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A Fisk Road resident called police Monday night after someone with his face covered with a bandana attempted to enter the residence and made threats to harm those inside.
The first step of a fleet plan to keep patrol cars updated in the Algood Police Department was taken last night as the council approved the purchase of four patrol cars on state bid.
A fire at an East 15th Street apartment is under investigation as officials work to determine if the residence was also burglarized.
Larry Self and his wife Betty will be both celebrating 38 years of being the directors of the Cookeville Rescue Mission and bidding the mission a fond farewell as they officially retire tomorrow.
A man Cookeville Police are familiar with has been arrested again, according to a report from Cookeville Police Officer Kenneth Frye.
A man traveling on Highway 111 Friday says someone dropped an egg on his vehicle as he drove under a bridge.
He ditched the TV he was attempting to steal and fled the scene, police say. But Cody C. Lockett, 22, was stopped a short distance away and arrested on a theft charge.
Planning for the 2014 Putnam County Blue Ribbon Ceremony are, seated, from left, Janie Rice of CASA, Jessica Tucker of DCS and Rita Turnipseed and Judy Greenwood, both of Casa.
An investigation into drug activity at a local hotel uncovered a meth lab discarded in the dumpster behind the building and vehicles containing meth making materials.
A Cookeville man who had been charged with driving under the influence on four previous occasions was charged for a fifth time over the weekend.
From staff reports QUESTION: "Does Putnam County have a coroner or medical examiner? If so, who are they and how are they selected? How long do they serve?" ANSWER: Randy Porter, Putnam County EMS/911 director, answered this question: "Putnam County has both a medical examiner and coroner.
Before artist Lynne Looney moved to Cookeville, she was known in Texas for her large-scale artwork.
An ordinance to rezone a property near Cookeville's WestSide district failed last week before the Cookeville City Council.
The number of potential candidates receiving petitions for the August county general election is picking up with the qualifying now less than a month away.