Two young boys were killed in an early morning fire Sunday at a mobile home on Pruitt Road North.
A man working for a North Carolina-based roofing company fell through an area of the roof Sunday morning at the 3M Midway facility at 568 Midway Circle, suffering head injuries.
Blue Springs Church was filled with the music of the Civil War era Sunday afternoon during a special program to mark the 155th anniversary of the battle that bears the community’s name.
Individuals and teams of the Greeneville Emergency and Rescue Squad were recently recognized at the Tennessee Association of Rescue Squad (TARS) state convention.
Two Greeneville women were arrested Thursday on charges related to a plot to smuggle drugs into the Greene County Detention Center.
Four people received various charges including drug possession and tampering with evidence following a traffic stop Saturday on East Andrew Johnson Highway.
The condition of a woman injured after the tractor she was driving rolled over on her Friday afternoon at 654 Henard Road in Mosheim is improving.
Heather Fowler, 33, of the Henard Road address, was listed Monday in stable condition at Johnson City Medical Center.
Two children were killed in an early morning fire at a mobile home on Pruitt Road North.
Dr. James Hurley was inaugurated Friday as the 28th president of Tusculum University in a celebration of the institution's historic roots and new programs to address health care needs in the region.
Ray Crum, a longtime public servant, died late Thursday after a stroke earlier in the week.
A woman was critically injured after the tractor she was driving rolled over on her about 1:10 p.m. Friday on a farm property at 654 Henard Road in Mosheim.
Tennessee's Agriculture and Tourism commissioners visited Greene County on a fact-finding mission Thursday.
Greeneville Light & Power System celebrated “Public Power Week 2018” this past week.
Former Gov. Phil Bredesen, Tennessee Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, visited Greeneville Friday for a meet-and-greet with constituents at Stan's BBQ.
Donna Robinson travels hundreds of miles each week to get news into the hands of her customers.
In the study of the Revolutionary War, we rarely see the name of a woman and the term “soldier” connected.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee State Library and Archives has announced that Tennesseans will have free online access to the full run of The Tennessean newspaper, 1812 to present, through the Tennessean Electronic Library.
Annexation and rezoning requests will be considered Tuesday by the Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Rescue crews are on the scene of an apparent farm accident that happened about 1 p.m. on a property at 570 Henard Road in Mosheim.
Former Greene County Emergency Management Director and longtime County Coroner David "Ray" Crum died late Thursday evening at the University of Tennessee Medical Center Center in Knoxville, after suffering a stroke earlier in the week. Crum was 84.
Jim Lakins debated with himself whether to see the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial Moving Wall at Walters State Community College’s Morristown campus.
BRISTOL — Candidates disagreed on quite a few topics at the “Your Voice, Your Future” 1st District Congressional Town Hall Debate Thursday night.
Ground was ceremonially broken Thursday afternoon for the new Aubrey’s Restaurant on West Andrew Johnson Highway, making way for construction to start soon.
Post-conviction relief for a man convicted of masterminding a murder-for-hire scheme was denied by the state Court of Criminal Appeals, according to a Tuesday appellate court filing.
Multiple charges were filed against a man who allegedly intentionally got himself arrested early Thursday for public intoxication to smuggle drugs into the Greene County Detention Center, and against an inmate who was allegedly part of the conspiracy.
Funeral services will be held Saturday for Arnold “Arnie” Milburn Harmon, 73, who died Wednesday in a farm accident on a Baileyton Road property.
Greeneville police are looking for a man who exposed his genitals to a woman about 2:55 p.m. Thursday inside the Dollar General Market at 835 E. Andrew Johnson Highway.
Timothy J. Shipley, 36, of 1048 W. Vann Road, was charged Thursday by sheriff’s deputies with kidnapping and aggravated domestic assault.
The Animal Medical Center of Greeneville recently donated 23 pet resuscitation units to volunteer fire departments in Greene County. The number of pet resuscitation units donated was incorrectly stated in an article in Thursday's edition of The Greeneville Sun.
In a brief meeting on Thursday evening, the Moshiem Planning Commission approved a subdivision request for the late Bonnie Gray property.
Sheriff’s deputies are investigating vandalism committed between Tuesday and Wednesday morning at Mosheim Elementary School, 297 W. School St.
For Crystal Turner, the sudden death of her son feels like a bad dream she can’t wake up from.
A farm accident Wednesday afternoon claimed the life of a man on a property at 1553 Baileyton Road.
The Greene County Election Commission is always a hive of activity prior to elections and part of that recent work may bode well for voter turnout in the November election.
Greene County Schools could have its own specialty license plate next year.
Fire about 4 p.m. Wednesday damaged a large outbuilding used as a garage behind a house at 500 Rolling Hills Road in Mosheim.
The Greene County Commission will meet Monday to consider multiple measures.
Gubernatorial candidate Karl Dean speaks at a Greene County Democrat Party breakfast Wednesday morning at the Round Table Office Complex.
A Mosheim man suffered injuries about 7:25 a.m. Wednesday when the car he was driving crashed into the back of a pickup truck puling a trailer loaded with bailed hay.
Greeneville police are investigating the theft of nine steaks Tuesday morning from the Food City supermarket at 2755 E. Andrew Johnson Highway.
“Robocalls” often come at the most inconvenient times.
Tennessee Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III is listening.
The Greene County Commission’s Animal Control Committee will meet Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the conference room at the Courthouse Annex.
KINGSPORT — In the packed auditorium of the Toy Reid Eastman Employee Center Tuesday, Tennessee’s gubernatorial candidates participated in an easy-going debate.
Regardless of their political party affiliation, a majority of voters nationally tend to agree that the partisan divide is growing.
The suspension of admissions at Laughlin Healthcare Center was lifted Aug. 30 by the state Department of Health after corrective actions were taken at the facility.
The Town of Greeneville has not annexed property in a decade, but that may soon change.
Local law enforcement agencies will be collecting unused prescriptions and over-the-counter medications Oct. 27 as part of the National Drug Take Back Event.
The Animal Medical Center of Greeneville recently donated a pet resuscitation mask for use by all volunteer fire departments in Greene County.
Dana Nelson, 32, listed as homeless, was charged Tuesday by agents of the 3rd Judicial District Drug Task Force with sale and delivery of a Schedule II drug-methamphetamine.