Grab a hot beverage and cozy up to a warm fireplace.
Stanley Eric Mossburg, charged with murder in the October deaths of a man and woman in Florida and the killing of a man in Greeneville, appeared Wednesday for a status hearing in a Florida court.
Resolutions regarding solid waste disposal, revisions in mobile/manufactured home regulations and support for state legislations TennCare reimbursements for ambulance services will be considered Monday by the Greene County Commission.
The first day of winter is Dec. 21, and the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office and National Fire Sprinkler Association urge Tennesseans to remember fire safety this winter to help reduce home fires.
The Greeneville-Greene County Regional Solid Waste Planning Board has a brief agenda when it meets Tuesday.
Five people were taken into custody on drug-related charges Nov. 26 following an investigation by the 3rd Judicial District Drug and Violent Crime Task Force.
Chad Mitchell Jennings, 38, of 151 Cabe Court, was charged Wednesday night by Greeneville police with felony possession of a firearm and possession of a Schedule II drug after officers investigated a suspicious persons call in the parking lot of a Fairgrounds Road laundromat.
A truck that struck barriers put up by a road construction crew about 12:25 p.m. Wednesday on Erwin Highway along the bridge at Pleasant Hill Road blocked traffic until the scene could be cleared, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol preliminary crash report.
Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies.
Durham-Hensley Health and Rehabilitation will host a Christmas Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Three local Food City Employees have been recognized by the grocery chain for their volunteerism. They now have an opportunity to advance, with one of the chain’s employees ultimately being receiving the Claude P. Varney Humanitarian Award.
Effective Jan. 1, the firm of Bryce Holder in Boone North Carolina, will join Blackburn, Childers and Steagall, according to a news release. Holder plans to work part-time through at least 2022.
The Tennessee Pest Control Licensing and Advisory Board will meet Dec. 17, at 9:30 a.m. CST in the conference room of the Holeman Building at Ellington Agricultural Center, located at 424 Hogan Road in Nashville.
The Greeneville Devils defeated the Chuckey-Doak Black Knights 24-3 in bowling on Wednesday at Olympia Lanes.
AFTON – Chuckey-Doak coach Sam Broyles knows his Black Knights can’t afford to get comfortable with any lead.
The Greeneville boys had no problem scoring on Tuesday evening as they ran the floor, hit from deep and powered home buckets around the rim to capture a win at South Greene.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Tusculum University women’s basketball team has climbed into a tie for fourth in the latest D2SIDA Division II Southeast Region poll, through games of Dec. 8.
The Greeneville boys and girls bowling teams split conference matches with Cherokee on Monday afternoon at Olympia Lanes. The Greene Devils’ boys won 21.5-5.5, while the Lady Devils fell 19-8.
Greene County Honor Guard recently presented Walmart No. 680 a plaque of appreciation for its continued support after providing the group the opportunity to conduct its annual sale of remembrance poppies.
In late November, winners of the Miss Historic Greeneville and Miss Greene County titles were crowned to continue on to compete for the title of Miss Tennessee in 2020. Outstanding Teen winners were also selected and will compete for the title of Miss Tennessee’s Outstanding Teen at Gallatin…
Westside Garden Club members met recently to continue their more than 25-year tradition of decorating Dickson-Williams Mansion for Christmas.
Civility gets a bad rap these days.
With the signing of a bill on Nov. 25, President Donald Trump put into law the first major, widespread federal ban on animal cruelty — a bipartisan effort known as the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act.
Saturday was filled with holiday activities at David Crockett Birthplace State Park including a visit from Santa and the Crockett Christmas event.
Santa’s elves have been hard at work, pitching in to help our shelter dogs and cats by providing generous donations including dog and cat food, cat litter and cleaning supplies.
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.