The calendar very much reads winter, though recent temperatures have felt more like April than February.
An active shooter alarm was accidentally activated about 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Greene County Courthouse, prompting initial concern and an immediate law enforcement response.
The Tusculum Board of Mayor and Commissioners will do some trash talking Monday night.
A 63-year-old Afton man who allegedly made sexual advances to three juveniles Saturday was charged by sheriff’s deputies with three counts of solicitation of a person under 18 years of age, indecent exposure and public intoxication.
Indivisible Greene County will host the first of a series of community forums focusing on making the region's health care system work for citizens on Thursday.
Three people suffered minor injuries in a three-vehicle crash at 5:20 p.m. Saturday on East Andrew Johnson Highway at the Route 107 intersection, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol report.
Greeneville police later located and arrested the driver of a Ford F-250 pickup truck who prompted a brief pursuit early Saturday.
A semi truck was struck by a freight train about 1:50 p.m. Friday at the Snapps Ferry Road intersection, a Greeneville police report said.
Kevin Gene Southerland, 40, 1314 Kenney St., was charged with evading arrest and issued active arrest warrants following a foot chase Saturday afternoon involving Greeneville police.
Two fire departments in East Tennessee operate ambulance services for their municipalities - Bristol and Gatlinburg.
Closely following the big changes that have revitalized the Greeneville Commons, a new restaurant quietly appeared between Pal’s and GNC in January.
Moody’s Investors Service affirmed its Baa1 revenue bond rating with a positive outlook for Ballad Health on Feb. 12, according to a press release.
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Dairy Promotion Committee will meet March 12 at the Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville, Tenn.
(Metro Creative) — The farmers of yesteryear might not be too familiar with their surroundings if they were to visit a modern farm. While the men and women who made their livings as farmers decades ago would no doubt still recognize certain farm features that have withstood the test of time,…
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP).
GRAY — The North Greene Lady Huskies opened their District 1-A tournament semifinal against Hampton with a balanced attack and never let up en route to a 61-41 win on Saturday at Daniel Boone High School.
NASHVILLE — The Greeneville Greene Devils track team finished seventh in the Tennessee State Indoor High School Championships on Saturday at Vanderbilt University.
RUTLEDGE — In just five seconds, Grace Hayes performed two of postseason basketball’s most critical tasks – rebounding and defense. Both cases resulted in baskets.
FRANKLIN — The Greeneville wrestling team had its best day ever at the individual state tournament on Saturday, and it was because of some tremendous performances by some its youngest team members.
RUTLEDGE — The West Greene Lady Buffaloes haven’t had a lot of victories this season. But when they get one, they certainly know how to celebrate.
The Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency will begin a Commodity Distribution March 13, 2020 at Greeneville Parks and Recreation at 456 E Bernard Ave. Eastview Park. Items will be distributed on a first come first served basis to income eligible households until all commodities are gone. All recipients must be residents of Tennessee.
If Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred hated baseball and wanted to destroy it, he wouldn’t be acting any differently. America’s pastime needs new leadership, stat.
David Carroll, a Chattanooga news anchor, is the author of “Volunteer Bama Dawg,” available on his website, ChattanoogaRadioTV.com. You may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 900 Whitehall Road, Chattanooga, TN 37405
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
Human society is literally built on soil. It feeds the world and produces vital fuel and fiber. But most people rarely give soil a second thought.
The Vivacious Voyager, written by Amy Laws, publishes every other week in Accent.