The Greene County Commission postponed a vote on one resolution related to Clerk and Master Kay Solomon Armstrong’s position and passed another resolution involving her office Monday night.
A resolution to designate Greene County Attorney Roger Woolsey as tax attorney was postponed at the Greene County Commission meeting Monday until additional budgetary figures could be presented to the legislative body.
The Tusculum University Community Chorus sings the anthem, “The Heavens Are Telling” during the Community Thanksgiving Worship Service Monday evening.
Local offices and services have altered schedules this week in observance of Thanksgiving.
An 18-year-old allegedly on the grounds of Chuckey-Doak High School on Nov. 8 with a container of liquid THP was charged with possession of a Schedule VI drug with intent to sell or deliver on school grounds.
A Tusculum University alumnus was honored with the the 2018 National Book Award for poetry.
A Rogersville woman who was seen losing consciousness Monday afternoon in General Sessions Court was charged by sheriff’s deputies with public intoxication.
Jacob Phillips, 29, of 65 Lawing Road, was taken into custody Saturday in connection with an incident on Nov. 2 at the Greeneville Walmart.
Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies.
In the first local media conference call after his Nov. 6 re-election, Congressman Phil Roe said he looks forward to continuing his work in the U.S. House of Representatives.
JOHNSON CITY — Ballad Health last week announced financial results from its first operating quarter under a combined operating budget.
Bass, Berry & Sims has announced that Erica Bell Vick has been appointed to serve as chair of the firm’s Government Advocacy & Public Policy Practice Group.
MORRISTOWN — Strate Insurance Group has announced that Greene County native Kevin Wisecarver is joining the Business Insurance team as a Business Insurance sales agent.
The Greene County Partnership Agribusiness Committee’s 30th annual Farm-City Banquet will be held at the Clyde Austin 4-H Camp on Nov. 29, at 6 p.m.
Greeneville’s bowling teams defeated Dobyns Bennett on Monday afternoon.
Scoring runs in each of the first three quarters helped boost Tusculum University to a 74-48 victory over Virginia State University in non-conference women’s basketball Monday evening at Pioneer Arena.
Through the better part of three quarters on Monday, the South Greene girls looked like they were playing in their first game in eight months, which was the case.
Greeneville softball player Kelci Cantrell accomplished a dream last week when she signed a letter of intent to play softball on the college level.
Say this for the Anderson County Mavericks. Their WWE-style pregame entrance complete with rock music, masks and fireworks is a sight to behold.
Life is Mysterious by Ella Price publishes every other Tuesday in Lifestyles.
The Tuesday Book Club welcomed poet Jane Hicks as a special guest at its November meeting.
A donation from the Greeneville Noon Rotary Club is being used to purchase new saws for the Greeneville Emergency and Rescue Squad.
After two recounts — one by machine, the other by hand — after a concession speech by Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for governor, which was withdrawn and then re-delivered; after hordes of lawyers descended on the state to argue that “every vote should be counted,” including mail-i…
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With Thanksgiving and Christmas coming up fast on the calendar, individuals and families have already begun thinking about and planning for traditions associated with each of the holidays.
Off The Shelf by Erin Evans publishes monthly in Greene County's Accent.
We were so excited to get lumber delivered recently by Smoky Mountain Lumber! They brought their staff to unload the big delivery, made available to us at a discounted cost.
Dove and Grammy-winning recording artist David Phelps will bring the sounds of the season to the Niswonger Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Dec. 2.
Like the bottomless trunk totted by “magizoolologist” Newt Scamander, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” is a mixed bag of wonders.