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Monterey is part of the Putnam County Rail Trail Authority no longer. That was the decision of the board of mayor and aldermen last night when members approved a resolution to withdraw, saying Monterey saw no benefits from being included.
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.
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.
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.
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.
An Algood man was arrested for his fourth theft offense in as many months this week.
The Cookeville Gas Department is looking to better meet customer demand after experiencing this year's harsh winter weather.
A Cookeville teen who failed to stop at a stop sign ended up with drug charges, police say.
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.
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."
A lot of you may know Jay Fox as an entertainer and song writer who lives in our community.
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.
Robert Baird has joined FSGBank as senior vice president and market executive for the Knoxville, Jefferson City and Cookeville, Tenn.