Three people charged in connection with a home invasion early Sunday that resulted in injuries to a man had first appearances Monday in General Sessions Court.
The Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation is currently accepting public nominations for the CORE (Commit, Optimize, Reinvest, & Equip) Champion Awards.
Sections of McKee Street will be closed during the next two months for the completion of a major sewer rehabilitation project.
A Fall Branch woman was charged Monday night for her alleged role in assisting a fugitive following a joint investigation by Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents and the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
A wood-burning stove may have been the source of a fire shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday that destroyed a single-wide trailer at 140 Mountain View Drive in Mosheim, a sheriff’s department report said.
The Greeneville Hiking and Cycling Club will sponsor two bicycling safety classes in upcoming weeks.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will conduct driver license roadside safety checkpoints during the week of Feb. 3 on on Blue Springs Parkway.
A number of items will be discussed Wednesday by the Greeneville Municipal Airport Authority.
The Greeneville Water Department will be conducting sewer smoke tests in two areas on Wednesday.
Apex Bank continues its growth in Greene County after shifting one of its Greeneville branches to a renovated building.
Three Greeneville Food City employees have been recognized by the company for their volunteerism efforts in the community.
According to MagnifyMoney, ratings posted by Eastman Credit Union mobile app users has earned ECU a first-place designation among the nation’s top 100 banks and credit unions.
KNOXVILLE — Producers of landscape trees, shrubs, vines and perennials, all of which are known as nursery crops, are poised to adopt an industry-wide change that will benefit all of society.
Bryce Buchanan and Reid Satterfield each scored 11 points to lead the Greeneville Greene Devils to a 70-56 win at Cocke County in boys basketball on Monday night.
Boyd Sports has announced that Robert Willis will be the assistant general manager of the Greeneville Reds.
The Greeneville boys bowling team left little doubt about who was the better squad on Monday afternoon at Olympia Lanes in their state sectional contest with Bearden.
The Greeneville wrestling team won the Ed Cressel Classic in Bristol over weekend. The Classic consisted of 24 teams from Virginia, Tennessee and West Virginia.
JOHNSON CITY – Tusculum University high jumper Guillaume Devries was named the Men’s Field Athlete of the Meet at the East Tennessee State University Invitational on Saturday after provisionally qualifying for the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Life is Mysterious by Ella Price publishes every other Tuesday in Lifestyles.
Greene County Fairest of the Fair 2018 Bailey Cheek will leave for Nashville Wednesday to compete in the state-level Fairest of the Fair Pageant Friday.
The Watauga Valley Railroad Historical Society and Museum will sponsor a train excursion on the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad on Saturday, March 30.
Tickets go on sale on the historical society’s website, www.wataugavalleynrhs.org, Tuesday at 6 p.m.
When you receive your paycheck and look at the withholding for federal, state and sometimes city taxes, along with Social Security and Medicare, you probably don’t think you’re underpaying governments and want them to take more.
The wonderful thing about Donald Trump’s presidency (I never thought I’d begin a column this way), is that he brings us back to basics.
When pets are lost or found, knowing what to do is important to get the pet reunited with their owner.
Pets available for adoption at the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society.
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.