A Wednesday morning fire heavily damaged a home at 16 Kelly Drive in Tusculum.
After numerous comments and passionate views expressed by both sides, a majority of the Greene County Commission voted Tuesday against a resolution opposing local refugee resettlement.
The average inmate count was down slightly in 2019 from 2018 at the Greene County Detention Center and Workhouse.
A law firm with expertise in school funding legal action has been retained to further investigate options for the Town of Greeneville to obtain funds officials assert its school system is owed from Greene County’s education debt service.
The Greene County Board of Education will consider a proposal for the district to participate in the Comprehensive Instructional Program for Upper East Tennessee at Thursday’s meeting.
The Kiwanis Club of Greeneville will host Short Stacks for Big Change on Saturday at Fatz Southern Kitchen located on East Andrew Johnson Highway. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. The adult breakfast includes pancakes, sausage, fruit and a beverage, while the children’s bre…
Additional signage for the Billy Endean Edward Jones office was approved Tuesday by the Greeneville Historic Zoning Commission.
A male German shepherd in the habit of visiting the McDonald’s restaurant on Speedway Lane in Bulls Gap was reported stolen Tuesday morning by its owner, sheriff’s Deputy Toby Price said in a report.
The Mosheim Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet for its regular monthly meeting following a called Beer Board meeting.
The second George Clem Commemorative Night, in conjunction with the Greeneville High School basketball teams’ games against Daniel Boone High School and Martin Luther King Jr. Day, was Monday.
Capital projects for a number of schools will be considered Thursday by the Greene County Board of Education.
Ballad Health announced Monday that elective surgical operations across the health system will resume as normal, following a previously announced recall of surgical supplies by Cardinal Health.
Sheriff’s deputies continue an investigation into the theft of 36 head of cattle reported Friday from a property in the 1700 block of Cox Hill Road.
The Greeneville Board of Education will consider renewal of the director of schools’ contract approving the replacement of the gymnasium at Hal Henard Elementary School and on Thursday.
A new program of study in aviation at the Greene Technology Center will be considered Thursday by the Joint Board of Education.
A driver who struck a power line support cable about 10 a.m. Monday outside Aunt Bea’s Restaurant on Tusculum Boulevard was charged with driving under the influence-3rd offense.
The Greeneville Energy Authority Board of Directors will hold a planning session Wednesday to discuss future operational needs and a goals for the Greeneville Light & Power System.
A man reported Monday to a sheriff’s detective that he received a bad check for $15,609 in July 2019 in payment for corn and soybean seed.
The need for eye care services in Greene County was put into sharp focus Saturday during the vision clinic held at Greeneville Community Hospital East.
Greene County Animal Control officers were busy in 2019, answering a higher number of calls and picking up more animals than the previous year.
The emerald ash borer has killed a staggering 90% of ash trees in Greene County’s portion of the Cherokee National Forest, officials said recently.
A warming shelter at the Opportunity House will remain open through Wednesday due to the forecasted cold temperatures over the next few days.
Energy delivery company Enbridge this week awarded a $5,500 Safe Community Grant to the Fall Branch Volunteer Fire Department.
Greeneville police charged a man who allegedly fired at least four gunshots Saturday night at a car occupied by a three people, including a 2-month-old infant, with three counts of aggravated domestic assault.
Summer Paige Feather, 22, listed as homeless, was charged Friday afternoon by Greeneville police with two counts of felony child neglect or abuse after officers did a welfare check on two young children in the parking lot of the Food City supermarket on East Andrew Johnson Highway.
Skye Blue Cameron, 40, of 147 N. Sunset Street, was charged early Sunday by Greeneville police with sale and delivery of a Schedule II drug and other offenses following a traffic stop in the 1700 block of East Andrew Johnson Highway.
Additional charges were filed by the Tennessee Highway Patrol against a Morristown man involved in a head-on crash Friday afternoon on Newport Highway that injured a 2-year-old child and the other driver.
Oscar Gilberto, 23, of Elwood Drive, Morristown, was charged about 9 p.m. Sunday by Greeneville police with driving under the influence following a crash at East Andrew Johnson Highway and Lafayette Street.
The vanishing way of life exemplified by the characters in the much-loved PBS television series Downton Abbey experienced a brief resurgence Sunday in downtown Greeneville.
A fire that started in a flower pot about 12:30 a.m. Monday damaged the siding and porch of a house at 642 Sioux Trail, sheriff’s Deputy Adam Weems said in a report.
A warming shelter will open beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Opportunity House, 205 N. Irish St., according to the Greeneville-Greene County Office of Emergency Management.
Fire Saturday afternoon destroyed a double-wide mobile home at 460 Rader Lane, off Old Kentucky Road West.
The flow of methamphetamine continues unabated from a pipeline that begins in Mexico, passes through major cities like Atlanta and finds its way to the streets of Northeast Tennessee, members of the Greene County Anti-Drug Coalition were told Thursday.
A resolution opposing refugee resettlement in the local community will be considered Tuesday by the Greene County Commission.
With Martin Luther King Day just ahead, the timing seems good to write about a particular African-American man, and one of his sons, both of them influential musicians more of their fellow Tennesseans should know.
Ballad Health is postponing non-emergency, elective surgical procedures on Monday and Tuesday as a measure to preserve needed supplies following an FDA advisory to halt use of materials from a nationwide vendor.
Methamphetamine was responsible for the fifth-most overdose deaths in 2017 among drugs in the southeast region of the U.S. that includes Tennessee, according to a report released last year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The spring-like weather, teasing East Tennesseans with warm afternoons and tolerable nights, is about to end.
The establishment of a municipal emergency medical service will be considered Tuesday by the Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Karen Hardin is the winner of The Greeneville Sun’s “Home for the Holidays Sweepstakes.”
A couple years back, a lady called me asking what I knew about the cave behind an old building in Greeneville. What I knew was absolutely nothing. I had heard stories about a cave over in that direction in Greeneville, but nothing so concrete or compelling that I went looking for it. A lot o…
Free training on administering naloxone will be offered from 5:30-6:45 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, at the Greene County Health Department, 810 W. Church St.
A preliminary hearing for a Greene County woman charged with driving under the influence after crashing her car into a school bus on Oct. 29 was continued this week until April.
A 2-year-old boy and two adults were injured in a head-on crash about 12:30 p.m. Thursday on Newport Highway.
Another step in bringing a new business to the Greeneville Municipal Airport has been achieved.
Ballad Health, Remote Area Medical, the Greene County Health Department and local optometrists and opticians are coming together on Saturday to help people in need receive free eye care.
The Greeneville City Schools Education Foundation has two events on tap for Feb. 1 to provide a fun evening for fathers and daughters as well as mothers and sons.
Jonathan Scott Jones, 37, of 45 Raders Sidetrack Road, was charged Wednesday night by sheriff’s deputies with aggravated assault and drug possession counts.