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Dr. James Hurley was inaugurated Friday as the 28th president of Tusculum University in a celebration of the institution's historic roots and new programs to... [Read More]
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Jim Lakins debated with himself whether to see the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial Moving Wall at Walters State Community College's Morristown campus. [Read More]
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Much anticipated construction activity at the Aubrey's Restaurant site will begin soon. [Read More]
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The Greene County Election Commission is always a hive of activity prior to elections and part of that recent work may bode well for voter... [Read More]
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Ten crewmen and three trucks from Greeneville Light & Power System are on their way to Tallahassee, Florida, to begin staging for response to Hurricane... [Read More]
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Like many of his constituents at Monday's rally in Johnson City, Congressman Phil Roe said he will long remember President Donald Trump's trip to northeast... [Read More]
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Alliance AutoGas marked its expansion into Greeneville on Sept. 28 with a ribbon cutting and grand opening of its refueling site on Tusculum Boulevard. [Read More]
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Community events on Saturday that provided opportunities for neighbors to get together and enjoy regional musicians, classic car displays, children's games, craft vendors, emergency and... [Read More]
Ten local schools have been given "Reward" status for 2018, the top distinction possible in Tennessee's accountability system.Ten local schools have been awarded "Reward" status... [Read More]
The Cross Roads Cowboy Church will continue to meet in the Flag Branch Community Center into early next year as its new building is constructed. [Read More]
The railroad crossing at Willis Street may not be closing, at least not in the near future. [Read More]
James Orr had a difficult choice to make last week as Hurricane Florence approached the coast of North Carolina and his hometown of Jacksonville in... [Read More]
Greeneville officials are seeking the community's assistance and involvement in downtown revitalization. [Read More]
Hurricane Florence dealt Greene County a glancing blow over the weekend with a couple of inches of rain for some areas. [Read More]
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is continuing work toward improvements to the 11E Bypass in Greeneville with preliminary design work later this fall and public... [Read More]
As part of its 225th anniversary celebration next year, Tusculum University is going back to the historic origin of its distinctive name. [Read More]
Roof repair at the T. Elmer Cox Genealogical and Historical Library got a boost from two civic groups Thursday. [Read More]
The Greeneville Light & Power System Board of Directors on Wednesday learned more about what it would take to provide high speed Internet service to... [Read More]
Other than some rain, Hurricane Florence isn't expected to have much of an effect on Upper East Tennessee, forecasters says. [Read More]
Progress on a new restaurant and hotel in Greeneville is continuing although neither site has visibly changed. [Read More]
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