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3 hrs ago | The Greenville Sun
BY SARAH R. GREGORY STAFF WRITER On a split vote, members of the Greeneville Regional Planning Commission approved a rezoning request for eight lots on West Main Street during their December meeting Tuesday.
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7 hrs ago | The Greenville Sun
Sun Photo by O.J. Early Two people were airlifted following an accident in Greeneville around 10 a.m., a Greeneville Police officer said.
When cold weather hits, we pull our coats and sweaters out of the closet and turn our heaters on so we'll stay warm.
Sun Photo By Sarah R. Gregory Eric Farris, center right, receives hugs from his sister, Lynn Doster, center left, and his mother, Maureen Farris, at right, as Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services responder Jamie Shetley escorts him to a waiting ambulance.
Sun Photo by Kristen Buckles The Tusculum College Jazz Band, under the direction of David Price, performs in the lobby of the General Morgan Inn on Friday evening.
Crews have rescued the stranded hiker who had been stuck near Margarette Falls since Thursday afternoon.
Rescue crews in Greeneville were able to rescue a hiker Friday afternoon who had been stranded on a ledge near Margarette Falls since Thursday.
A woman was 70 years old before she found out she had a hole in her heart, and just two weeks after a procedure she's back shooting hoops with her team.
BY SARAH R. GREGORY STAFF WRITER Meeting Wednesday, members of the Greeneville Historic Zoning Commission approved plans for a new deck to be built at 214 N. Main St. -- the Valentine Sevier house, currently under renovation.
The Town of Greeneville Parks and Recreation Department will launch its annual "Christmas In The Park" display Friday at Hardin Park.
It's a case authorities call "strange" and "bizarre"... why would someone kill a cow, with no clear motive? It's a case that's not In mid-November, authorities in Hawkins County got a call of a cow slaughtered with a large section of meat taken from the animal.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER Jury selection begins today in the U.S. District Court trial of Greeneville Dr. Anindya K. Sen and his wife, Patricia Posey Sen. Both were indicted in June by a federal grand jury on charges connected with the alleged sale and administration of misbranded drugs, which the government claims came from foreign sources not ... (more)