A man working for a North Carolina-based roofing company fell through an area of the roof Sunday morning at the 3M Midway facility at 568 Midway Circle, suffering head injuries.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greeneville and Greene County recently received individual and program awards during Tennessee Area Council meeting.
Individuals and teams of the Greeneville Emergency and Rescue Squad were recently recognized at the Tennessee Association of Rescue Squad (TARS) state convention.
Two Greeneville women were arrested Thursday on charges related to a plot to smuggle drugs into the Greene County Detention Center.
Four people received various charges including drug possession and tampering with evidence following a traffic stop Saturday on East Andrew Johnson Highway.
The condition of a woman injured after the tractor she was driving rolled over on her Friday afternoon at 654 Henard Road in Mosheim is improving.
Heather Fowler, 33, of the Henard Road address, was listed Monday in stable condition at Johnson City Medical Center.
Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies.
Two children were killed in an early morning fire at a mobile home on Pruitt Road North.
Ray Crum, a longtime public servant, died late Thursday after a stroke earlier in the week.
A woman was critically injured after the tractor she was driving rolled over on her about 1:10 p.m. Friday on a farm property at 654 Henard Road in Mosheim.
Much anticipated construction activity at the Aubrey’s Restaurant site will begin soon.
Realty Executives East TN Realtors is planning its second annual Shop with a Realtor event.
Greeneville attorney Jeffrey M. Ward has become a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in North America.
The University of Tennessee Gardens in Knoxville is going to the dogs for a Howl-O-Ween Pooch Parade and Pet Expo.
JOHNSON CITY – Following Saturday’s 26-23 win at The Citadel, the East Tennessee State University football team climbed in the national polls released on Monday.
MORRISTOWN – Tusculum University freshman Mike Bevacqua carded an opening-round 73 in his collegiate debut on Monday and is one shot out of the lead at the Walters State Fall Classic at The Country Club of Morristown.
For the 10th consecutive season, the South Greene volleyball team will be participating in the state tournament.
A week ago Sunday, the Tusculum University football team had a come-to-Jerry meeting, as in coach Jerry Odom unleashed a tongue-lashing on the Pioneers that might have made Nick Saban blush.
Brooklyn LeAnne Tweed and Trevor Lynn Hensley, of Greeneville, were married Sept. 15, 2018.
Little Theatre of Greeneville is the focus of a new exhibit opening Wednesday at the Greeneville Greene County History Museum.
Greene County Farm Bureau Women recently gathered for their District Fall Meeting and their September meeting.
About 10 years ago, I got a notice from “the city,” informing me that effective immediately, my family should begin separating and sorting the recyclables from our trash.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley surprised virtually everybody last week when she announced she’d be resigning from her post at the end of the year.
The Scarecrows of Main are back on watch, and downtown visitors are again being asked to vote for their favorites in the ninth annual Main Street: Greeneville contest.
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Following the release of their new EP, “Coordinates,” The Band Perry has launched a 17-city tour to showcase their electronic pop direction.
The Firehall Glass Studio in Greeneville is celebrating Tennessee Craft Week with an open house.
The 2018 "Bark For Life," a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society, will be held Saturday, Oct. 20 at Hardin Park.