Published March 13-27, 2021, Benchmarks is a six-section annual edition of The Greeneville Sun, reflecting events of the preceding 12 months. Section A is devoted to Business & Industry; Section B, Government; Section C, Agriculture; Section D, Health & Education; Section E, Communit…

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Faced with adapting to the coronavirus pandemic, Main Street: Greeneville and the Greeneville Parks & Recreation Department partnered together to host a fun Halloween event in a year when both of their traditional events would not be possible due to recommended social distancing precauti…

A passionate but peaceful crowd turned out June 1, 2020, to protest racial inequality, police brutality against African-Americans and the death of George Floyd while emphasizing the need for harmony between all people. About 150 people waved signs and chanted slogans during the rally organiz…

More than 150 people gathered for a peaceful and passionate rally July 1, 2020, at the Greene County Courthouse and other areas in downtown Greeneville, with many holding signs and chanting. After the rally, many participants marched up and down Main Street with their signs and chanting.