better gas delivery to to customers
The Cookeville Gas Department is looking to better meet customer demand after experiencing this year's harsh winter weather.
Traffic stop brings drug charges
A Cookeville teen who failed to stop at a stop sign ended up with drug charges, police say.
Bystanders aid assault victim at Kroger
A woman being assaulted in a car parked at Cookeville Kroger Tuesday got the attention of witnesses who jumped in to help the woman escape.
TDEC Begins Public Process For Solid Waste Management Plan
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation on Tuesday announced the beginning of the process that will lead to development of the 2015-2025 Statewide Comprehensive Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
@White=[C] Man asks to be taken to jail
According to Officer Brian Long's report, Timothy R. Kelly, of North Hickory Avenue, called the police department yesterday evening "requesting that we take him to jail due to the cold weather."
Fairfield Glade Vista
Glade resident Fox begins yet another chapter in his life
A lot of you may know Jay Fox as an entertainer and song writer who lives in our community.
@White=[C] Volunteers plant trees in Cookeville
There were 49 representatives from TTU Treehouse, TTU Water Professionals, TTU Lions Club, the Tennessee Department of Environment Conservation and the City of Cookeville who spent three hours getting the saplings into the ground.
Police Investigate Deaths Of Mother, Son As Murder-Suicide
Around 3:30 p.m. Monday, maintenance personnel at the Willow Park Apartment Complex called the Cookeville Police Department to report two unresponsive persons lying in the floor of an apartment.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Shoplifters target cosmetic items
Cosmetic items appear to be a hot commodity to steal, according to recent reports filed by the Cookeville Police Department.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Knoxville News Sentinel
People and honors: March 2, 2014
Robert Baird has joined FSGBank as senior vice president and market executive for the Knoxville, Jefferson City and Cookeville, Tenn.
Stites appointed to TBR as 6th District rep
NASHVILLE Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed John D. Stites II of Cookeville to the Tennessee Board of Regents as the representative of the Sixth Congressional District.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Children's Museum offers Spring Break activities
From left, Leah Clopton, 10; J.T. Moore, 6; Jase Clopton, 5; and Kaylin Moore, 10, work on a project at the Kiwanis Cookeville Children's Museum.
Volunteers to make a tree-mendous impact at planting locations in Watertown, throughout Middle Tennessee
A tree-planting effort, "10K Tree Day," organized by the Tennessee Environmental Council kicks off Saturday with an event scheduled for Watertown the following weekend.