Like millions around the world 50 years ago today, current Tusculum resident Walt Stone watched the first step of a human onto the surface of the moon on his home television.
Less than 24 hours after the incident, Greeneville police were filing arrest warrants late Friday against a man suspected of pulling the trigger in a shooting that wounded another man.
Guzzle more water and blast the air conditioning.
When out and about in Greeneville I am asked, “Are you the new Bob Hurley?” or “Did you take Bob Hurley’s place?” I always answer, “Nobody can replace Bob Hurley, certainly not me.”
My late father, a pastor who preached in smaller rural Baptist churches in Middle Tennessee, had a quality that I’ve noted previously and will always appreciate as I remember him: his ability to see the humor in most life situations.
With seven days of early voting completed, 368 people have cast ballots in the Greeneville municipal election.
A man who led sheriff’s deputies and police officers from two counties on a chase is recovering in a hospital after the pursuit ended in a crash.
The Tusculum Board of Mayor and Commissioners Meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday has been cancelled due to lack of business.
Greeneville police are investigating a shooting Thursday night.
Greeneville police seek the public’s help in uncovering details about an overnight shooting Thursday that left one person injured.
County Commissioner Clifford E. “Doc” Bryant won’t have to go to jail for ignoring federal court orders on a 23-year student loan debt after paying a lump sum to federal officials Thursday.
The Greene County Fair will kick off on Monday for its 70th season, though with several changes from previous years.
Three Greene Countians were indicted Monday on charges related to a plot last October to introduce drugs into the Greene County Detention Center
The lowest vote total thus far for a week day was recorded Thursday in the early voting for the Greeneville municipal election.
Work continues to have a new call system for Greene County 911 operational by the end of the month.
The Greene County Trustee's Office will be closed for the part of the day on Tuesday.
A report published in The Greeneville Sun on Wednesday should have stated that Baileyton police issued a warrant against Rodney Alonzo Vault on charges of public intoxication and simple possession of Schedule VI and II drugs.
Open seats were scarce in the Capitol Theatre auditorium Thursday evening for a performance by Greene Countian Brandon Rohr.
A Greene County Criminal Court grand jury returned presentments on Monday charging Greeneville attorney Edward “Ed” Kershaw with DUI and other offenses, stemming from two incidents earlier this year.
K-9 dogs with the Greeneville Police Department and Greene County Sheriff’s Department continue to take a significant bite out of crime.
Contested races are drawing Greeneville citizens to the polls as early voting in the town’s upcoming election continues.
A Mosheim man was apprehended Wednesday after allegedly vandalizing and stealing property.
Greene County Animal Control has responded to more than 1,400 calls in the first half of 2019.
The Greeneville Energy Authority board of directors will meet on Monday.
Gov. Bill Lee on Tuesday brought his Department of Children’s Services Commissioner and news of a $100,000 state DCS grant to the groundbreaking of a new Isaiah117 House in Greeneville.
Comcast has announced plans to offer a new, super high-speed internet service package later this month.
The East Church Street bridge replacement will not be a quickly completed project, but the Town of Greeneville is taking steps to speed up the repair and reopen the street as soon as possible.
Signatures of more than 3,500 Greene County residents who want to see a portion of the former Greene Valley Developmental Center site used as a final resting place for veterans were delivered to the Greene County Mayor’s Office on Tuesday.
The Town of Greeneville has been awarded a state grant to fund a survey of properties within the local Historic District that can help better identify those that significantly contribute to that district.
When Get Healthy Greene, a volunteer-based group of wellness-minded individuals working to encourage healthy habits among their fellow Greene Countians, started planning a spring physical activity challenge, they were hoping to get 50 to 100 people to sign up.
Early voting in the Greeneville municipal election continues with almost 250 people casting their ballots in the election thus far.
Chuckey-Doak High School will host its annual Back-to-School Beautification Day on Saturday.
It was clear Monday that the Greene County Commission supports citizens’ rights to bear arms, guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
A post-conviction appeal bid by a former Greeneville businessman sentenced to serve an 18-year prison term on tax evasion and money laundering convictions was denied last week by the Tennessee Appellate Court.
The Greene County Commission on Monday approved a resolution that could help solve funding issues for the local 911 Emergency Communications District.
Last month marked the second wettest June on record in northeast Tennessee.
The reality of domestic abuse is an open secret, and is a tragedy present in Greene County just as it is in almost any other community.
Anyone who ever has passed by 119 Fairgrounds Circle in Greeneville has seen an unobtrusive, neatly kept and fenced single-level building complex with a colorful, well-furnished playground area outside, often with children enjoying play and recreation under the careful supervision of adult s…
Dispatchers from the Greeneville Police Department are now working alongside their counterparts at the Greene County 911 call center on Union Street.
The body of a man who went missing while swimming about 5:30 p.m. Saturday in the Nolichuckey River was recovered Sunday afternoon by searchers “very close to where he was reportedly last seen,” a Greene County Sheriff’s Department news release said.
More than 120 ballots have been cast so far ahead of the Aug. 1 Greeneville Municipal Election.
The Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will consider the next step Tuesday in the process to replace the bridge on East Church Street.
Summer activities are in full gear at David Crockett Birthplace State Park with a variety of activities scheduled for the remainder of the month including history tours, a junior ranger camp and educational programs.
A man and woman were charged with drug possession and sale counts after Greeneville police investigated a report about possible drug activity early Sunday morning at the Andrew Johnson Inn, 2145 E. Andrew Johnson Highway.
An investigation continues into the cause of an overnight house fire at 20 Stone Dam Road in Chuckey that claimed a man’s life.