After the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen heard a request last week for the installation of a Tesla destination charger, the requestee came to answer any questions the city council had at its Oct. 18 meeting.
Giles County Director of Schools Dr. Vickie Beard shared the results of the recent stakeholder poll regarding COVID-19 safety precautions with the School Board at its monthly meeting last week.
The Giles County Democratic Party will welcome the Tennessee Democratic Party’s state chairman, Hendrell Remus, to a special event at the Giles County Agri Park Saturday, Oct. 23, at 1 p.m.
Giles County will continue to have three representatives per district on its legislative body following an overwhelming vote against reducing that number to two per district.
The reward offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the murder of a Lynnville man has now risen to $1 million.
The Giles County Public Library celebrates 80 years Saturday with an afternoon filled with fun and games for all ages including bubbles, sidewalk chalk art, face painting, library history, a character dress-up parade and much more. The library’s original building, furniture, equipment, perio…
Giles countians enjoy music, food, classic cars and games in the street at Saturdays on the Square last weekend. The monthly event features something for everyone and fun for all ages, as well as many businesses open late for your shopping pleasure. The next Saturdays on the Square event wil…
Giles County increased to 5,984 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Oct. 18, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.
Fall is in the air! Children are back in school, and the Pulaski Boys & Girls Club is back full steam ahead with some exciting things happening this 2021-22 school year.
Editor’s Note: The following is a clarification of an article printed in this week’s edition of the PULASKI CITIZEN concerning Dress Code Policy changes by the Giles County Board of Education. The PULASKI CITIZEN apologizes for any inaccurate or unclear information in the article and any inc…
Opposing a proposed federal vaccine mandate is one of several issues that will be considered by the Giles County Commission when it meets in regular session at 9 a.m. Monday, Oct. 18, on the second floor of the Giles County Courthouse.
National Fire Prevention Week is observed this week to educate citizens about fire prevention and safety. The Tennessee Department of Agriculture’s Division of Forestry joins the effort to promote fire prevention awareness and reminds citizens that our state is heading into fire season. A de…
On Tuesday, Oct. 19, six months after the murder of James Dayton Grimes, Giles County Sheriff Kyle Helton will hold a press conference that will include updated information on the investigation.
Approximately 50 of his neighbors, friends, family and county officials gathered to celebrate the memory of F.A. Crabtree recently as a memorial bridge was dedicated in his name.
Giles County increased to 5,890 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Oct. 11, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.
July 1, 2021, was a historic day in Giles County as Martin Methodist College (MMC) merged with The University of Tennessee System and became UT Southern, the University System’s fourth institution.
Parent Victoria Hayes spoke to the Giles County Board of Education recently, addressing her concerns about the efforts the school system is taking to protect students during the ongoing COVID pandemic.
While Giles County officials would like the school system to use its own sources of funding for its initial $12.7 million school renovations and upgrades project, the county commission’s Budget Committee is recommending the full commission commit to keeping the school system’s fund balance a…
Pulaski’s Cave Springs Park will soon become Cave Spring Heritage Plaza, a designated area to commemorate those from the community who have made exceptional contributions to Giles County.
Giles County increased to 5,766 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Oct. 4, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.
Maury Regional Health (MRH) began offering Pfizer-BioNTech COVID booster doses on Sept. 27, according to Interim CEO and Chief Medical Officer Martin Chaney, M.D.
The Giles County Board of Education held its monthly work session Sept. 23, at which they heard updates on data from the Spring 2021 state testing and responded to public concerns about the health and safety of students during the ongoing pandemic.
With the 2020 Census numbers in and the 2022 elections just around the corner, local officials are looking at Giles County’s voting districts for redistricting purposes to meet a January deadline.
As happens more often than not, health insurance premiums will be increasing this year, so the Giles County Insurance Committee met recently to discuss how best to address the overage in employee health insurance costs.
Approximately 50 people participate in Giles F.O.P. Lodge 94’s “Ride for the Kids” motorcycle ride Sept. 25, raising approximately $4,600 for the organization’s annual “Cops and Kids” Christmas project. Nathan Gomillion / Pulaski Citizen
The Giles County School System’s initial school renovations project received continued commitment and approval from the Giles County Commission’s Schools Committee last week.
The Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to transform Cave Springs Park into Cave Spring Heritage Plaza during its regular session today (Tuesday). Alderman Ricky Keith suggested the site as a memorial plaza to the city council during last week’s work session. He then presented it to th…
The South Central Regional Health Office launched a text message COVID-19 case investigation system Sept. 23, in conjunction with the Tennessee Department of Health.
Giles County increased to 5,609 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Sept. 27, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.
With the Pulaski Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s recent approval of recognizing the 110th and 111th Infantry Regiments of the United States Colored Troops, locations for this memorial or monument and others that will be brought to the board will need to be determined.
Persistent moderate to heavy rainfall over the weekend leads to numerous areas of flash flooding throughout the county, particularly in Ardmore. Members of the Giles County Fire and Rescue Swift Water team as well as various first responders from other county departments received several cal…
Editor’s Note: Giles County Executive Melissa Greene delivered her annual “State of the County” address to the Giles County Commission Monday. It follows in its entirety.
Public Safety Officers (PSOs), fire contracts and mutual aid have been the topic of multiple conversations recently with questions remaining to be asked and answered.
Giles County increased to 5,448 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, coronavirus, as of Sept. 20, according to the Tennessee Department of Health website, Tn.gov/health.
The Giles County Election Commission is working with Giles County and Richland high schools to earn the Secretary of State’s new Anne Dallas Dudley Award, which recognizes Tennessee high schools that reach at least 85 percent voter registration of eligible seniors, 18 years or older by the n…
The Giles County Board of Education approved a $12.7 million school renovation plan Thursday focusing on improving indoor air quality at the county’s schools.
The 2021 Here’s the Beef Festival featured fun for everyone with rides, games, prizes and a variety of main attractions. The demolition derby, circus and Touch a Truck were just a few of this year’s crowd pleasers. Barbara Harmon / Pulaski Citizen
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