The cast of Columbia Artists' traveling production of The Wizard of Oz shared the stage with 11 Greeneville elementary school students at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center on Oct. 24, 2011. The youngsters portrayed multiple parts, including the ever-popular Munchkins. An NPAC spokesman said that the one-night performance drew an audience of more than 900, close to the capacity of the center, with "more children than have probably ever been at a single performance at the NPAC." The student-actors discuss the play in this video by Brian Cutshall.
Astros Season Finale Congratulations to GreenevilleMarketplace.com winners, including a winner of the Tex & Tess Coloring Contest who got to throw out a first pitch and the winner of the O' Say Can You Sing contest, who led the crowd in "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" befor...(more)
Taste of Greeneville More than 300 persons enjoyed the
samples of food and drink on Tuesday evening offered from 17 local restaurants and drink vendors at
the General Morgan Inn for the 20th annual "Taste of Greeneville." ...(more)
Ken Earl Receives Military Honor, Four Decades Later Ken Earl, 70, of Greeneville received his long-overdue Air Medal on June 14, 2012, in a ceremony conducted by U.S. Rep. Phil Roe (R-Johnson City) on June 14, 2012, at offices of The Greeneville Sun. Earl earned the military honor 42 years ago in Vietnam, ...(more)