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.

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.

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.

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.

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Jim Lakins debated with himself whether to see the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial Moving Wall at Walters State Community College’s Morristown campus.

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.

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.

Sheriff’s deputies are investigating vandalism committed between Tuesday and Wednesday morning at Mosheim Elementary School, 297 W. School St.

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For Crystal Turner, the sudden death of her son feels like a bad dream she can’t wake up from.

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.

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.

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.

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.