A man wearing pants with apparent extra loading capacity is sought by sheriff’s deputies after shoplifting items about 2:20 p.m. Tuesday from the Dollar General store at 4660 107 Cutoff.

Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies. 

Looking to add something unique to your shade garden this year? Farfugium japonicum ‘Giganteum’, commonly known as Giant Leopard plant or simply farfugium, is one of my favorite foliage plants in the gardens.

DEC. 14: East Tennessee Cattle Alliance second annual Fall Heifer Sale at 6:30 p.m. at the Greeneville Farmers Livestock Market. For more information, contact Mark Starnes at 329-7247 or Mark McNeese at 620-0611.

AFTON – The Chuckey-Doak Black Knights gave defending District 2-2A champion Grainger fits on Friday night before falling down the stretch, 60-53.

You’ve got to go back in the annals of South Greene boys’ basketball history over 15 years to find a Rebel team that started the season at 3-0 in the conference they were competing in, but the 2018-19 Rebs are at that mark after rallying past Claiborne 76-49 Friday night at the Rebel Gymnasium.

I’m not sure how I grew up in Greeneville and never knew how mistletoe grows until my daughter told me about it when she lived in South Carolina.

Before George H.W. Bush fades from memory into the darkness of history books, one more point needs to be made. It is about the contrast between how most of the major media treated him when he was president and how they mostly (but not completely) did a 180 during their coverage and commentar…

“I am a Tariff Man,” Trump tweeted last week. “When people or countries come in to raid the great wealth of our Nation, I want them to pay for the privilege of doing so. ... We are right now taking in $billions in Tariffs. MAKE AMERICA RICH AGAIN.”

It’s the time of year when many people are thinking about special gifts for their families, friends and co-workers.

Our community supports the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society by bringing us many donations of items we use daily and more, and we could not care for our homeless dogs and cats without this support.

The weight of legacy hangs heavily over “Creed II.” Not just for most of the characters, who must come to grips with their own family histories. But also for the filmmakers, tasked with making a sequel to a successful spin-off of a beloved franchise. It would put any film on the ropes. Not t…