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Located near the top of the Cumberland Plateau, Crossville is deep in the heart of Tennessee. The city happens to be the home of the United States Chess Federation, after it moved there from New Windsor, N.Y., in 2005. One of the more famous notable residents of this city is Earl Lloyd, who became the first African-American to play in the NBA, during the 1950-51 season. He played college ball with West Virginia State College before getting drafted in the 1950 NBA Draft by the Washington Capitols.

Population: 8981
Local Newspapers: Crossville Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Crossville Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Roane State Community College

Zip Codes associated with crossville, tennessee: 38555 38558 38571 38572
Towns/Cities near crossville, tennessee : Fairfield Glade Pleasant Hill Lake Tansi Crab Orchard Rockwood Monterey

Crossville News
Good Morning, Theaterati for April 26, 2017

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! We hope you are feeling hale and hearty this morning as we pose the musical question: Do you have tickets to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time ? If not, make every effort to get downtown to see the show. It's truly remarkable and you will be moved more than you could possibly imagine.

Good Morning, Theaterati for April 24, 2017

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! We wish you a wonderful start to your work week while posing the musical question: Are you as water-logged as we are? The rains in Tennessee over the weekend are, according to the Weather Channel, on their way out of the area and sunshine is just around the corner...just in time, we say! There's a lot of theater coming up this week and we've got shows to see and people to watch! Greetings to today's cover model Jordan Tudor Haggard who may or may not be enjoying a butterscotch sundae to kick off her day while she catches up on today's news of a theatrical bent.

Good Morning, Theaterati for April 21, 2017

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! To start your day off on a theatrical note, we ask the musical question: Why does the Wall Street Journal's Terry Teachout dislike Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly! so freakin' much? While all the other reviewers were writing Valentines to The Divine Miss M on the occasion of her opening night in the sumptuous new Broadway revival of Jerry Herman's hit musical, Teachout offered the lone dissent - it wasn't pretty! Murfreesboro's own Analisa Leaming will be back in her hometown for a concert on Monday night, so maybe she'll have some intel to share... A big GOOD MORNING shout-out to today's eye-poppingly gorgeous cover models - the beautiful and talented Tosha Pendergrast and her equally dreamy husband Benjamin Pendergrast , who start off their morning by catching up on the latest theatrical dish while listening to the score of Legally Blonde, Tosha's next ... (more)

Family fights for safer guardrails after daughtera s death

Almost 10 months after her daughter was killed in a one-car wreck, the grieving process for Ladeana Gambill began all over again. Up until a few weeks ago, the Gastonia woman believed Lauren Beuttel's death June 29 on the way back from a Nashville concert was the product of a driver who fell asleep at the wheel. Her 21-year-old daughter, a passenger in the car, was one of two who died after the car collided with the end of a guardrail.

Officers on THP bus look for distracted drivers

A busload of police officers saw so many driving violations that there weren't enough police on hand to stop them all. In less than an hour, the dozen or so officers on the bus called in 22 traffic stops in the Cookeville area on Thursday a This traffic stop by a THP trooper on 10th Street on Thursday afternoon was just one of 22 stops made by THP and Cookeville police in less than an hour in which a THP bus filled with law enforcement officers looked for distracted drivers.

Sheriff's Office releases results of March and April checkpoints

TWO SOBRIETY CHECKPOINTS were recently conducted by the Bradley County Sheriff's Office's Public Safety Unit, with assistance from several other law enforcement agencies. Numerous violations were discovered during the checkpoints.

Glade group assists in restoring eyesight to County's Gilbreath

She was born and raised in Dawsonville, Georgia which is a small town just north of Atlanta. She moved to Crossville with her family when her father found work in our city and attended Cumberland County schools.

2 Sobriety Roadside Checkpoints Yield 6 Arrests

Two Sobriety Roadside Checkpoints were conducted by the Public Safety Unit that involved multiple agencies.

NEWS Two die in shooting at Tennesee molding plant

Two people have died of gunshot wounds from an incident at a Cookeville, Tenn., auto mirror injection molding plant run by Ficosa North America. Cookeville Police Department stated on Facebook that 20-year-old Tyler Stults died about 11 p.m. in a Nashville, Tenn., hospital, about 12 hours after he was shot in what police described as an isolated domestic violence incident.

Provider Stability Act First Of Its Kind In The U.S.

Tennessee doctors are praising a new state law that adds financial predictability in contracts between health plans and healthcare providers.

Many arrested in weekend crimes

David Williams, 32, of Jasper Drive in Crossville, was charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and a David Williams, 32, of Jasper Drive in Crossville, was charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and introduction of contraband into a penal facility on Saturday. "The affiant contacted the renters of a room at Alpine Lodge," the warrant states.

Help fight Diabetes one step at a time

"Fighting Diabetes One Step at a Time" annual STRIDES WALK returns April 29th at Centennial Park, 837 Industrial Boulevard, in Crossville. Watch for signs for parking and sign-in.

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