"Journey Stories of Tennessee" was presented at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center on July 28, 2010. Artists, artisans, dancers, poets, songwriters and musicians shared 35 visual pieces and seven performance pieces. The multimedia performance and art exhibition was coordinated by James Ben: Studio & Gallery Art Center in cooperation with the Nathanael Greene Museum's "Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit: Journey Stories," which concluded Aug. 7. Video by Brian Cutshall and Theresa Weems.
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Job Shadow Day at the Sun Kimberly Foulks from North Greene and Tyler Yeary from West Greene spent Friday, February 6 at the offices of the Greeneville Sun "job shadowing" reporter Amy Rose and webmaster Bill Rambo. At the end of their day they assisted in the creation of this vid...(more)
Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia A. Clark was the keynote speaker at the graduation ceremony for Greene County Drug Court participants. The program was held at the Greene County Courthouse on Jan. 19, 2012. ...(more)
The annexation of approximately 99 acres on Whirlwind Road
was approved on first reading Tuesday afternoon by the Greeneville
Board of Mayor and Aldermen, despite opposition from a large group of