Other cities in the 731 area code include: Brownsville, Ripley, Milan, Lexington, Savannah, Henderson, Bolivar, Whiteville, Selmer, Tiptonville, Trenton, Medina, Huntingdon, Camden, Newbern, Dresden, Bells, Halls, Parsons, Alamo, South Fulton, Dyer, Adamsville, Greenfield, Ridgely, Bruceton, Troy, Bradford, Gleason, Kenton, Rutherford, Decaturville, Sharon, Atwood, Henning, Bethel Springs, Trezevant, Puryear, Michie, Big Sandy, Friendship, Middleton, Henry, Guys, Stanton, Trimble, Hornbeak, Cottage Grove, Buchanan, Cedar Grove, Counce, Dukedom, Grand Junction, Humboldt, Mc Kenzie, Milledgeville, Palmersville, Sardis, and Scotts Hill.
Jackson is the county seat of Madison County, Tennessee. Located 70 miles (110 km) east of Memphis, it has long been associated with the large city in trade. Its total population was 65,211 at the 2010 census and 67,265 in the 2012 Census estimate. Jackson is the primary city of the Jackson, Tennessee metropolitan area, which is included in the Jackson- Humboldt, Tennessee Combined Statistical Area. Jackson is Madison County's largest city, and the second-largest city in West Tennessee next to Memphis. It is home to the Tennessee Supreme Court's courthouse for West Tennessee, as Jackson was the major city in the west when the court was established in 1834.In the antebellum era, Jackson was the market city for an agricultural area based on cultivation of cotton, the major commodity crop. Beginning in 1851, the city became a hub of railroad systems ultimately connecting to major markets in the north and south, as well as east and west. This was key to its development, attracting trade and many workers on the railroads in the late 19th century with the construction of railroads after the American Civil War. Through the 1960s, the city was served by 15 passenger trains daily, but industry restructuring reduced such service and caused the loss of jobs. The economy has adjusted to new businesses, with major manufacturing in the area.Based on the 2012 estimate, Jackson is the seventh-largest city in Tennessee.
Dyersburg is a city and the county seat of Dyer County, Tennessee, in the United States. It is located in northwest Tennessee, 79 miles (127 km) northeast of Memphis on the Forked Deer River. The population was 17,145 at the 2010 census. Dyersburg and Dyer County offer many amenities including quality schools, a low crime rate, moderate climate, low cost of living, and close proximity to area recreation. Dyersburg is a regional retail, medical, employment and cultural center for more than 300,000 people who live in Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri.
Martin is a city in Weakley County, Tennessee, United States. Martin, Tennessee is named for Captain William Martin. William Martin was born in Halifax County, Virginia in 1806, and moved to Weakley County, Tennessee with his wife Sarah in 1832. Captain Martin prospered through tobacco farming and began working to establish a railroad connection in what would later become Martin in 1852. It was not until after his death in 1859 that his sons, led primarily by George W. Martin, persuaded the Mississippi Central Railroad to locate a connection with the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad in what would become Martin, Tennessee in 1872 Martin is the home of the University of Tennessee at Martin. The population was 11,473 at the 2010 census.
The 731 area code lies within the Central Daylight Time Zone (or CDT). The current time in Central Daylight Time is 1:20 AM on Apr 19, 2021.