Greeneville and Greene County Schools will both be closed Wednesday due to winter weather conditions.
Additionally, a number of businesses and offices were adjusting their hours of operation for Tuesday and/or Wednesday.
Greene County and Greeneville schools will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 29, due to the cold weather and continuing snowfall.
Greene County’s Extended School Program (ESP) at Doak and Mosheim will be canceled, and Central Office will be closed.
Greeneville’s Central Office will also be closed, but ESP at EastView Elementary School will remain open.
A number of local businesses and offices have revised operating schedules on Wednesday due to wintry road conditions.
The Greene County Election Commission closed early on Tuesday and was scheduled to reopen at 10 a.m. Wednesday, said Registrar Donna Burgner.
Offices of Greeneville Light & Power were scheduled to open at 10 a.m. Wednesday, two hours later than usual, said Director Bill Carroll.
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Weather conditions affected home delivery of The Greeneville Sun.
Circulation Director Dale Long apologized that while all papers would be delivered, some residential and business subscribers would not receive the Tuesday edition until after Tuesday.
Greene County Roads Superintendent David Weems said at about 3 p.m. that roads all over Greene County are in rough shape and likely won’t change much heading into Wednesday.
“I expect roads to be bad tomorrow,” he said. “Whatever melts will re-freeze tonight.”
He said crews will be working the rest of the day, all night and into tomorrow as they salt and plow roads.