The job of combining two separate hospitals into one most certainly doesn’t come without its challenges.

With the hospital merger happening in Greeneville, Tammy Albright, the CEO of Takoma and Laughlin hospitals, says she and her transition leadership team have been working hard to iron out any issues that arise and make the process continues as smoothly as possible.

Tennessee is one of 15 states that do not offer tax credits as incentives for rehabilitation of of historic buildings. But, there will be legislation introduced in the upcoming session of the state’s General Assembly to change that fact.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol continues an investigation into a four-vehicle crash with multiple injuries about 2:50 p.m. Sunday on West Main Street near Ricker Avenue.

Matthew Christopher Cutshaw, 30, was charged shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday by Greeneville police with drug possession offenses following a traffic stop on Snapps Ferry Road at Forest Hills Drive.


Between April and October, each Saturday evening in Elizabethton finds sidewalks in the core of its downtown filled with people and the streets lined with cars.

The civil lawsuit filed in 2017 by local district attorneys general naming pharmaceutical companies that allegedly contribute to East Tennessee’s opioid addiction epidemic is slowly advancing through the courts.

With the partial federal government shutdown stretching to nearly four weeks, local officials are trying to help keep up with missing federal services.

I was living in South Georgia back in the early ‘90s managing a business for a Maryland corporation. Each morning an older black gentleman would come to work driving an old Ford pickup, and right in the middle of the front bumper was a Confederate flag tag.

I’ve received several comments regarding my Jan. 5 column on Confederate renegade Samuel “Champ” Ferguson, a Kentucky-born Tennessean who once was a scout for Gen. John Hunt Morgan and who was hanged after the war for commission of war crimes.


NASHVILLE (AP) — Republican political newcomer Bill Lee on Saturday took the oath of office as the 50th governor of Tennessee, vowing not to solely look to government as the solution to the state's most pressing challenges.


Currently 90 percent of children in Greene County under the age of five receive a free book each month through the Imagination Library program.

With that many children registered, the Greene County Imagination Library has achieved high performer status.


The new range master for the partially-open Greene County Hunter Education Range is former Greeneville Police Chief Terry Cannon.

A Greystone community man who may have accidentally shot himself in the leg about 9:30 a.m. Thursday in his W I Bowman Road home was airlifted to Johnson City Medical Center for treatment.

Due to an error at the newspaper, a quantity of Aldi sale circulars for Jan. 23 was incorrectly distributed in the Wednesday, Jan. 16 edition of The Greeneville Sun.

WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced Wednesday that many Farm Service Agency offices will reopen temporarily in the coming days to perform certain limited services for farmers and ranchers.

The Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD) has received recognition of its programs to improve the quality of life and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

Diesel prices are falling and experts report they could remain low throughout the year.


The Greeneville Municipal Airport Authority has started the new year with a focus on planning for the future and setting the facility on the path toward self sufficiency.

A man was charged with public intoxication and drug possession counts Wednesday afternoon after Greeneville police were called to the Lowe’s Home Improvement store on East Andrew Johnson Highway.

Scotty Garrett, 44, of 25 Dyer Road, was taken into custody Wednesday by sheriff’s deputies and charged with filing a false report.

Questions about the status of a planned dog park were raised during Tuesday’s Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting by members of Indivisible Greene County.

A woman who allegedly led sheriff’s deputies on a vehicle pursuit Tuesday before wrecking the truck she was driving is charged with felony evading arrest and other offenses.


“What do you want for lunch?” seems like a simple question. But for school cafeterias, it’s a significant shift.


Forty people from 25 countries took the oath of allegiance to the United States on Friday.

Three people charged in connection with a home invasion early Sunday that resulted in injuries to a man had first appearances Monday in General Sessions Court.