- National Guard Armory Collecting Protective Personal Equipment Supplies
- Christian Women's Club Cancels Events
- Greene County Records 8th Coronavirus Case, Officials Urging Actions To Not Accelerate Spread
- Coronavirus Cases Stay Steady At Eight For the County
- Greene County BOE Approves COVID-19 Measures, Adds Meal Site
- Greeneville City BOE Approves Final Gym Floor Design
- Police, Courts Work To Keep Inmate Count Down
- Goodwill Tenneva Announces Temporary Store Closures
- COVID-19 Spurs Plea For Social Work Candidates
I’ve never been in law enforcement, but I’ve always perceived that profession as one many people could not handle well because of the level of toughness required. I’m thinking less of physical toughness than of the psychological variety.
As we delve into another presidential election year, I am hearing folks say that they can’t wait until it is over. That was the consensus in 2016, but the trash talking just seemed to get worse. In fact, it has only escalated moving into the 2020 election. The only good thing to come out of …
Recycling by residents and local businesses has helped Greene County continue to exceed the state-required level of reduction in the solid waste disposed of in landfills.
A man parked Thursday night near the Greeneville Municipal Airport who attempted to flee on foot from sheriff’s deputies was charged with methamphetamine possession and other offenses.
The Tusculum Volunteer Fire Department assisted in extinguishing a fire early Friday that destroyed a double-wide mobile home at 339 Stockton Road, near the Greene County line.
The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) is seeking businesses to help fight COVID-19 by donating any of their new, unused protective equipment supplies.
The number of coronavirus cases in Greene County remained steady with eight on Friday.
The Greene County Board of Education met on Thursday evening, with board member Minnie Banks attending via video, to hear a report about the ongoing meal services for children and vote on multiple items related to COVID-19 that were added to the agenda in an addendum.
With its mayor predicting that uncertainty about the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on sales tax revenues will likely require a “revisit” of budget figures in coming weeks, Mosheim passed, on first reading, its estimated budget for the new fiscal year beginning July 1 of this year t…
NASHVILLE (AP) — Inside a warehouse for MooTV, a live video production company in Nashville, the floor-to-ceiling shelves are lined with row after row of video screens, cables and rolling cases that normally would be out on the road with Brad Paisley, Chris Stapleton or Dierks Bentley. At on…
NASHVILLE — While the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, Tennessee’s farms remain an ideal source for fresh and local produce, dairy products, and meats, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture said in a news release.
Greeneworx, formerly The Mulch Pit, is open under new ownership at the existing location of The Mulch Pit, 2900 W. Andrew Johnson Highway.
The rapidly deteriorating health of the financial markets is being driven by a contagion of fear and uncertainty about a global pandemic that’s infecting the economy in ways that seemed unfathomable just a month ago.
Local banks are taking steps to limit personal exposure of employees and customers in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The entire state took notice on March 9 when Greeneville’s Reid Satterfield bombed Fulton for 42 points in the state sectionals.
The North Greene girls came into this season with high hopes after advancing to the state sectionals the year before and returning four starters from that team.
ROCK HILL, S.C. — Former Tusculum University football All-America and Academic All-America tight end Dr. Jarrell NeSmith has been named to the 2020 induction class of the South Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame announced league officials Wednesday.
ROCK HILL, S.C. — Tusculum University distance runner Nicole McMillen has been voted the South Atlantic Conference Women’s Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year, the SAC office announced Tuesday. Voting was conducted by the league’s head coaches.
Basketball season is not over in Tennessee.
Upcoming community announcements are published each Thursday and Saturday.
With so much of the U.S. workforce — and their families — now cooped up at home to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, it's not a huge surprise that home internet is showing the strain.
Kristen Bell is hosting a Nickelodeon special with a "kid's-eye view" of the coronavirus pandemic to address youngsters' concerns and help families weather the crisis, the channel said Friday.
President Trump can’t do right by some critics no matter what he does. For three years he’s been denounced as a reckless authoritarian, and now he’s attacked for not being authoritarian enough by refusing to commandeer American industry. The truth is that private industry is responding to th…
A colleague stuck his head in my office the other day and said he’d been struck by an analogy: how the response to the novel coronavirus is like the reaction in those old science fiction movies that depict alien invasions — people putting aside their differences and coming together to defeat…
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
At The Shelter provides weekly updates and information about adoptable pets from the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society.
The following events at Tusculum College have been postponed until further notice.