Our second Preserve Paris event will be a Clean Sweep Day in a portion of the Atkins Porter Historic Neighborhood! This event will begin on Saturday, August 27 with a Clean Sweep Day where community volunteers and neighbors will converge on the Atkins Porter neighborhood to assist residents with trash removal and, if feasible, some…Details
PRESERVE PARIS MEETS AGAIN……. Preserve Paris met again Tuesday night, March 8, with it’s second impressive crowd on hand. Mayor Carlton Gerrell along with other City Commissioners welcomed the participants and thanked everyone for their efforts to this point. The first event has been scheduled with a clean-up day on April 16 in the Lee…Details
The future of Tennessee’s economic success is directly tied to our broadband Internet access. Having broadband access leads to an increase in educational and entrepreneurial opportunities, which therefore helps our state build a better workforce and accelerate job creation. To ensure that every community in Tennessee has the tools to economically succeed, we must measure…Details
City Holding Preservation Input Meeting The City of Paris will conduct a public input meeting at 5:30 pm on Tuesday, February 23, 2016, at City Hall to seek input from citizens on Preserve Paris, a neighborhood revitalization, preservation and clean up project scheduled to begin this year. “The City was approached by USDA to serve…Details
Through a grant obtained by the Henry County Alliance and the Chamber of Commerce, the county is offering to the citizens of the community a mobile alert system. The Henry County Text Alert System is available by signing up to receive texts to alert your phone of things such as road blockages due to traffic,…Details
Lowes Team Repairs Eiffel Tower Lowes of Paris has provided both materials and a team to make repairs and improvements to Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower replica in Eiffel Tower Park, scheduled to begin September 10th. The project will be funded with a $2500 Lowes Heroes grant and 24 members of Lowes’ staff, working in shifts,…Details
Officer Amanda Forrest checks a vehicle as the City Participates in National Child Passenger Safety Week
PARIS POLICE DEPARTMENT TAKES PART IN NATIONAL CHILD PASSENGER SAFETY WEEK The Paris Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to educate parents and caregivers during national Child Passenger Safety week, taking place September 13-19. Motor vehicle crashes are a leading killer of…Details
On Tuesday, July 21, 2015, Fraternal Order of Police members Cpl. Jeramye Whitaker (left) and Officer Jordan Klutts (right), presented a check to Guidance Counselor Amy Vance and Inman Middle School Principal Jason Scarbrough. The $500 donation will be used to buy school supplies for underprivileged children.
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