A Greeneville woman was killed about 5:25 p.m. Monday when the car she was driving went off the 2600 block of West Allens Bridge Road and struck a telephone pole.
Greeneville Light & Power System’s newest substation is getting closer to going on line.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol will conduct sobriety roadside safety checkpoints during the week of Feb. 3 on state routes 70 and 172 in Greene County.
A Midway woman told sheriff’s deputies that at least six gunshots were fired, possibly at the car she was driving, about 3:45 a.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of Fox Road in Chuckey.
The Greene County Election Commission had rescheduled its regular monthly meeting in February to Feb. 3.
To help people enjoy the benefits of their days off, the Tourism Department of the Greene County Partnership is encouraging everyone to “Plan for Vacation 2020.”
A Bulls Gap man died Sunday morning on state Highway 70 near Gap Creek Road after he lost control of the pickup truck he was driving and was ejected, a Tennessee Highway Patrol preliminary crash report said.
Six pets died in a house fire Friday afternoon that damaged a house at 320 West Hills Drive in Mosheim.
Gunshots heard on Poncho Road Saturday prompted investigation by the Greene County Sheriff’s Department and led to several arrests on a variety of charges. Office Saul Mancha charged Carolyn Hope McDaniel, 19, of Little Hollow Way, with resisting arrest and violation of a stop, halt and fris…
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.
WINGATE, N.C. — Tusculum University second baseman Daulton Martin has been named to the NCAA Division II Preseason All-Southeast Region first team as selected by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.
BRISTOL — Behind a game-high 27 points and 20 rebounds from Ava Clark, the Nolachuckey Lady Blazers defeated the Ottway Lady Eagles 46-18 in the Class A Area 3 tournament semifinals at Volunteer High School on Monday.
The West Greene boys played tough on Monday night, but they could not get the shots to fall late which caused them to fall to Cherokee.
As is usually the case with any young team, the Greeneville Lady Greene Devils are having an up-and-down season.
SALISBURY, N.C. — Taisha DeShazo converted a three-point play with 30.2 seconds left as Catawba College eked out a 53-52 victory over Tusculum University in South Atlantic Conference women’s basketball action Saturday at Goodman Gymnasium.
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The Greeneville Christian Women's Club's "New Years" luncheon was held at noon on Jan. 17, at the Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
A book by Rep. Elijah Cummings, nearly finished in his lifetime and worked on by his widow after his death, will be published this summer.
It shouldn't be news that John Bolton can attest to a White House scheme to pressure Ukraine on investigations.
In the current partisan environment, Tennessee Republicans and Democrats agree on very little. On just about every policy issue of the day – guns, taxes, health care, foreign policy – they’re typically in opposite corners.
The Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation announces their 15th annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on Saturday, Feb. 1, from 7-9 p.m.
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.