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Souza to present present a report regarding his “personal records and disclosure at tonight's City Council Meeting
Stace Whitmire Tuesday January 14, 2014

What documents will Pete Souza reveal he has in his possession? This is a question asked by many residents. The answer just may come at Tuesday (tonight’s) Crossville City Council Meeting. Councilman Souza has stated in the past that he had files he personally paid for and obtained which showed wrong-doing and conflicts of interest with council members-particularly Crossville City Mayor JH Graham III. Last month, the Council decided it was time for Souza to show his cards, so the matter could be resolved once and for all. Souza has added an agenda item for the meeting, stating simply that he will present a report regarding his “personal records and disclosure.” The City Council will meet at 6pm at City Hall.


Souza to ask council to end payment for member's health insurance
Stace Whitmire Tuesday January 14, 2014

Crossville City Councilman Pete Souza is recommending that the City stop paying for health insurance for City Council Members. According to a resolution filed by Souza, he is recommending that the funds needed to cover the insurance plans for the Council be instead, placed into a fund which would then be used for a city employee “welfare fund.” This fund would be overseen by a committee, and used to assist city employees in times of need. The amount of the premium is nearly $35,000 for 2014. The matter will be up for discussion and vote at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, which is set for 6pm this evening (Tuesday) at City Hall.


SMHS Basketball homecoming changed
L Kennedy Monday January 13, 2014

Stone Memorial High School basketball homecoming has been changed. The Panthers will now face Lancaster Christian on Thursday, January 30th for their homecoming match-up. The girls will tip off at 6:30, the boys at 8pm at SMHS


Body of missing man found in pond
WOWNews Monday January 13, 2014

The body of a man missing since late last year, has been recovered from a pond off of Norris Road and Highway 127. Cumberland County Sheriff Butch Burgess has been confirmed that the body of 43 year old John Richard Brown has been recovered. According to Cumberland County Sheriffs deputies, a resident reported finding Brown's body on Friday afternoon. Officials say the body appeared to have been in the pond for quite some time, and they do not suspect foul play. Brown's remains have been sent to Nashville for an autopsy.


America's Got Talent holding open call auditions
AGT Monday January 13, 2014

Do you think you have talent? The kind of talent that can win America’s heart? Auditions for the upcoming season of America’s Got Talent will be held at Soundcheck studios in Nashville on Tuesday January 28th from 8am until 6pm. All ages are welcome to audition. For more information or to pre-register, visit their website at AGTauditions.com


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