Joyce Louise Malone, 40, was charged about 3:10 a.m. Monday by Greeneville police with possession of a Schedule II drug and possession of drug paraphernalia after an officer on patrol saw a woman passed out in a pickup truck in the parking lot of Days Inn, 935 E. Andrew Johnson Highway.
The new Greeneville Municipal Airport Authority is hitting the ground running as it faces a full agenda Wednesday, May 23.
Presentation of the first draft of the FY19 budget will be considered by the Greeneville Water Commission will meet 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 22.
A man and woman were charged Sunday morning with drug possession counts and other offenses following a traffic stop by Greeneville police in the 500 block of Tusculum Boulevard.
Decisions between buying food or paying housing or medical bills continues to be an issue for some in Greene County, despite the improving economy, according to a study released Wednesday by Feeding America. In Greene County, the food insecurity rate is 13.5 percent and 9,230 people are defined as food insecure, according to the national “Map the Meal Gap 2018” study by Feeding America, a nationwide network of 200 food banks.
The Greeneville School System will provide a summer meal program that is free for children 18 years of age and younger starting after Memorial Day.
A Greeneville man who stabbed another man in the neck more than two years ago entered a guilty plea Friday to attempted second-degree murder in Greene County Criminal Court.
Registration is open through May 22 for the Greeneville-Greene County Library's summer reading program.
Democratic candidate for Governor Craig Fitzhugh will return to Greene County Monday for a breakfast in Baileyton.
Greene Young Life is partnering with Bart Hartsell and his long-drive friends to host the Tennessee Shootout and Pro/Am Golf Tournament this year.
The Greeneville baseball team advanced to the Class AA state tournament for the second time in program history with a 4-2 win over Pigeon Forge in the state sectionals on Saturday.
The Greeneville Devils’ soccer team had to fight through a lot adversity on Saturday in the Class AA state sectionals. But at the end of the day, the result was the same as it had been for the last sectional game played at Burley Stadium.
ELIZABETHTON – 13 proved to be unlucky for the North Greene Huskies on Friday.
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Roberts Furniture & Mattress Gallery, is marking its 40th anniversary this month, and is inviting the public to join the celebration next Friday, May 25.
Codell Construction of Winchester, Kentucky, has been selected as the general contractor for the new Chick-fil-A facility on the Tusculum campus in Greeneville.
For the 19th consecutive year, the Tri-Cities Airport Authority has been awarded a certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.
Two historic Greene County family farms are now part of the Tennessee Century Farms Program, administered by the Center for Historic Preservation at MTSU, and are being recognized for keeping continuously owned family land in agricultural production for at least the last 100 years.
Beef cattle and tobacco producers can make plans to attend the Tobacco, Beef and More Field Day hosted by the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crain, of Telford, celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary Thursday, May 17, 2018.
Cara Hixson has been awarded a $1,000 Greeneville Arts Council scholarship.
Ellen Taylor, of Greeneville, will celebrate her 99th birthday May 22, 2018.
For three decades, a unique program has drawn kids to the stage to learn literature, performance and valuable life skills.
The Garden Gate publishes each Wednesday in Lifestyles Accent.
Lifestyles Editor Sarah R. Gregory reflects on an amazing year of Lifestyles Accent.
Two stages at the 24th Annual Iris Festival May 19-20 in downtown historic Greeneville will provide non-stop entertainment during the hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
There is one perfect moment in "Breaking In " that one goes to see a movie like "Breaking In" for, and it comes relatively early on.
If you keep up with United States presidents, you may have noticed a common thread in our nation’s 240-year history.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, the Democrat from Minnesota, uttered a forlorn sentiment at a Center for American Progress conference. She said Democrats can't spend all their time bemoaning President Donald Trump's existence, and that her voters care more about soybean exports than Russian bots.