- Officials Offer Guidance For Maintaining Mental Well Being During Outbreak
- Greene County Offices To Operate On Modified Schedule Beginning April 6
- A Party Becomes A Parade For Greeneville Girl
- 'Low Key' Approach To Stay-At-Home Order Anticipated
- Local Doctor Diagnosed With Coronavirus, One Of 16 Local Cases
- Tusculum Park Pavilion Closed; Walking Trail Remains Open
- GCS Announces Change To Meal Service, Closes Properties To Public
- YMCA Extends Closure To April 26
- TDEC To Close All 56 Tennessee State Parks
COVID-19 has touched almost every aspect of life from work to school to church and civic meetings to recreational activities to shopping and even enjoying an evening out.
Mosheim mayor Tommy Gregg will be seeking re-election to the post that he has held for almost seven years.
An Aug. 26 Greene County Criminal Court trial date was set Thursday for two men and a woman who allegedly participated in home invasion-related crimes in 2017.
The coronavirus pandemic is having an impact on most aspects of employment these days in Greene County.
Greene County offices inside the Courthouse Annex facility will begin operating on a modified schedule beginning on Monday.
Two Town of Greeneville has two meetings that have been canceled due to the lack of business originally scheduled in the upcoming week.
Bandy Road between Hartman Lane and the Newport Highway will be closed at the beginning of next week during daytime hours for sewer work.
You turn 9 years old only once in your life, and that’s a big, party-worthy event – your final birthday before you go into double digits.
Gov. Bill Lee signed an executive order Thursday requiring Tennesseans to stay home unless they are carrying out essential activities.
NEW YORK (AP) — Small businesses seeking loans through the government’s $2 trillion coronavirus relief package could receive money as soon as Friday.
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Pest Control Licensing and Advisory Board will meet by electronic means Monday at 9:30 a.m. CDT.
NASHVILLE –The Tennessee Forestry Commission will meet by electronic means April 7 at 9 a.m. CDT.
COLUMBIA — Like other businesses and families, Tennessee’s direct farm marketers, value-added agriculture entrepreneurs and agritourism operators are facing new and imposing challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak and by local, state and national efforts to flatten the curve of infections.…
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Beef Promotion Board will meet by electronic means April 9 at 10 a.m. CDT.
Matteo Miselli has been honored for a second time by Off the Block/Frisco Mo as he earned Independent Teams Freshman of the Year. The Reggio Emilia, Italy native accumulated 13 points in the voting results, alongside three first-place nods. Additionally, the outside hitter collected an All-I…
Matteo Miselli has collected another laurel in his first collegiate season as he was named to the All-Independent Team as an outside hitter on Thursday.
Tusculum University women’s basketball coach Devan Carter has been hired as women’s basketball coach at fellow South Atlantic Conference member Lincoln Memorial University.
Jimmy Jones, the educator/coach for whom the West Greene High School gymnasium is named, died over the weekend after a years-long fight with Parkinson’s Disease.
The entire state took notice on March 9 when Greeneville’s Reid Satterfield bombed Fulton for 42 points in the state sectionals.
Upcoming community announcements are published each Thursday and Saturday.
With a lot of parents facing the challenge of keeping housebound kids happy and healthy, this is the perfect time to teach kids the basics of nutrition and eating right.
Bill Withers, who wrote and sang a string of soulful songs in the 1970s that have stood the test of time, including “ Lean On Me, “ “Lovely Day” and “Ain’t No Sunshine,” has died from heart complications, his family said in a statement to The Associated Press. He was 81.
You’re stuck home with your kids and feeling sorry for yourself. How are you going to keep them busy? What about their school work? I’ve got a better story — stuck at home with 16-year old triplets.
Walking my dog Dorothy a few months ago I didn’t recognize the fellow waving from the white car until he stopped to say hello. Turns out it was Ed, a casual acquaintance, whose wave I hadn’t acknowledged because I couldn’t see him through the tinted glass.
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
Integrating work life into the home has rarely been easy, but measures to contain the virus have brought those worlds into sudden and sharp collision. Untold numbers of Americans are shifting their day jobs from offices to living rooms, spare bedrooms, kitchens and basements. This massive, unplanned social experiment can strain productivity and domestic tranquility as toddlers scurry around untended and business meetings and classes shift to noisy group video chats that resemble a checkerboard of talking heads.
A small contingent from the College of Science, Technology and Math at Tusculum University and a few other volunteers practiced environmental stewardship Thursday, March 26, by planting seedling and sapling trees and shrubs on the bank of College Creek.