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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
Cumberland County Playhouse Unveils 24th Year of Smoke on the Mountain

Smoke On the Mountain, the ever popular bluegrass/gospel musical, kicks off its 24th year at Crossville's Cumberland County Playhouse, on Friday, June 2, as director Weslie Webster welcomes two new members to the famed Sanders Family Singers. DeeAnna Etchison and Cory Clark make their Sanders Family debuts as twins Denice and Dennis in the 2017 rendition of Smoke on the Mountain, with the production headed by Playhouse veterans Lauren Marshall and Daniel W. Black as the family matriarch and patriarch.

Gibby Gilbert III 2nd At Tennessee Senior State Open

Tullahoma's Jared Melson shot 3-under 69 Monday and took the first-round lead in the Tennessee Senior State Open at Stonehenge.

Multiple arrested during narcotics investigation in Cumberland County

Investigators found cash, firearms, illicit narcotics at 94 Lakyn Drive in Crossville after issuing a search warrant. Crossville police say this is the second time a search warrant has been executed at the location within the last year.

Good Morning, Theaterati for May 12, 2017

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! Live life dramatically : It's Friday, May 12, 2017 - graduation day at Vanderbilt University - which prompts the musical question: "Does it always have to rain on that day? This day, in particular?" Truly it's a FREAKY FRIDAY tradition, if the grads are donning caps and gowns at Vandy, chances are everyone else will be carrying their umbrellas with them in Music City.

Good Morning, Theaterati for May 11, 2017 #TheatreThursday

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! It's Thursday, May 11, 2017 and we're just dying to ask the musical question: What shows will you be seeing this weekend? We hope you'll live life dramatically and make it to at least one production - but multiples are even better! There's so much to choose from - Studio Tenn 's got Monty Python's Spamalot to tempt you while making you ROFL, snort and wheeze from the laughter! Nashville Children's Theatre presents the last performances of Goodnight, Moon . Centerstage Theatre in Lebanon has To Kill A Mockingbird , with Kathleen Jaffe as the adult Jean Louise Finch .

House Committee Postpones Action on Short-Term Rentals

A day after the House targeted Nashville with a tough bill on short-term rentals, the Senate deferred action on legislation blocking the Metro Council from enacting any prohibitions. The Senate Finance, Ways and Means Committee postponed a bill by Sen. John Stevens until January 2018, ending the debate this year on a measure singling out Davidson County efforts to restrict short-term rentals such as Airbnb.

Good Morning, Theaterati for May 4, 2017

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! Welcome to Thursday, May 4, 2017 - can you believe it's already this far along in the year - and that it's another #TheatreThursday ? Today, we're posing the musical question: Are all our artistic efforts worth it during these oh-so-trying times? The answer, most certainly, is a resounding "YES!" You see, gentle readers, it's during times like these that the spirit of creativity, the expression of our collective imagination and the ability to transform and to transport become even more vital to the continued existence of humankind.

Kastens named minister at Louisville Christian

Bob Kastens has been called to serve as preaching minister with the Louisville Christian Church, 2826 Topside Road, Louisville, beginning in June. He has served with the First Christian Church, Crossville, since November 2008.

Good Morning, Theaterati for April 28, 2017

GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! This morning we come to you to pose this musical question: What have they done to poor Heather Morris on Dancing With the Stars? Seriously, what did they do? We don't watch that show but have picked up some rumblings on the mean streets of Music City that intrigue is afoot among the over-teased, spray-tanned and body-glittered cast of the ABC Monday night juggernaut - please fill us in, theaterati. Inquiring minds want to know.

Landslide! Wind bill passes in TN Senate floor

The "scoreboard" at the Tennessee Senate said it all following a 85-3 vote to move Bill HB1021 to the House. Last week, the quest to stop the proposed Crab Orchard Wind Turbine project took a significant step forward as Bill HB1021 passed on the Tennessee State Senate Floor.

Double your fun

Crossville has been touted as the Golf Capital of Tennessee but - let's make it real here - that applies particularly to Fairfield Glade. There would be no such claim if not for the five wonderful 18-hole golf courses found in our little niche.

@BWW_Nashville Twitter Held Hostage, Day 4: Million Dollar Quartet's Molly Dobbs

While everyone up in Crossville, it seems, is getting ready for Friday night's opening of Million Dollar Quartet at Cumberland County Playhouse, we were able to convince Molly Dobbs, who plays Dyanne , to give us an insider's look at what goes on to make the big night as big as it could very possibly be! Well, it was either that or be forced to give up our knowledge about where all the bodies are buried : Today - that's Wednesday, April 26 for the uninitiated - Molly Dobbs has taken over our Twitter account to take you all on your adventurous journey toward her very own first night, along with her co-stars Daniel W. Black, Ross Griffin, Edward La Cardo, Stephen Edwards Horst and Britt Hancock as they bring the story of one particularly noteworthy jam session to life on the CCP mainstage.

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.

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