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Corinth Street Department Ready for Winter Storm

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor John Michael Tucker of the Corinth Street Department looked over the snow- and ice-fighting machine to make sure it is ready to treat slick roads if a winter storm hits Friday. The Corinth Street Department is prepared, Tucker said Thursday afternoon. Snow and…

Corinth Street Department Battles Slick Roads

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor City of Corinth crews sanded and salted roadways to battle slick conditions brought on by Friday’s winter weather. Matthew Braddock with the Corinth Street Department said it was better for motorists to stay off the roads if they did not have to be…

Corinth Street Department Ready if Snow Hits Area

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The city of Corinth Street Department is prepared in case snow hits the community in the next 24 hours or so, an official said. Pallets of salt, 1,500 gallons of brine and crew members are on standby in the event that Corinth gets…

Trash Collection Altered for Labor Day Holiday

The city of Corinth Street Department will be closed Monday, Sept. 5 for Labor Day. Monday and Tuesday trash routes will be picked up Tuesday, Sept. 6.  

Head of City’s Street Department Announces Resignation in Middle of Council Meeting

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The head of the city of Corinth’s Street Department unexpectedly announced his resignation in the middle of a city council meeting Tuesday night. Street Commissioner Philip Verdung was giving his routine report to the council when he announced that he will leave city…

Shiloh Road Section Reopens to Traffic

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A section of Shiloh Road that has been closed since last week reopened Wednesday. The road was closed to allow 180 feet of new pipe to be installed in the area. Prior to the project, part of the road was starting to cave…

New Pipe Being Installed by Shiloh Road

By Josh Mitchell¬† Corinth Today News Editor Work continued Friday on a project to install about 180 feet of new pipe by Shiloh Road. The new pipe was needed because the old one had developed holes that allowed base material from the road to be washed away, officials have said.…