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During a meeting that lasted less than 10 minutes, the Lafayette City Council passed two resolutions on the first reading that would allow beer sales at its meeting on Sept. 7.

Thursday, September 16, 2021
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A Bethpage man was charged with sexual battery after he allegedly had incidents with multiple females last weekend.

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A Lafayette woman was recently taken into custody after an alleged incident involving a teenager and who was going to do the dishes.

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Macon County Sheriff’s DepartmentPhillip L. Stevens, Jr., 22, the 1600 block of Pleasant Valley Road, Hartsville, charged with aggravated assault, domestic violence, aggravated burglary, harassment and criminal trespassing on Sept. 7 by Officer Jacob McClard.

Thursday, September 09, 2021
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Thanks to a grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation, the Lafayette Municipal Airport will be receiving $4.5 million from the state for needed upgrades to the facility.

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Macon County Sheriff’s DepartmentPamela Kay Vazquez, 52, the 500 block of Pointe Lane, Hartsville, charged with violation of probation on Sept. 2 by Officer William Tuck.

Wednesday, September 08, 2021
Thursday, September 02, 2021
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Macon County Sheriff’s DepartmentTim Jones, 24, the 6500 block of Gamaliel Road, Red Boiling Springs, charged with violation of implied consent law, driving under the influence, financial responsibility violation and violation of light law on Aug. 25 by Officer Jordan Davis.

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Six people have been arrested while one more remains at large and three more persons of interest are scheduled to be interviewed this week regarding the use of a stolen gas card used at several businesses in the Lafayette area.

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With the growth that appears to be inevitable coming into Macon and surrounding counties, the biggest question now becomes how to accommodate and manage that growth the right way.

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FRANKLIN — The Macon County Times received five Tennessee Press Association (TPA) State Press Awards last Friday at the TPA contests awards luncheon, which was held at the Franklin Cool Springs Marriott Hotel.

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NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana communities beginning the huge task of clearing debris and repairing the damage inflicted by Hurricane Ida are facing the dispiriting prospect of weeks without electricity in the oppressive, late-summer heat.

Thursday, August 26, 2021