A family that lost everything in a house fire Saturday morning needs help from getting back on its feet, United Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jay Wihlen said Sunday.
More than 300 World War II veterans across the country will soon be receiving letters from Greeneville Middle School students thanking them for their service.
"Gifts for Kids was presented a grant Thursday evening by the Speedway Children's Charities during the "Night of Smiles" at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
One person was injured about 6:10 p.m. Friday in a crash involving a car that struck the back of a trailer hauling hay in the 2400 block of Erwin Highway.
Everett Junior Cutshaw, 49, 545 Joe Ball Road, Chuckey, was charged about 10 p.m. Saturday by Greeneville police with driving under the influence-3rd offense, child endangerment and other offenses.
A three-vehicle crash involving a bus just before 7 p.m. Friday in front of the Greeneville Walmart on East Andrew Johnson Highway resulted in suspected minor injuries to three people.
Mosheim and Baileyton will contribute funding toward the county 911 and the central dispatch project, 911 Board of Directors Chairman Tim Ward said Thursday.
Back when I was 14 and 15 years old, one of my favorite television shows was the western series “Alias Smith & Jones.” It was a fairly light-weight “buddy western” obviously meant to build on the popularity of the film “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” right down to featuring actor B…
The fifth annual Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation 5K Turkey Trot will be Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 28, starting at Greeneville High School’s Burley Stadium and winding through downtown.
An application for the Crescent School building to be added to the National Register of Historic Places will be reviewed Tuesday by the Greeneville Historic Zoning Commission.
SumiRiko-Tennessee was recognized for its efforts that resulted in more efficient and environmentally friendly compressed air system with a cover story in an industry magazine.
Eleven North Greene High School Future Farmers of America members recently attended the 92nd National FFA Convention & Expo, held Oct. 28-Nov. 2, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
NASHVILLE – From vegetable growers and livestock producers, to agritourism operators and farm artisans, farmer veterans can be found throughout all types of agriculture in the Volunteer state.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Kudzu and emerald ash borer are widely known examples of an invasive plant and an invasive insect, respectively, that cause harm to native plants. Their effects are obvious in landscapes. Not so well known are the invasive pathogens that are quietly decimating small, littl…
NASHVILLE– Despite the cooler temperatures, mosquitoes are still active in Tennessee. The state veterinarian is confirming a case of mosquito-borne West Nile virus in a horse in Robertson County.
CLINTON – Greeneville’s defense turned out to be its best offense on Friday night.
DECATUR – For the third year in a row, South Greene saw its football season come to an end at the hands of Meigs County.
Last week, the Nolachuckey girls basketball team beat Sullivan Gardens 49-11.
When Greeneville travels to Anderson County for a second round football playoff game on Friday night, it will be the third time this season the Devils will play a high-caliber opponent on the road.
The Tusculum Pioneers close out the 2019 campaign this week as the Sons of Davy Crockett make the 50-mile trek to Jefferson City to take on arch-rival Carson-Newman University at Burke-Tarr Stadium. Kickoff from Mossy Creek is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Federal lawmakers should follow the lead of Washington and at least 17 other states in raising the age of legal sale for vapor and tobacco products to age 21.
(True confession: I wrote this column thinking for sure that Thanksgiving was this week. I never even looked at the calendar. It just seems like it’s time, you know? Then my wife mentioned that the holiday was “late” this year, on Nov. 28. I said, “Too bad, I already wrote the column.” That’…
A girl from Walkertown and a boy from South Greene embark on a two week long journey to Europe. It sounds like the start of a joke, but for my wife Chelsey and I, it was reality — a long anticipated vacation in September.
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.