Saturday, September 21, 2019

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New city manager’s pledge? To listen

CUMBERLAND COUNTY – Crossville has a new city manager. And Greg Wood’s first order of business? Listening to council and employees. It’s been 12 months...

‘Project Bottle’ to bring 300 new jobs to Cookeville

COOKEVILLE – Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), a technical, engineering, intelligence and IT sector provider, is opening a facility in Cookeville, bringing 300 new...

Site plan for ‘Shoppes’ shows Publix, Academy stores coming to Cookeville?

COOKEVILLE – A site plan released - but quickly pulled offline - by the developer of the Shoppes at Eagle Pointe, a retail center...

‘Bight’ is back – but with new name, locale and feel

COOKEVILLE – After a nearly one-year hiatus from the local restaurant business, Kent Birdwell, proprietor behind Gainesboro’s former Bight of the Bend, is back. This...

DeKalb hospital has been renovating ED

SMITHVILLE – An Upper Cumberland hospital is in the midst of a six-figure emergency department renovation and a dedication ceremony to unveil the new...

Progressive adds in-house tax/accounting but growing pains ahead

COOKEVILLE – Another step forward. That's how Wayne Cravens describes the most recent addition to the Progressive Savings Bank fold. Company officials recently announced the...