With the start of the next decade comes the national census, and that count can help bring a new retailer or restaurant, additional state or federal funding or services to Greene County.
The Joint Board of Education approved a new aviation flight program for the Greene Technology Center during its meeting Thursday.
Mosheim Mayor Tommy Gregg has announced he won’t seek another term.
I was saddened to learn of the death of my high school history teacher, Bill Hughes, this week. Mr. Hughes came to our last class reunion a couple years back. It was nice to see him and he looked youthful, vigorous and still sported his infectious smile. He told me he was glad I had made som…
Bids for a utility building and options for replacement of pumps at the wastewater treatment plant will be considered Tuesday by the Greeneville Water Commission.
USDA Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest say the Hallstop Road – National Forest System Road (NFSR) No. 207 and the Hallstop Spur Road NFSR No. 207A will be closed until March 6 while work is being done on the roads.
A Greeneville physician office is celebrating its 70th year of continued practice this month by quietly emphasizing its remarkable durability and stability in the constantly changing world of American medicine.
Steve Starnes will be Greeneville City Schools director of schools for at least four more years.
Facility improvements will be made to most Greene County schools in the coming year.
The Criminal Investigations Division of the Greene County Sheriff’s Department is working to lasso those responsible for rustling 36 head of cattle last week from a Cox Hill Road farm.
The Covenant Barn at Pates Hill Manor, 5250 Pates Hill Road, is a new wedding and special events venue in Mosheim.
Brooks Malone, 3260 Asheville Highway, is sponsoring and mentoring Chuckey-Doak High School’s team in next month’s Battle of the Build competition in Johnson City.
Consumer Credit Union is inviting the community to come to its headquarters on Friday to help recognize Sam Miller at his retirement.
(Metro Creative) — The family automobile is not the only piece of equipment that requires routine upkeep to ensure it is operating properly.
COLUMBIA – The Tennessee Farm Bureau family, made up of Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee and Tennessee Farm Bureau Health Plans, has pledged a two-year commitment of $125,000 to UT Extension, a unit of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
Coach Stephen Gregg’s philosophy is if you keep playing good defense, the offense will eventually find itself.
ELIZABETHTON — Todd Wallin appeared stuck, unable to get off his back. But he didn’t stay there long enough for the referee to whistle a pin.
RUTLEDGE — Friday marked the start of the second half of the conference schedule for Greeneville and it started the same way the first half did: with a 72-58 win over Grainger.
JOHNSON CITY — The West Greene Buffaloes boys basketball team won its third straight game on Friday night, defeating Providence Academy 68-52.
SMYRNA — A strong two-year run that included two region championships and two trips to the state tournament came to end for seven Greeneville senior bowlers on Friday afternoon.
Community events announced Jan. 23, 2020.
To raise funds for their “Destination: Theatre Depot” renovation project, the Greeneville Theatre Guild is bringing the music of one of their most popular shows, “Bright Star,” back to the Capitol Theatre for a reunion concert on Friday, Jan. 31.
In her beautiful, suspenseful and timely new novel ``American Dirt,'' Jeanine Cummins succeeds in taking migration — one of the central issues of our time — and bringing it down to human size.
When my childhood home got a phone call, it was an event.
Yes, a woman can be elected president of the United States.
Compacted soil is relatively simple to fix. But when untreated, compacted soil can threaten lawns, plants and other vegetation.
In February of 2019, a beautiful, redtick coonhound mix found herself at Greene County Animal Control. Having been picked up as a stray, she waited patiently, in hopes that her owner would find her and take her back home. As the days ticked by, with no one coming to claim her, Miranda knew her days were numbered.
Backyard sheds can be useful assets. Sheds can create storage space in the garage, basement or other areas of the house that have become gathering spots for gear typically used outdoors. Sheds are ideal for housing mowers, tools and even pool-care equipment. But they can be put to other uses as well, such as being key spots to engage in hobbies or even as a child’s clubhouse.