Sun Photo By Sarah Gregory Volunteers with the Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad focus their search in an area of the Nolichucky River near Birds Bridge where trained special response dogs alerted their handlers to the possible location of a body.
BY SARAH GREGORY STAFF WRITER A brief tornado warning came and went on Thursday afternoon., and only minor damage was reported from a brief, severe storm.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER Suspicious activity in a car Wednesday resulted in multiple charges being filed against the driver, Sgt.
In Johnson City, the Elks Lodge 825 will hold a ceremony at 6 p.m. in the parking lot at 208 Boone Street.
Sun photo by O.J. Early Greene County Sheriff's Department Lt. Wesley Holt stands along the banks of the Nolichuckey River this morning as crews with the Greeneville Emergency & Rescue Squad search for a Greeneville man last seen swimming in the river about 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday.
A federal grand jury has indicted another cancer doctor in the region on charges that his practice purchased medications from sources not approved by the FDA.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER A Johnson City physician who treated cancer patients with misbranded drugs was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Greeneville to a 24-month federal prison term.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER A man who led Greeneville police officers on a low-speed pursuit Tuesday morning through the downtown area is charged with driving under the influence, aggravated assault and a variety of other offenses.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER A well-known Greeneville physician was arrested Tuesday and charged with two felony counts of crack cocaine possession, agents of the Third Judicial District Drug Task Force said in reports.
A man and woman found "passed out" in a car Monday night in the parking lot of Phoenix Big Cinemas, at 925 W. Andrew Johnson Hwy., were both charged with possession of a Schedule IV drug, Greeneville police said in reports.
BY KEN LITTLE STAFF WRITER The little boy bitten by a pit bull mix dog June 3 in a yard on Afton Road remains hospitalized, but his condition is improving, a Greene County-Greeneville Emergency Medical Services official said today.
Greeneville police investigating a reported assault early Sunday charged two men with possession of the legend drug known as "bath salts."
Sun Photo by Ken Little A horseback visit to Depot Street on Saturday by "Buffalo Bill," right, portrayed by Frank Cremins, and "Annie Oakley," portrayed by Betty Cremins, were a major highlight of the Windows to the Past Unveiling Festival.
It's standing room only inside a federal courtroom in Greeneville, where a sentencing hearing for a former Johnson City doctor is underway.