Brooklyn LeAnne Tweed and Trevor Lynn Hensley, of Greeneville, were married Sept. 15, 2018.
Little Theatre of Greeneville is the focus of a new exhibit opening Wednesday at the Greeneville Greene County History Museum.
Greene County Farm Bureau Women recently gathered for their District Fall Meeting and their September meeting.
Friends of the Greeneville-Greene County Public Library members and the public are invited to meet teacher and author Julia Hensley Sunday at the group’s annual meeting.
Members of the Nolachuckey Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution gathered at the DAR house Sept. 15 for the annual Regents Tea.
The annual Heritage Day Festival will be Saturday, Oct. 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Bogart-Bowman Cabin in Unicoi.
Community events announced Oct. 13, 2018.
Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson, of Greeneville, are celebrating their 62nd wedding anniversary Oct. 14, 2018.
Descendants of William Simpson Purgason and James Thomas Purgason gathered for their first reunion Aug. 25 at Brown Springs Baptist Church's Family Life Center.
Jonesborough Repertory Theatre will present the world premier of the newest Jones Hope Wooten comedy, "The Wild Women of Winedale." The show runs Oct. 26 through Nov. 11.
Tusculum University instructor Frank Mengel will present a lecture Tuesday about Alaska’s involvement in World War II.
Victoria Smith and Dalton Barnes, of Chuckey, are engaged to be wed Oct. 13, 2018.
The deadline for tax-exempt groups and organizations to apply for grant funding from the Mary G. K. Fox Foundation is Jan. 31, 2019.
On Sept. 15, members of the 1958 class of Baileyton High School gathered at Britton's Hilltop for their 60-year class reunion.
The Chuckey-Doak High School class of 1963 gathered Sept. 29 for its 55th class reunion.
Community events announced Oct. 11.
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The inaugural Greene County Honor Guard Poker Ride is Saturday.
Shelby Day, of Murfreesboro, and Coty Vannoy, of Murfreesboro, formerly of Chuckey, are engaged to be wed Nov. 4.
American Legion Post No. 64 recently installed a plaque on its Honor Wall in memory of the late James O. Hamilton, a World War II U.S. Army veteran.
Sherrie Ottinger, "The Dirt Girl," was guest speaker at the most recent meeting of the Newcomer Club of Greeneville.
Community events announced Oct. 8.
The 25th annual Stories from the Pumpkin Patch is from 4-8 p.m. Saturday at Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site in Johnson City, featuring crafts, hayrides, storytelling and more.
The Greeneville Christian Women's Club's "Standing Tall" luncheon was Sept. 21 at Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Community events announced Oct. 1, 2018.
The Miss Greene County Scholarship Pageant is Saturday at 7 p.m. at The Capitol Theatre of Greeneville, 104 S. Main St.
Eastside Garden Club members met Sept. 4 on the lawn of the Doak House Museum at Tusculum University for annual clean up of the herb garden and to replant for spring 2019.
Community events announced Sept. 29, 2018.
Under The Marquee by Andy Ross prints monthly in Lifestyles.
Visitors are being welcomed to Morganton, North Carolina, to trace the steps of the heroic Overmountain Men in the struggle for independence during the annual Revolutionary War Days celebration Saturday and Sunday.
Pine Grove United Methodist Women held their monthly meeting Sept. 4 in the church fellowship hall.
The 39th annual Blue Ridge Pottery Show and Sale will be held in conjunction with the Unicoi County Apple Festival Friday and Saturday, Oct. 5-6.
The Brown Bag Book Group’s Oct. 17 discussion will be on Elizabeth Kostova’s 2017 novel, “The Shadow Land.”
Mr. and Mrs. Clemmis Stills, of Greene County, are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
Greenie T-Balls, handmade ornaments sold to raise funds for nonprofit organizations and veterans for the last nine years, are being sold again this season to benefit the Greene County Honor Guard and South Greene High School Academic Club.
