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Fire Considered Arson Quickly Engulfs Residence On Windle St.

Saturday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m., the Livingston Fire Department (LFD) was called to a fire at a residence on 211 Windle St. in Livingston. The fire gutted the home with structural damage in almost every part of the structure. At approximately 1:45 p.m. calls for manpower were made. Along with LFD, firefighters from Hilham,…

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Following Rules and Regulations at The New Central Park

The Livingston Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind those attending the new Central Park that we need to all pitch in together to keep the park clean and make it a family environment for all of our citizens to enjoy. As you know, the park opened up just a couple of…

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Live In Livingston

Jordan Hull performed Saturday night at the first concert of Livingston Central Park’s summer concert series.  Touring on his third album, “Somewhere Is The Place To Be,” along with local openers Tommy Lee and Jerry Price. Hull brought to Livingston music which has been described as “fresh and endearing” by Knoxville News and his most current…

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Cookeville Highway Wreck

Emergency personnel assist Deanna B. Kennedy, 49, of Livingston from her 2005 Nissan Sentra last Thursday afternoon after a wreck on Hwy. 111 in Rickman. A 2013 Dodge Caravan driven by Salvapore Bocchieri pulled in front of Kennedy’s vehicle as it was traveling north onto State Route 111. Both drivers were transported to Cookeville Regional…

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Jail Escapee Pleads Guilty; Is Sentenced

Caleb Chase Reagan, who briefly escaped police custody twice in 2016, had his day in court last Monday for the jail escape that happened in August of last year. He was charged with one count of escape, one count of facilitating escape and one count of vandalism stemming from the damage he caused while escaping…

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Mayor Proposes $3 Million Budget

One of the largest, new, single expenditures in Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes’ proposed budget, which must be passed by July 1, is a new bush hog with a sidearm. Hayes said the $80,000 cost is a necessity. “If you notice we have weed eaters and part time guys out weed eating the right of way,”…

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Obituaries

Obits 5/30/17

Clara Jane Fleming Clara Jane Fleming, 90, of Allons passed away May 21 at her home. Funeral services were held from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. Bro. Alan Judd officiated. She was born in Overton County on January 24, 1927. She worked at Browns Market in…

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Obits 5/23/17

Edwina Smith Burchett Seamstress Edwina Smith Burchett, 77, of Memphis passed away May 15 at her home. Funeral services were held May 19 from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home. Bro. Ricky Kimbel officiated. Burial followed in the Overton County Memorial Gardens. She was born in Clay County on May 3, 1940. She worked as…

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Obits 5/16/17

Nina Ruth England Homemaker Nina Ruth England, 89, of Rickman passed away May 7. Funeral services were held on May 10 from The Chapel Of Goff Funeral Home with Bro. Willard McCormick and Br. Eric Dillon officiating. Graveside services were held on May 12 at Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery in Anderson Ind. with Rev. Eric…

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Recent News

Fire Considered Arson Quickly Engulfs Residence On Windle St.

Saturday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m., the Livingston Fire Department (LFD) was called to a fire at a residence on 211 Windle St. in Livingston. The fire gutted the home with structural damage in almost every part of the structure. At approximately 1:45 p.m. calls for manpower were made. Along with LFD, firefighters from Hilham,…

Read More
Following Rules and Regulations at The New Central Park

The Livingston Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind those attending the new Central Park that we need to all pitch in together to keep the park clean and make it a family environment for all of our citizens to enjoy. As you know, the park opened up just a couple of…

Read More
Live In Livingston

Jordan Hull performed Saturday night at the first concert of Livingston Central Park’s summer concert series.  Touring on his third album, “Somewhere Is The Place To Be,” along with local openers Tommy Lee and Jerry Price. Hull brought to Livingston music which has been described as “fresh and endearing” by Knoxville News and his most current…

Read More
Cookeville Highway Wreck

Emergency personnel assist Deanna B. Kennedy, 49, of Livingston from her 2005 Nissan Sentra last Thursday afternoon after a wreck on Hwy. 111 in Rickman. A 2013 Dodge Caravan driven by Salvapore Bocchieri pulled in front of Kennedy’s vehicle as it was traveling north onto State Route 111. Both drivers were transported to Cookeville Regional…

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Jail Escapee Pleads Guilty; Is Sentenced

Caleb Chase Reagan, who briefly escaped police custody twice in 2016, had his day in court last Monday for the jail escape that happened in August of last year. He was charged with one count of escape, one count of facilitating escape and one count of vandalism stemming from the damage he caused while escaping…

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Mayor Proposes $3 Million Budget

One of the largest, new, single expenditures in Livingston Mayor Curtis Hayes’ proposed budget, which must be passed by July 1, is a new bush hog with a sidearm. Hayes said the $80,000 cost is a necessity. “If you notice we have weed eaters and part time guys out weed eating the right of way,”…

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