Authorities are actively seeking a suspect in the Oct. 2 slaying of a man beside the Celebrity Coin Laundry.
Every family and every community has a story - and thanks to a number people sharing photos, school records, marriage licenses, and newspaper clippings to name a few, the story of the Greene County’s African-American Community is being preserved.
Recent South Greene High School graduate Nicole "Cheyenne" Floyd is training for a possible full-time position at a Marathon Market in Greeneville, a milestone she has reached with the help of the local Tennessee Rehabilitation Center.
Sheriff’s deputies seek a man who allegedly repeatedly rammed a car with his truck early Saturday morning after arguing with the victim.
A man seen walking in and out of traffic about 11:30 p.m. Sunday in the 2700 block of East Andrew Johnson Highway was charged by Greeneville police with indecent exposure and other offenses.
An Afton man who had five pounds of marijuana and loaded guns in his vehicle was taken into custody Thursday by a Tennessee Highway Patrol Interdiction Plus trooper.
Investigation of three people apparently passed out in a car at Dunkin Donuts Friday evening ended in drug and other charges for a Greeneville man.
Incident reports filed by local law enforcement agencies.
The Greene County Health Department will host a free Naloxone training session from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, at the health department, 810 W. Church St.
Quick action by both fire and police authorities as well as neighbors in the early morning hours Sunday resulted in a series of fires in the Marshall Lane area to be quickly extinguished. A Greeneville man has been arrested on charges of arson in relation to the fires.
JOHNSON CITY – Three Tusculum University leaders, who are making their mark on education at early stages in their academic careers, have earned a special distinction from a local business publication, the university said in a news release.
First Tennessee Bank hosted a women's conference on Oct. 3 at the General Morgan Inn focusing on financial management and planning for life events.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadelphia jury on Tuesday awarded $8 billion in punitive damages against Johnson & Johnson and one if its subsidiaries over a drug the companies made that the plaintiff’s attorneys say is linked to the abnormal growth of female breast tissue in boys.
NEW YORK (AP) — Lego is looking to keep its plastic bricks out of the trash.
Brooke Radcliffe scored in the fourth minute and Danielle Breen finished with 10 saves as Tusculum University beat Wingate University 1-0 in South Atlantic Conference women’s soccer action Sunday afternoon at Pioneer Field.
Ameen Stevens rushed for 112 yards on 19 carries and three touchdowns to lead eighth-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne University to a 38-14 South Atlantic Conference victory at Tusculum University on Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Field.
The Tusculum women’s volleyball team defeated Coker in three sets while setting a new match-high and an all-time record on Friday night.
KNOXVILLE – Knox Catholic scored 35 points in the first quarter and all its points in the first half en route to a 49-7 win over the West Greene Buffaloes on Friday night.
After two straight weeks of football games that went right down to the wire, the first a loss to bitter rival South Greene and the second a last-minute rally to beat Unicoi County, maybe Chuckey-Doak just didn’t have that fire in their bellies that they exhibited the previous two Friday nights.
JOHNSON CITY — East Tennessee State University’s Wind Ensemble and Concert Band will perform in concert on Thursday.
JOHNSON CITY — A number of East Tennessee State University faculty and musicians, along with several community organizations, have been instrumental in organizing and bringing to fruition an upcoming celebration of Appalachian music.
As I write for this week’s Greene County’s Accent, I can’t help but feel very blessed with all the support that you give to the Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society. It is because of your support that we are able to care for many homeless dogs and cats in Greene County.
JOHNSON CITY — The choral ensembles of East Tennessee State University’s Department of Music will open their fall concert season with a “Choral Collage” on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church.
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