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Christmas Parade Sign Ups
Wednesday November 25, 2015

The annual City of Crossville Christmas parade is December 12th. If you are interested in participating in this years parade Twelve Days of Christmas you are urged to sign up now. Deadline is Monday, December 7th. Get your entry for now online at or at the Palace Theatre.

Stephanie Coles Trial Date Scheduled for March 8, 2016

Stephanie Coles Trial Date Scheduled for March 8, 2016
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 25, 2015

A March 8, 2016 trial date has been scheduled for a Cumberland County woman accused of luring her ex-boyfriend to her home in Tansi in June 2014 and fatally shooting him. Stephanie Ann Cole, 37, is charged with premeditated first-degree murder in the death of 31-year-old Louis Louie Michael Tammaro II. Cole, a former Martin Elementary Special Education teacher, has pleaded not guilty. She has been in jail since the shooting occurred.


City Council approves motion that all council members adhere to the council-manager form of government
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 25, 2015

After allegations that council member Pete Souza was bypassing the City Manager to acquire information, the council approved a motion that all council members must adhere to the council-manager form of government as outlined in the City Charter. The Charter states that council members must not directly involve employees in gathering information and must address inquiries to the City Manager. The motion passed 4-0. Furthermore, council member Jesse Kerley moved that Souza shall pay for any further information requests regarding the airport or Crossville Aero, unless the entire council requests the same information. That motion was approved 4-0.


Crossville City Council revokes any implied authority for Souzas airport business plan
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 25, 2015

In special session, the Crossville City Council approved a motion to revoke any expressed or implied authority of Pete Souza regarding his airport business plan. The plan, submitted to Council in September, pointed out alleged irregularities in contracts with Crossville Aero, the contractor running the airport, and proposed improved security and auditing of the finances. The plan became controversial among the council with some calling Souzas actions a witch hunt. Souza, who was absent from the meeting due to medical reasons, responded with written comments read by the City Manager, saying the plan was submitted for council to use in part or in whole and that his authority had ended there. Nonetheless, council voted 3-1 to revoke, or in essence reject, any further action on the airport business plan and remove any authority that Souza may have. Mayor Mayberry was the sole no vote, saying that he did not feel Souza had any authority that needed revocation.


City Council stands firm on J. Hicks lawsuit
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday November 25, 2015

During a special call of the Crossville City Council, council members voted to reject a counter offer of $92,000 from J. Hicks Excavating. The council previously said they would accept $108,000 to resolve the suit that stems from construction of the Duer Soccer Complex. Council says they will proceed to court for the full amount if their offer is rejected.


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