Members of the Greene Herb Society learned about bee-friendly herb gardens during their Sept. 10 meeting.
Community events announced Sept. 27, 2018.
Michael Lee Reed and Hannah Marie Reed, of Mosheim, announce the birth of a son.
Marriage licenses issued recently at the Greene County Clerk’s office.
Alexandria Jasmine Neeley, of Johnson City, and Zackery Aaron Bennett, of Gray, were married May 19, 2018.
The St. James Neighborhood Watch Committee is hosting a community block party Sunday in cooperation with the Greene County Sheriff's Department.
Kaylin Lawson and Roger Jennings, of Greeneville, are engaged to be wed Oct. 6, 2018.
The September meeting of the GFWC of Tennessee Greeneville Woman’s Club was busy for members working on a shoe collection project and completing ornaments for the club’s upcoming Holiday Bazaar.
KINGSPORT — LampLight Theatre will host Festival on Broad Saturday on Broad Street in Kingsport.
JONESBOROUGH — Create Appalachia’s “Create-A-Stir” series will feature chef and writer Susan Crowther at Eureka Inn on Main Street in Jonesborough Sunday.
The Unicoi County Apple Festival Cooking Contest is Friday, Oct. 5., as part of the annual Apple Festival.
UNICOI — The annual Pinnacle Trail Challenge and Hunger Hike is set for Saturday in Unicoi County.
Rebecca Shelton Bowers, of Chuckey, and Winfred Gerald Solomon, of Greeneville, were married Sept. 1, 2018.
The Andrew Johnson Women’s club held its September brunch Sept. 11 to welcome the newest members and new slate of officers for 2018-19.
Members of the 1958 class of St. James High School gathered Aug. 31 for their 60th reunion.
Appalachian Journey Farm is welcoming the public to meet its inquisitive, unique alpacas Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 29-30, as part of National Alpaca Farm Days.
The Baileyton High School classes of 1956, 1957 and 1958 reunited during the Baileyton Days celebration at Baileyton Elementary School Saturday, Sept. 8.
Community events announced Sept. 22, 2018.
Schedule of upcoming events at the Roby-Fitzgerald Adult Center.
Jonesborough Repertory Theatre will hold auditions for its "1940s USO Christmas Show" Monday and Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Charlene “Charlee” Iona Ferris Palm, of Greeneville, celebrated her 90th birthday Sept. 14.
The Westside Garden Club met at the home of President Carol Allen-Oglesby on Sept. 10.
Entries are being accepted for the Miss Unicoi County Apple Festival Pageant planned for Saturday, Sept. 29, at the Unicoi County High School Auditorium.
The Chuckey-Doak High School classes of 1960-67 gathered Aug. 25 for the annual "Summer Knights" reunion at Buckthorn, the home of Sam and Juanita Dobson.
Youth Builders of Greeneville and Greene County 911 are again planning to help children throughout the community through the 911 Emergency Training Program and by distributing dictionaries provided by the Niswonger Dictionary Project.
The McDonald High School class of 1967 met Sept. 8 for its 61st class reunion.
Descendants of Charlie and Minnie Hensley Davis held their annual reunion and covered dish meal Aug. 18 at David Crockett Birthplace State Park in Limestone.
The Conduff and Seaton family reunion was Saturday, Sept. 1, at Campground Church of God's Hooten Hall.
Community events announced Sept. 19, 2018.
The Doak High School class of 1958 recently gathered to mark its 60th reunion.
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Carly Jeannette Payne and Glade Davies Ricart, of Hope Mills, North Carolina, were married Aug. 11, 2018.
Exchange Place Living History Farm will welcome autumn at its annual Fall Folk Arts Festival Sept. 29-30.
Dorothy Lee McCoy Daugherty, of Greeneville, is celebrating her 100th birthday.
The 95th annual Gray family reunion was Aug. 12 at Kinser Park.