The City Commission will continue its series of work sessions related to the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Budget today, this time discussing advertising work from several contractors, as well as possible amendments to the city's beer ordinance.
Although local residents often frequent the Seymour Farmers Market for its array of fresh, locally-grown produce, that certainly isn’t the only thing visitors will find.
Thursday’s storm caused at least one injury in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, as well as the closure of several Cosby and Big Creek trails due to weather damage.
The National Weather Service confirmed Friday afternoon that a tornado touched down in Sevier County, but Pat Barnes was already certain that what ripped the roof of her home was a funnel cloud.
Hundreds of Sevier County marketing and tourism officials gathered at the Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center in Pigeon Forge Thursday to hear a state tourism commissioner give an update on the forthcoming statewide marketing program.
While Sevier County fell under a tornado warning Thursday afternoon, and at least one caller to emergency dispatch reported seeing a twister in the area, officials said the severe storms that moved through the area mostly resulted in downed trees and scattered power outages.
Dr. Bill Bass, the world-renowned forensic anthropologist who founded the University of Tennessee's "body farm," spoke Tuesday evening to adults enrolled in the King Family Library's summer reading program. Bass is also half of the iconic writing team known as Jefferson Bass, having authored 11 books with writer Jon Jefferson.
A proposed program involving county schools and the Tennessee College of Applied Technology could help local high school students and adults get training in fields like carpentry and mechanics.
A local man who tried to convince police he was the victim of an assault wound up in jail himself Tuesday after a deputy determined he attacked two other people.
Just months after Wear Farm City Park officially opened, complaints from nearby residents are already coming in.
To commemorate 125 years of business, Belk department stores are celebrating by giving back to the communities they serve. For the 125 day-period between March 10 and July 12, schools across the South will receive makeovers through the efforts of their local Belk employees.
After representatives from the two competing companies gave final statements, the Sevierville Public Building Authority acted Monday to replace current convention center food and beverage contractor, Centerplate, with Ovations Food Services.
In what one city official describes as a "natural evolution," the Sevierville Public Building Authority approved an item at its Monday meeting to transfer all its convention center and golf course assets and obligations to the city of Sevierville, terminating the lease and management agreement for those entities, and assigning any contract rights.
The resident engineer of the Improving 66 project says construction is about 40 percent complete across Highway 66, with crews moving into the third and final phase of the project.
Locally owned Mountain National Bank ceased operation on Friday after federal and state personnel shut down the bank's main office, along with its 11 branches.
The 13th annual Pontiacs in Pigeon Forge show was held Saturday at the Music Road Hotel. At the event, which benefited St. Jude's Hospital, approximately 150 cars were entered, and first, second and third place awards were given in 25 classes.
Coca-Cola Collectors gathered at the Holiday Inn this weekend for the 23rd Collectibles Convention, where they held a swap meet, went "room-hopping" to view each other's items, and concluded with a 6 p.m. banquet.
The city is considering relocating its impound facility to the landfill area on Rainbow Road near the existing county maintenance facility, a move that could be permanent.
Despite a complaint from a concerned neighbor, the city's Planning Commission recommended approval for the rezoning of 1401 Old Newport Highway from R-1 (residential) to C-3 (residential and light commercial) at its meeting Thursday evening. The meeting took place at the Civic Center.
Forty K-2 teachers attended workshops designed to assist them in implementing the new math standards outlined by common core.
A federal lawsuit filed by a former city employee claims she was wrongfully fired for speaking up about sexual harassment at the workplace, and that she also suffered age and racial discrimination.
A federal judge sentenced Sevierville attorney Jerry Kerley to four years in prison and another three on probation Thursday for his part in a mortgage fraud scheme.
The city met with an engineering consulting firm to discuss the first phases of striping plans for the city parking lot on Teaster Lane, which will serve the upcoming LeConte Center and Island development.
Summer visitors and Gatlinburg residents will once again have the option of using the city's free trolley service on the Parkway during peak season.