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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
Former corrections officer reaches plea deal

A former corrections officer has been found guilty on the charge of aggravated sexual assault of child after pleading guilty in the 443rd Judicial Court last week. Ted Arnold Meeker Jr., 61, of Tif Crossville, Tennessee accepted the plea agreement of 35 years in a state prison offered by the Ellis County District Attorney's Office.

Erratic, threatening behavior nets arrest

A Crossville man was arrested for disorderly conduct Wednesday following alleged episodes of aggressiveness toward citizens.The arrest warrant names Brian Petrie, 37, as the suspect.According to the According to the warrant, over the course of several hours, numerous calls were placed to the Monterey Police Department about Petrie's behavior. The warrant states that at one point, Petrie cursed at a Dairy Queen employee because the employee told him to stop going through the restaurant's garbage container.

Historic Short-Term Rental Bill Signed Into Law by Governor Haslam

A bill to protect private property rights and catalyze Tennessee's tourism economy was signed into law today by Governor Bill Haslam. Authored by Rep. Cameron Sexton and Sen. John Stevens , the Short-Term Rental Unit Act outlines statewide short-term rental standards and protects property rights of Tennessee homeowners.

TWRA Region III Office To Hold Open House

The TWRA Region III office, located at 464 Industrial Boulevard, will hold an open house on May 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Biologists and wildlife officers will be on hand to answer questions regarding fisheries, wildlife, laws and safe boating.

Polly Sue Romine

Polly Sue Romine 84, passed in peace at His House of Cookeville, TN on Thursday May 3, 2018. She was born on February 4, 1934 and resided in Columbia, TN until 1978 when she relocated to Buffalo, NY for "seven long winters".

Two crashes claim lives

A man who was injured in the Waterloo Road and highway 136 crash last week succumbed to his injuries.George Knauer, 71, of Livingston, was a passenger in one of the vehicles involved in the crash. George Knauer, 71, of Livingston, was a passenger in one of the vehicles involved in the crash.

Livingston man, Crossville woman die following crashes

George Knauer, 71, of Livingston, was a passenger in one of the vehicles involved in the crash. Tennessee Highway Patrol said he passed away from his injuries.

TDOT personnel and contract crews began work Thursday to repair a...

TDOT personnel and contract crews began work Thursday to repair a section of SR-68 near log mile 5 in Rhea County that is currently closed due to a slide that occurred earlier this week.

Wind Energy Bill on Its Way to Governor - what does it mean?

Prefacing his request to pass SB1793 on the Senate Floor on April 11th, Senator Paul Bailey recognized CMPC members who were in attendance. Remarking that CMPC co-founder George Chiarmonte's efforts in the movement would be memorialized in TN's first-ever wind energy regulatory legislation, Sen. Bailey garnered AYE votes of 32 Senators.

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