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Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputies were called to the Dollar General Store in Fairfield Glade where they discovered a front glass panel had been broken and entry had been gained. While investigating, deputies discovered more than $1000 worth of cigarettes, mostly Marlboro Brand, along with loose change from a donation jar. In addition, the adjacent businesses had damage to their doors and windows and a dentist office had been broken into. There are no witnesses or suspects at this time.
Tennessee’s preliminary unemployment rate for January is 7.2 percent, which is five tenths of a percentage lower than the December revised rate. The national unemployment rate for January was 6.6 percent, down one tenth of one percentage point from December. Over the past year, Tennessee's unemployment rate dropped from 8.1 to 7.2 percent, while the national rate declined from 7.9 to 6.6 percent.
The state fire marshal's office is asking Tennessee residents to inspect their smoke alarms when they change their clocks this weekend. Commissioner Julie McPeak says people should change the batteries in their smoke alarms when they change their clocks Saturday night for daylight saving time
Crossville City Councilman Pete Souza promised to turn over hundreds of pages of documents to the citizens of Crossville…documents which the Councilman stated would prove illegal and unethical activity conducted by various members of the Crossville City Council and Crossville City Attorney, Kenneth Chadwell. After a thorough investigation by the District Attorney General’s Office and the TBI, which included more than 1000 documents filed by Souza, and Councilman Souza’s sworn testimony to the Grand Jury, it was the decision of the Grand Jury that no crimes had been committed by any current or former Crossville City Councilmen, the City Attorney, or any of the parties associated with the transactions Councilman Souza was inquiring about. When asked about the decision, Councilman Souza stated that he would be discussing the matter at the next City Council meeting and declined further comment
The Crossville Tree Board is celebrating Arbor Day tomorrow (Friday) by distributing more than 1700 trees beginning at 9:30 in the parking lot of York and Bilbrey next to the Crossville City Hall. The event will begin with a proclamation read by Crossville City Mayor JH Graham III, announcing that the City has been given the Tree City USA designation. This year, 12 species will be distributed on a first come-first served basis.