A man, whose identity has yet to be confirmed, died in a house fire over the weekend on Bright Hope Road.
Criminal charges are pending in connection with a crash about 10:55 p.m. Friday in Washington County near the Greene County line that took the life of an 18-year-old Limestone woman.
Everywhere there is a toy - dolls of all shapes and sizes, bright-colored cars and trucks, basketballs, stuffed animals of all shapes and sizes, Star Wars toys, books, puzzles, headphones, and hundreds of bikes.
First responders using a rope pulley and basket system hoisted an injured woman to safety early Sunday after her pickup truck rolled down a 30-foot embankment off Erwin Highway near the Nolichucky River bridge.
It is easy to overlook the struggles many around us endure day to day — some of them ones that strain resources and make the basic needs of life difficult to meet.
Two women were charged early Sunday morning with possession of a Schedule VI drug-marijuana and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.
James L. Gilland, 34, 1310 Old Snapps Ferry Road, Chuckey, was charged Saturday with violation of an order of protection, according to a warrant filed by the Greene County Sheriff’s Department. Gilland was charged after being in the residence with a child that an order of protection forbids …
Kids, parents and pooches enjoyed the snow Sunday in a variety of photos submitted by GreenevilleSun.com users.
An elderly Greeneville man died in a house fire discovered Saturday afternoon on Bright Hope Road.
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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Adams Publishing Group, The Greeneville Sun’s parent company, has announced the purchase of two newspaper companies in Wisconsin.
Alexandra Duckworth, of Greeneville, has been named as a new junior member of the American Angus Association.
The Southwest Virginia Angus Association conducted its 46th annual “More For Your Money Sale” in October.
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.
Big sculptures and even bigger dreams: That is the driving force for Jerry Little, owner and craftsman of Little’s Concrete to Life business, located on 511 N.Main St.
The North Greene boys trailed almost the entire first half and traded the lead nine times in the second half. But with three seconds left, Brandon Malone secured the win at the free throw line.
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.
North Greene’s defense was suffocating on Friday, giving up nothing easy and leading the Huskies to a win at West Greene.
What we have here before us is the final stat sheet for the Greeneville Greene Devils’ second straight 15-0 state championship season.
Shelby Lee Day, of Murfreesboro, and Coty Osborne Vannoy, of Murfreesboro, formerly of Chuckey, were married Nov. 4, 2018.
Baileyton High School class of 1959 met for its 59th reunion in September.
Visitors are invited to ring in the New Year Tuesday, Jan. 1, for the first sunrise of 2019 atop Grandfather Mountain.
One of the funniest episodes of the old TV show “Happy Days” involved super-cool Fonzie having to admit he was wrong about something. He couldn’t even say the word. “I was … wrrr … ” He just couldn’t do it.
On the last night of the Republican National Convention in 1988, the candidate sought to impart to the country a vision of the America it could be.
The Andrew Johnson Woman’s Club of Greeneville hosted its annual Holiday Tour of Homes on Sunday afternoon.
Love Your Health is published every other Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
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…
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.