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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
Couple suspected of framing victim for child custody

A Crossville couple was arrested Friday for stating false reports after they allegedly framed another man to gain custody of his child. The couple, identified as Christopher Pilgrim, 31, and a A Crossville couple was arrested Friday for stating false reports after they allegedly framed another man to gain custody of his child.

Parents concerned about post allegedly written by Crossville school principal

Parents in Crossville were upset after reading a Facebook post that appeared to be written by the principal of Stone Memorial High School, Scott Maddox. A concerned viewer sent WATE 6 On Your Side a screen shot of it.

How money helps steer big rigs around emissions rules

The Fitzgerald glider truck dealership, which sells trucks with rebuilt engines that do not need to comply with modern emissions controls, in Crossville, Tenn., Feb. 9, 2018. The special treatment for the Fitzgerald trucks has been made possible by a loophole in federal law that the Obama administration tried to close, and the Trump administration is now championing.

Crossville mother gathers more than 1,200 names to cancel school for flu

"I could not deal with burying one of my kids, knowing I could've prevented it," mother Becca Owens said. Owens has watched the signatures roll in over the past few days.

Crossville Police searching for missing 13-year-old boy

Dakoda Henderien, 13, was last seen on Monday, Feb. 5, around 8:45 p.m. near 4th Street in Crossville. According to police, he's described as a white male, approximately 5'5" tall and weighs about 110 pounds.

'Freedom Fighter Bandit' arrested after Crossville credit union robbery

Federal authorities say a 25-year-old woman dubbed the "Freedom Fighter Bandit" who's wanted for a string of Georgia bank robberies has been arrested in Tennessee. The FBI said in a news release Monday that Nilsa Marie Urena was apprehended Saturday shortly after robbing a credit union branch in Crossville.

"Freedom Fighter Bandit" arrested and charged with bank robberyA...

A woman wanted by the FBI and dubbed by the media as the "Freedom Fighter Bandit" was arrested in Nashville on Saturday. Nilsa Marie Urnea, 25, of Philadelphia, Pa., was charged with bank robbery Sunday after being arrested near the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Nashville on Saturday following an earlier robbery of the Upper Cumberland Credit Union in Crossville.

ANNIE Returns to the Cumberland County Playhouse Mainstage Tomorrow

"We're thrilled to bring this cherished, award-winning family musical back to the Playhouse," says CCP artistic director Britt Hancock, who co-directs the show with Jess Griffin. "Especially with this year's exuberant, energetic, and wonderfully talented cast."

Cumberland County drivers prepare for another round of winter weather

Salt is a hot commodity when winter weather sweeps through Cumberland County, a section of East Tennessee that sees it often. Hannah Cox's company Total Outdoor Services is working late hours spraying salt in parking lots for roughly 40 customers in Crossville, mostly commercial businesses.

Man locked in back of delivery trailer arrested for stealing cigarettes

A Knoxville man is behind bars after police say he tried to steal cigarettes from the back of a trailer in Crossville. While he was in the back of the trailer, the delivery driver was able to lock him in until police arrived.

George Carl Freymuth

George Carl Freymuth, 76, of Crossville, passed away Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, at Wyndridge Health and Rehab in Crossville, Tennessee.

Putnam County continues to see record low unemployment numbers

The state of Tennessee closed out 2017 with a 3.2 percent unemployment rate, but Putnam County and three other counties in the region reported rates below 3 percent.This is also lower than the The state of Tennessee closed out 2017 with a 3.2 percent unemployment rate, but Putnam County and three other counties in the region reported rates below 3 percent. "I am very pleased to see our unemployment rate continue to come in at an historically low rate," Putnam County Executive Randy Porter said.

Glade Residents present ambulance concern to County

As reported in last week's newspaper, an issue has arisen concerning the response time of our Cumberland County Ambulance Service. According to statistics provided by the E911 Dispatch Center, five of the six County Ambulance Stations are not achieving the response time performance standards set by the American Heart Association for Cardiac Arrests Incidents, putting residents at increased risk.

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Body found in Crossville lake believed to be missing man

The Crossville Police Department says they, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, and the Crossville Fire Department's dive team were investigating Holiday Lake on Wednesday morning in an attempt to find Benjamin Heino, who had last been seen on December 29. Police say they recovered a man's body from the water around 10:35 a.m. His identity has not yet been confirmed, but the body is believed to be that of Heino.

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