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Newly elected aldermen Wayne Harvell and Ken Crosson and re-elected alderman Garon Hargrove were sworn in during the regular session of the Ardmore Board of Mayor and Alderman Jan. 14.

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The Ardmore Board of Mayor and Alderman spread a little holiday cheer at its Dec. 3 meeting, approving Christmas bonuses for city employees and issuing raises to two of its key office workers.

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What better way to celebrate the upcoming holiday season than with parades of floats, lights and Christmas cheer! Best of all, social distancing and hygienic decorum can be practiced at these events.

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The Ardmore City Park could receive an upgrade to its playground equipment as the Ardmore (Tenn.) Board of Mayor and Aldermen unanimously approved a resolution to seek out a $25,000 matching grant at its Oct. 1 meeting.

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The Ardmore Community Team members and volunteers gathered Aug. 22 on Ardmore Avenue to paint the city’s first community mural, a butterfly.

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After months of hard work, the city of Ardmore, Tenn., was recently announced as the recipient of a $318,980 Community Development Block Grant that will go toward much needed sewer system improvements.

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A lengthy discussion involving a property dispute at the Sept. 3 Ardmore Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting ended with city attorney Joe Henry advising the board that the city should not be involved in the matter.

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Several alderman candidates met the necessary requirements just before the qualifying deadline for the Nov. 3 election in Pulaski and Ardmore, Tenn.

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Ardmore City Hall and the Ardmore Library are open and operating under the guidelines of the state’s Tennessee Pledge.

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