Companies operating in Greene County received numerous awards and recognitions throughout the past year.
FLORENCE, Ky. — Parkway Products LLC announced in November that it acquired LMR Plastics from Leonard Industries Manufacturing LLC.
Within a matter of days, the largest anchor in the Greeneville Commons will sit empty. Since the 1990s, the Commons has been the retail center for the town. However, vacancies that plagued the shopping center in the past several years sharply increased in 2017.
Greeneville JC Penney's doors locked for the final time July 31, 2017, after the company closed that location and 137 others across the nation.
The Greene County 911 Hyper-Reach Emergency Notification System became available to the public in November 2017.
County officials continue efforts to get citizens to register their cellphones so they can be notified in the event of an emergency.
During a tough budget year, the Greene County Commission had to raise property taxes by 10 cents and pull from the reserve fund in order to balance the budget.
Plans for the long-anticipated expansion of the Davy Crockett TA Travel Center at exit 36 in Baileyton are just one component of the town’s continued growth that came to fruition in 2017.
Emergency Medical Services employees within Greene County receive significantly less than their counterparts in surrounding counties and a decision needs to be made whether to implement a better pay system or turn the EMS over to a private provider, according to a compensation study.