Veterans’ service does not end once their military commitment is over, it continues in their home communities.
Greene County’s overtaxed juvenile justice system will benefit from a $4 million grant recently awarded to Frontier Health and five other agencies by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
Three men from North Carolina were charged with theft related charges after allegedly shoplifting from two different stores in Greene County on Saturday.
A homeless man was charged Friday with possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia after acting erratically and offering employees marijuana inside the McDonald’s on Asheville Highway.
Two people were charged with numerous offenses after fleeing from a Greene County Sheriff’s Deputy Friday.
Eight tires were slashed on two sport utility vehicles about 7:45 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of the Lighthouse Assembly of God Church, 2445 W. Andrew Johnson Highway, Greeneville police Officer Bruce Wright said in a report.
A 2013 Ford Fiesta was reported stolen Thursday from Crestview Terrace Apartments, according to a report from the Greeneville Police Department. The vehicle was valued at $7,000.
The Tusculum Planning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 145 Alexander St.
Settlements covering three civil lawsuits filed in 2014 relating to the construction of a double pipeline connecting US Nitrogen to the Nolichucky River were reached last week.
Co-Starters, a program new to Greeneville and Greene County aimed at helping business owners find success, was celebrated last week.
Frontier Health has announced the retirement of President and CEO Teresa M. Kidd and that its board has named her successor.
With a growing hemp industry, state and federal regulators are trying to play catch-up.
Six North Greene High School Future Farmers of America members attended the National FFA Convention Oct. 23-27.
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – Top-ranked Young Harris College advanced to the third round of the NCAA Division II men’s soccer tournament with a 2-1 victory over Tusculum University on Sunday afternoon in a Southeast Region semifinal match.
The Andrew Johnson Bank Ladies’ Classic will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year, and tournament planners have announced the teams and first round pairings for the event, which will start on Wednesday, Dec. 26, at Hal Henard Gymnasium.
High school football playoffs continue Friday night with the Greeneville Greene Devils hosting the Sullivan South Rebels in Class 4A and the South Greene Rebels hosting the Oneida Indians in Class 2A in second round games. Greeneville is looking to extend its winning streak to 27 games, whil…
Make no mistake, Greeneville’s 49-7 win over Sullivan South in the second round of the playoffs on Friday night was the latest in a long line of blowouts for the Greene Devils.
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – Georgios Charkoutsakis scored the go-ahead goal with 6:10 left in the second half as Tusculum University rallied for a 3-2 win over Queens University of Charlotte in an NCAA Division II men’s soccer tournament first-round game Friday night.
In case you haven’t noticed, the election is over. Let me re-phrase that. THE ELECTION IS OVER!
It is perhaps the central irony of our politics today: We live in an incredibly polarized and partisan moment, but our political parties have never been weaker.
Love Your Health is published every other Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
The Garden Gate by Sherrie Ottinger publishes each Wednesday in Greene County's Accent.
The Greeneville-Greene County Humane Society depends on donations to operate. We are so grateful for all the items provided by our community, because they help us to save lives!
A Greeneville girl will be part of Dollywood’s main theatrical presentation this Christmas season.
So Disney has gone ahead and made a Christmas movie from “The Nutcracker.” Is this what we’re doing now? We’re making big Hollywood movies from 19th century ballets? Anyone have any fresh ideas at all? Talk about low-hanging fruit: It’s a sugar plum.