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The Greeneville and Chuckey-Doak soccer teams continued their stellar play from the regular season into the postseason last week, and they both captured district championships. [Read More]
Entries are now being accepted for Greeneville's sixth annual American Downtown 4th of July Parade. [Read More]
Throughout the history of sports, there have been many evenly matched opponents that have kept fans on the edge of their seats. [Read More]
Dr. Teresa Gayle Compton, 60, died peacefully Tuesday in her home in Concord, Massachusetts. [Read More]
Mary Ann Dabbs, 71, of Greeneville, passed away Wednesday at Franklin Woods Community Hospital. [Read More]
Kent Bewley, LeRoy Gray, David McCaslin and Jerry Wood, members of the 1961 Greeneville High School football team, got together recently to celebrate friendships forged... [Read More]
Holston Home's new Fuchsia Stines Anderson Building has been dedicated as a quiet place for prayer and reflection for the entire community. [Read More]
Youth Builders of Greeneville Inc. has announced recipients of its 2018 scholarship awards. [Read More]
As a kid, I grew up laughing at Bill Cosby. Comedy albums were big in the pre-cable era, and when Cosby released a new album,... [Read More]
A 12-year-old required hospital treatment after getting bitten by a dog on Friday evening. According to a report by the Greene County Sheriff's Department, the... [Read More]
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There are some circumstances where specific types of hunting are allowed within the Tusculum city limits, according to city ordinances and other state agencies. [Read More]
Members of Tuesday Book Club and their guests gathered for the group's annual May Luncheon to close the 2017-18 year. [Read More]
Jonathan David Ford, 47, of Kingsport, passed away unexpectedly Saturday at his home. [Read More]
Jonathan Arthur Stone, 29, of Greeneville, passed away Saturday in Greeneville. [Read More]
At least two teens were reportedly struck by a hit-and-run driver on Friday evening while walking in the 200-block of Gap Creek Road. [Read More]
Kay Reynolds, 65, of Greeneville, passed away Sunday at Laughlin Healthcare Center. [Read More]
Four local high schools were recognized in the "2018 U.S. News Best High Schools" rankings released earlier this week. [Read More]
Greene County sheriff's investigators seek the public's help in apprehending a man sought in connection with a life-threatening injury inflicted on a woman Saturday night... [Read More]
Late columnist Bob Hurley, of The Greeneville Sun, was honored during Decoration Day festivities at Blue Springs Church and Cemetery. [Read More]
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