Dr. Benjamin Clabo, principal of Pigeon Forge High School, has received the University Council for Educational Administration Excellence in Educational Leadership Award.
For three years Jordan Jeffers has worked toward putting together a prom for children with special needs in Sevier County middle and high schools. On Saturday night, she is set to complete her goal.
The Pigeon Forge Regional Planning Commission unanimously approved the site plan for the Ripken Experience at its meeting Tuesday afternoon. The youth baseball complex is being designed by Barge Waggoner, through a previously arranged agreement with the city. The final design should be finished by next month.
William E. Seevers, 48, the man arrested this February for the June 2012 attempted rape and murder of a woman in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted murder and one count of aggravated sexual abuse by force when he appeared in U.S. District Court on Monday.
Sevier County and state officials said Monday they were unable to locate the remains of 5-year-old Tyveon Temple in the debris left from a cabin fire April 12.
The inmate found hanging in a single-person cell of the Sevier County Jail last week was the sister of a man who died in the Jefferson County Jail the previous Saturday.
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By the time he arrived home after participating in last year’s Boston Marathon, Dr. John Hood already knew he would make the return trip this year.
Smoky Mountain Thunder Memorial Ride started in 2001 as a way for locals to pay tribute to fallen soldiers. On May 25, the police-escorted, 60-mile motorcycle ride from Sevierville to Veteran's Overlook on Clinch Mountain will continue for the 14th year.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will consider refinancing $75 million in bonds issued as part of its Central Business Improvement District.
An inmate was found hanging in her cell in the Sevier County Jail Thursday, the day after her arrest and also the day after her brother was laid to rest.
Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee State Museum were at the King Family Library Thursday to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents for an exhibit called “Looking Back: The Civil War in Tennessee.”
Neyland Land Associates, the group that had expressed the most interest in acquiring the Dumplin Creek property, no longer believes the time is right to buy one of the county’s most visible commercial properties.
A preliminary autopsy report indicates a man who died after a cabin fire bled to death from wounds he apparently suffered when he broke out windows so his family members could escape the blaze.
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander said Thursday that even if Republicans retake the Senate this year, it “is going to be very divided. It’ll take a bipartisan coalition to pass anything.”
The Pigeon Forge Rotary Club hosted a dedication Wednesday to mark the start of construction for an all-inclusive playground in the Wear Farm City Park. It will include equipment designed specifically for physically and mentally disabled children.
A corporation set up by lenders, including Sevier County Bank and other banks, is in possession of the Dumplin Creek property after a foreclosure auction at the Sevier County Courthouse Wednesday.
Firefighters rescued three people and preserved several units of at a set of condominiums atop a mountain here Wednesday morning.
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When Sevier County and the state of Tennessee adopted building codes for the first time in 2009, the regulations included several new requirements for rental cabins like the one that burned down Saturday. Most of those regulations, however, didn’t apply to cabins that had already been built.
At their monthly meeting Monday night, school board officials and Sevier County Schools Director Jack Parton discussed long-range plans to move to a junior high concept throughout the county in the coming years.
The Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge fire departments were fighting a blaze Wednesday morning at the Gatlinburg Summit Condominiums, 1260 Ski View Drive.
Local and state personnel were working on the grim task Monday of combing through the debris from a cabin fire, searching for the remains of a 5-year-old who has been missing since the blaze.
The first Pigeon Forge Rod Run hosted at the LeConte Center was a success, according to event organizer Byron Cooper.
The National Weather Service sent out a freeze watch in Sevier County for Tuesday night through mid-morning Wednesday. A hard freeze is forecast, meaning temperatures will go below freezing and could dip into the 20s, and will likely be accompanied by widespread frost.