Andrew Johnson, who had just completed a turbulent term as president, made his way home to Greeneville 150 years ago this week.
The body of a 32-year-old man was found Saturday morning in Clear Creek off the 800 block of Smith Mill Road in Chuckey, according to a sheriff’s department report.
Work continues on building space that will house the new Niswonger College of Optometry at Tusculum University.
A Hawkins County man and a Hamblen County woman were taken into custody Sunday by sheriff’s deputies who investigated a call about two people asleep inside a car that was possibly stolen.
Marcus Trey Scalf, 18, was taken into custody Sunday night and charged with aggravated assault.
Chance Allen Johnson, 22, has a first scheduled appearance Monday in General Sessions Court after being charged Friday afternoon by Greeneville police with driving on a suspended license and served an active arrest warrant for aggravated assault.
Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies.
Continuing construction activity around the Walters State Community College campus downtown will result in temporary lane closures through Friday.
More flooding is possible this spring, according to the National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration.
Last week I put out a plea to be informed by any knowledgeable person of where the location of Jonesborough’s “Hangman’s Hollow” is. That place is, according to the book “Jonesborough: The First Century of Tennessee’s First Town,” by the late Paul Fink, the area where hangings took place in …
Greeneville’s Forward Air Corporation is planning to buy FSA Logistix, a “final mile” supply chain company whose services include home delivery of large appliances and furniture, commercial equipment delivery and appliance/equipment installation.
Editor’s Note: This is the first installment of “Partnership Notes,” a periodic update on what’s happening at the Greene County Partnership.
The Greene County Partnership has named Krista Collier the Green Coat Ambassador of the Year for 2018.
The Greene County Partnership Tourism Department’s 11th Antique Appraisal Fair and Show, slated for Saturday at Greeneville High School, will offer experienced appraisers from all walks of antiquing, officials said.
JEFFERSON CITY – Jarel McDade went 5-for-8 with eight RBI on the day as the Tusculum University baseball team swept a South Atlantic Conference doubleheader at Carson-Newman University on Saturday.
JEFFERSON CITY – The Carson-Newman University baseball team rallied with three runs in the eighth inning and held off a late rally in the ninth as the Eagles edged visiting Tusculum University 4-2 Friday afternoon at the Silver Diamond Complex in South Atlantic Conference play.
While the Iditarod wrapped up just over a week ago in Nome, Alaska and the hundreds of canine participants are now taking it easy in the frozen north, there were plenty of Huskies found racing around the baseball diamond on Friday at North Greene.
Greeneville High School was faced with the tough task of replacing a two-time state championship coach when girls soccer coach John Eiskamp announced he was retiring in January.
DALLAS – Tusculum University’s Charles Hall has been named the NCAA Division II National Pitcher of the Week as selected by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA).
PINEY FLATS — Rocky Mount State Historic Site will present its annual Wooly Day on April 13 along with its inaugural Garden Arts Festival.
Tickets are available for the April 28 ‘Royal Tea’ to benefit Greene County Schools.
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett has announced the 2019-2020 edition of the Tennessee Blue Book will be dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote.
Eighty-three-year-old rockabilly pioneer Jerry Lee Lewis suffered a stroke recently, and had to postpone his upcoming concert dates. His doctors say he will recover, and he plans to resume touring when his health permits. I sure hope he does.
“... t’was grace that brought me safe this far” — from “Amazing Grace”
Question: How many towns in Northeast Tennessee have their own Argentina-born advocate who voluntarily devotes himself to promoting and publicizing his adopted community on digital platforms available almost everywhere?
The Tourism Department of the Greene County Partnership will host its 11th Antique Appraisal Fair and Antique Show Saturday, March 23, at Greeneville High School.