Brumley’s Expressions, a new boutique now open at 1884 Asheville Highway, is owned and run by Debbie Cutshaw Tweed and Ashley Tweed Davis.

LGM Enterprises, parent company of North Carolina-based flyExclusive, a provider of private jet charter travel, has acquired Greeneville-based Sky Night LLC, according to a news release.

Amidst last month’s rain and at times, “blizzard” conditions, Tammy Kinser, Tourism Director for the Greene County Partnership was featured on a panel for the 2020 Hospitality TN Blizzard Conference in Nashville.

Tim Chester and Roger Lane recently joined Bryan’s Barber Shop, 112 Austin St. Chester is a licensed master originally from Mccomb, Mississippi, and a Tusculum University alumnus. Lane is a licensed master barber and Greene County native.

Nick Rideout has joined Greeneville Real Estate and Auction Team, 210 W. Summer St. as an affiliate broker. Rideout has lived in Greeneville since 2011. Having completed the required licensing process with the Federal Aviation Administration, he also owns Nick Rideout Photography, providing …

Jarden Zinc Products, based in Greeneville, has changed its name to ARTAZN LLC, and its parent company has changed its name from Jarden Process Solutions to a Jadex Inc., according to a news release.

Ballad Health Medical Associates OB/GYN and Women’s Health, formerly Women’s Center of Greeneville, recently opened its new facility at 1424 Tusculum Blvd.

Century 21 Real Estate LLC recently recognized Century 21 Legacy of Greeneville and several of its agents with awards, according to a news release.

CENTURY 21 Legacy, headquartered in Greeneville at 93 N. Rufe Taylor Rd., was named winner of the Platinum and Five Star awards by Cartus Broker Services for outstanding performance in employee relocation assistance in 2019.

State Farm Agent Jaron Snoeyenbos, 2560 E. Andrew Johnson Highway, is donating two food items on the Greeneville Community Ministry’s top needs list for every new auto insurance quote, according to information provided by Snoeyenbos.

Melody Dunn, senior recruiter for Chattanooga-based Covenant has been named one of three finalists for Transport Topics’ Recruiting Professional of the Year award. The award recognizes recruiting and retention professionals who have excelled in their field.

The Greeneville Sun newsroom has undergone some changes recently. The news team has added three new members whose names will all be familiar to regular readers.

Still Waters Antiques, a new antiques mall sharing the Signs Plus building at 708 E. Church St., features a variety of antiques and vintage items, and owner Kritter Malone said she especially loves to see customers find things that take them back to their childhood.

As the new year approaches, the Rural Resources Farm & Food Education Center is beginning a new program to help residents start or expand entrepreneurship. The organization is partnering with Co.Starters and AccelNow and will hold a nine-week course to help people develop and fine-tune i…

Three local Food City Employees have been recognized by the grocery chain for their volunteerism. They now have an opportunity to advance, with one of the chain’s employees ultimately being receiving the Claude P. Varney Humanitarian Award.

Longtime Consumer Credit Union President and CEO Sam Miller will retire effective Dec. 31, Royce Graham, chairman of the credit union’s board of directors, announced in a news release.

Andrew Johnson Bank has earned a “5-Star Superior Rating” from bank rating firm BauerFinancial, its highest rating for financial strength and stability, according to a news release.

This Saturday is the 10th Annual Shop Small Saturday sponsored by American Express. This event was started 10 years ago on the Saturday after Thanksgiving to encourage shoppers to bring more holiday shopping to local small businesses.

A ceremonial groundbreaking for a major auto dealership expansion at 1055 W. Andrew Johnson Highway occurred last week as Gateway Ford Lincoln Nissan launched what owner Lennie Lawson described as more than a physical expansion.

Imagine you are a business traveler or tourist staying tonight at the General Morgan Inn. You look out your window and see hundreds of little ghouls and goblins roaming the downtown sidewalks in search of treats. If that traveler steps out to Main Street, she would notice the bright lights o…