A Greene County Criminal Court grand jury returned presentments on Monday charging Greeneville attorney Edward “Ed” Kershaw with DUI and other offenses, stemming from two incidents earlier this year.
K-9 dogs with the Greeneville Police Department and Greene County Sheriff’s Department continue to take a significant bite out of crime.
Contested races are drawing Greeneville citizens to the polls as early voting in the town’s upcoming election continues.
A Mosheim man was apprehended Wednesday after allegedly vandalizing and stealing property.
Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies.
Greene County Animal Control has responded to more than 1,400 calls in the first half of 2019.
The Greeneville Energy Authority board of directors will meet on Monday.
Comcast has announced plans to offer a new, super high-speed internet service package later this month.
The East Church Street bridge replacement will not be a quickly completed project, but the Town of Greeneville is taking steps to speed up the repair and reopen the street as soon as possible.
Signatures of more than 3,500 Greene County residents who want to see a portion of the former Greene Valley Developmental Center site used as a final resting place for veterans were delivered to the Greene County Mayor’s Office on Tuesday.
County Line Pie will soon be delighting Greene County with pizza, ice cream and baked goods made from fresh, locally grown ingredients.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Tennessee exporters “eked out” a small increase during a challenging first quarter, according to the latest “Global Commerce” trade report from MTSU’s Business and Economic Research Center.
Tusculum University announced two key hires this week.
Members of North Greene High School’s FFA team have filled their summer with agriculture-related activities.
Greene County’s U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency Executive Director Lisa Duncan announced FSA is hosting an informational meeting regarding the 2019 County Committee Election process.
The Greene County Partnership Sports Council held its annual luncheon on Tuesday at Trinity United Methodist Church with East Tennessee State Football Coach Randy Sanders as the guest speaker.
The Greeneville Reds got some big hits at the right time on Monday and paired that with top-notch pitching to take down the Kingsport Mets.
LEBANON – Former Greeneville Sun Sports Editor Claude “Tiny” Day was posthumously inducted into the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame here at a ceremony Thursday night on the campus of Cumberland University.
Greeneville football player Will Albright earned a special honor on Friday afternoon when he was invited to play in the All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas on January 4.
Greeneville High School first baseman Braden Spano has been named to the MaxPreps Medium Schools All-America Baseball Team second team.
Danielle Victoria Ricker and Bryce Cutshaw, of Greeneville, were married June 8, 2019, at Greystone Springs Farm in Greeneville.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gridley, of Greeneville, are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee State Library & Archives has launched Patriot Paths, a new project that uses Revolutionary War pension records to map the paths that these soldiers took before and after their service.
If you’re going to condemn someone else in politics, or any other walk of life, you should have your own house in order. Nancy Pelosi learned that the hard way on Tuesday as the Speaker violated House rules by accusing President Trump of sending “racist” tweets.
When we talk about people or a party being on the wrong side of history, it usually requires some hindsight, a position of informed advantage to see clearly missteps that were less clear at the time of events.
With her crowning as Miss Tennessee on June 29, Brianna Mason twice made history — as the first Miss Greene County and first African-American contestant taking top honors at the state-level preliminary to the Miss America scholarship competition.
Tortoiseshell cats are named for their distinctive coloring — a combination of patches of black, brown, amber, red, cinnamon and chocolate.