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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
I-40W in Cumberland Co. shut down after head-on crash I-40W in...

The westbound lanes of Interstate 40 are closed just past the Crossville exit in Cumberland County after a crash involving multiple vehicles. According to TDOT, the crash was reported at 12:36 p.m. at mile marker 316.

Rutherford County A Leader In Opoid Lawsuit

More Tennessee district attornies are now a part of the joint lawsuit against prescription opioid producer Purdue Pharma L.P. and its related companies, along with Mallinckrodt LLC, Endo Health Solutions, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., and Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. Rutherford County District Attorney General Jennings Jones is one of the original participants.

Snow falls in parts of East Tennessee

Snow has been falling on and off throughout parts of East Tennessee on Friday night, including on the Cumberland Plateau. Many people have been planning for ice and snow in Crossville, but as of Friday night, the roads were still clear, according to the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

REO Cheesewagon food truck reinvents a classic favorite

"Everybody loves a grilled cheese - it's hard to get more classic than that," Rhea told The Daily Times on Thursday. "But I really wanted it to be something that was iconic and unique."

Five Additional Tennessee District Attorneys General File Suit Against Opioid Producers

The district attorneys general of Tennessee's Thirteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Twenty-Second and Thirty-First Judicial Districts have jointly filed a lawsuit against prescription opioid producer Purdue Pharma L.P. and its related companies, along with Mallinckrodt LLC, Endo Health Solutions, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., and Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc. Filed Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Cumberland County Circuit Court in Crossville, Tennessee, the lawsuit also includes additional defendants Montclair Health & Wellness LLC ; North Alabama Pain Services, LLC; Mark Murphy, medical director of both pain clinics; David Florence, primary physician at several additional regional pain clinics; and Nathan Paul Haskins, a convicted drug dealer.

One man hurt after reported explosion & house fire

The Cumberland County Fire Department was called to a house in the Foxfire subdivision on Roma Drive, just outside the Crossville city limits, Monday evening at 8:19, according to Assistant Fire Chief John Hall. A man in his 40's was injured in the fire.

Two new firefighters at CFD

The Cookeville Fire Department welcomed two new firefighters to their crew last year - Shane Bates and Patrick South. Bates is a certified firefighter whose family owns Mini-Burger on West Broad Bates is a certified firefighter whose family owns Mini-Burger on West Broad Street.

Crossville Police searching for man with PTSD missing since Friday

Police said he possibly left on Holiday Lake, in a small boat, which was later found unmanned about 500 yards from the house on the opposite bank of the lake. Please contact Det.

Arcata woman arrested in Tennessee with 90 pounds of a pharmaceutical grade marijuana,a edibles

A joint operation by several law enforcement agencies has resulted in the arrest of two individuals accused of trafficking a large amount of marijuana into Tennessee. On Thursday, authorities received information about a scheduled delivery to the Crossville Municipal Airport.

Ita s cold, but we havena t hit a record low yet

Crossville, Tennessee, did hit a record on Tuesday, plunging down to just 1 degree. The record was 3 degrees in 1977.

Cumberland County Playhouse Celebrates 54th Season With Blockbuster Productions

Cumberland County Playhouse launches its 54th season in Crossville with a slate of productions that range from exciting new Broadway shows, noteworthy premieres and revivals of audience favorites. "We are so thrilled to invite our guests to be a part of the Playhouse as we continue to create theater that touches hearts, opens minds, and changes lives,' says Bryce McDonald , producing director.

General Session Court Cases Heard Dec. 1

Cecil Theodore Bowman , 659 C.M. Jones Road, fined $250 and court cost, sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail, all time suspended, balance on probation, for simple possession of marijuana. Jose Salinas Garcia , 1327 Zimmerman Road, White Pine, fined $30 and court cost, for speeding and driving without a license.

Fire Quickly Put Out At House On Lightfoot Mill Road

Engine 4 arrived on scene and reported smoke and flames in the front door. Firefighters on Engine 4 and Quint 4 made an aggressive interior attack and put the fire out quickly.

TBI: Pair found with more than 150 lbs of pot at Crossville airport

A Florida pilot and a California woman face prosecution after police say they found them at the Crossville airport with about 150 pounds of "pharmaceutical grade" marijuana. The TBI identified the pair as Dennis Howard Bonneau, 47, of Weston, Fla., and Erin Elizabeth Reed, 34, of Arcata, California.

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