The now closed Corinth Inn and Suites on U.S. 72 continues to get the watchful eye of the Corinth city board.

The board voted Tuesday night for an adjudication hearing for April 4, one of four properties in the city cleanup list for the hearing.


A 1981 University of Tennessee - Martin graduate, Mark Boehler has over 40 years of journalism experience. His wife Dawn is the love of his life and they share five grown children and 10 grandchildren. His passion is his work - writing and photography.

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