Opening statements and prosecution testimony begins today in the Greene County Criminal Court trial of Erick Eugene Jones Jr.
The annual "Greeneville and Greene County Day for Kids," a family event for the community, is Sunday from 2-5 p.m. at Hardin Park.
The 23rd annual Antique Farm and Auto Show featured antique farm tractors and equipment, classic cars, craft vendors and more.
A Greene County Sheriff’s Department K-9 turned a traffic stop into a sizable drug bust Saturday.
Greeneville police are investigating the theft of a pickup truck between Saturday night and early Sunday from a property in the 100 block of King Drive.
Stephen S. Winslow, 32, of 1218 Robinhood Road, was arrested by the Greeneville Police Department on Sunday for domestic assault. According to a warrant, Officers responded to a State Street address and found Winslow sitting on the back porch, bleeding from his hand. The officers determined …
Point and counterpoint. So goes the highly contentious lawsuit involving Greene County Clerk and Master Kay Solomon Armstrong on one side and Greene County on the other.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is continuing work toward improvements to the 11E Bypass in Greeneville with preliminary design work later this fall and public meetings next year.
Greeneville-Greene County Community Ministries is asking people to donate any extra produce they gather from their gardens.
As Hurricane Florence makes its way inland, Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III and Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak encourage consumers to be alert to potential price gouging that could occur.
Appalachian Sustainable Development is seeking mentors for 2019 and expanding its Farmer and Rancher Mentoring program.
Consumers now have a way to know that their milk comes from Tennessee dairy farms with the new official Tennessee Milk logo.
The 2019 Big Spring/University of Tennessee Extension Greene County Master Gardener classes begin Feb. 18, 2019, and continue through April 15.
TOBACCO/ANNUAL CROPS: Administer soil tests for 2019 tobacco fields and other crops now. Report any possible tobacco loss to insurance company before final harvest.
Evan Jonathan Pierce, of Greeneville, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association.
ROCK HILL, S.C. – Tusculum University’s Jordon Shippy and Joe Defatta have been named South Atlantic Conference Football Players of the Week. Shippy was named the Offensive Player of the Week while Defatta garnered Special Teams Player of the Week for a second consecutive week.
After a rough start on Monday afternoon, the North Greene volleyball team had to look for a way to reenergize itself. Once it did, it was able to earn a hard-fought win over West Greene.
Logan Witt led all players with 19 kills to pace the Queens University of Charlotte women’s volleyball team to a 25-17, 25-9, 20-25, 25-23 South Atlantic Conference win at Tusculum University on Saturday.
The Greeneville soccer team’s offense never seemed to wake up on Saturday morning, and as a result it fell to Dobyns-Bennett 1-0.
CANTON, N.C. – Greeneville quarterback Cade Ballard completed 18 of 23 passes for 221 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Greene Devils to a 41-7 win over the Pisgah Black Bears at Pisgah Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
Dorothy Lee McCoy Daugherty, of Greeneville, is celebrating her 100th birthday.
The 95th annual Gray family reunion was Aug. 12 at Kinser Park.
Grandfather Mountain’s annual Creatures of the Night & Bonfire Delight, a nighttime event that features fun and spooky stories told by firelight, along with rare after-dark tours, returns Sept. 29.
I write about the state of the news media from time to time, at least from my point of view. In case you haven’t noticed, my profession ranks somewhere around telemarketers and meth dealers in public trust surveys.
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Many people with a history of heart attacks or strokes or with several other health issues are put on special diets or are told to reduce their sodium intake.
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If you are a fan of Neil Simon, a lover of good comedic theatre, or a connoisseur of ‘60s vintage clothing and appliances, Greeneville Theatre Guild’s production of “Barefoot in the Park” directed by Laura Dupler needs to be on your calendar.
Music, food, cars, crafts and fun will all be part of the 2018 Cedar Creek Days celebration set for Saturday, Sept. 22.
Two years ago, Marcus King was a 20-year-old kid with big dreams.