While Elkton experienced some turnover in its city government heading into 2023, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen and local residents are united in their goal of improving the community for all who call it home.
Although a price per acre has been discussed, the Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen will look for more guidance on how to proceed with a recent request to purchase city property.A pair of individuals had inquired about purchasing property, one for an eight-acre wooded tract near the city pa…
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen considered the sale of city property at its Jan. 12 meeting.
People in the Elkton area can now use free broadband internet at Elkton City Hall and Elkton School thanks to the installation of the area's new Elkton Community Hotspot.
Born and raised in Elkton, 91-year-old Bob Swinea has witnessed a lot of things change in his beloved Giles County. But perhaps one of the most meaningful changes is watching someone in his family go from the outside looking in, to front and center.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen continues to invest in the city’s local park as evidenced by a pair of projects that were approved at the Aug. 11 meeting.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen will help sponsor an Elkton Fun Day Saturday, July 30, featuring a host of events for the community as announced at the July 14 city meeting.
The Elkton City Council was presented with a request for purchase of more than 30 acres of land at the Elkton City Park.
The Giles Counthy Sheriff’s Department is investigating the shooting death of a child that occurred this morning (Thursday).
It was an exciting year for Elkton, as the local government and citizens alike worked together to make the community a safe and inviting environment for all.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a proclamation at its Nov. 11 meeting designating its four city employees and six volunteer fire department members as essential workers.
With a nip in the air and logs on the fire, the holiday season awaits. Get ready for the upcoming festivities as the celebrations begin all over Giles County.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen heard of plans to request work from the Giles County Highway Department to service several of the town’s roads at a July 8 meeting.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a motion to convey land deeded to the city back to the original signers at its June 10 meeting.
Thousands of dollars worth of allegedly stolen property was recovered and two individuals were taken into custody in connection with a string of recent break-ins, according to the Giles County Sheriff’s Department.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen sought to address unauthorized dumping, which could lead to the city losing its recycling privileges, at its March 11 meeting.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved $2,300 to continue recent improvement on the city’s park during its Jan. 14 meeting.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen passed a motion to purchase a camera system for its recycling center in order to address recent issues with inappropriate item disposal at its Dec. 10 meeting.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen will once again be advertising a lease for approximately 26 acres of agricultural land in the coming months, it was decided at the Nov. 12 meeting.
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.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen had one of its busiest meetings of the year Oct. 8, unanimously passing 10 motions over various topics.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen swore in three recently elected aldermen and also appointed a new vice mayor at its Sept. 10 meeting.
The Aug. 13 meeting of the Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen brought two new sources of income to the Elkton City Park.
Tommy Hyatt came out on top in a highly contested race for Giles County Assessor of Property in yesterday’s county general election.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen discussed the potential of applying for various grants toward future park improvements at its July 9 meeting.
The body of a 20-year-old Giles County woman was found July 15 after a two-day search involving a number of local emergency personnel.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the fiscal year 2020-21 budget at a called meeting June 25.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved a resolution to seek a $41,674 grant from the state of Tennessee that would go toward road improvements and the purchase of a police car at its June 11 meeting.
The Elkton Board of Mayor and Aldermen met May 14 as the city continues to navigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The search for a missing Elk River paddler came to a close Friday, March 27, when the body of 51-year-old Elkton resident Robert C. Newsome was discovered in a cotton field approximately one mile south of the Alabama state line, according to the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency.
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