Visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Goshen Ridge might have felt some shaking early Wednesday morning.
An elderly Seymour woman and her adult son died last week after he apparently suffered a stroke and she eventually succumbed to hypothermia, authorities said Thursday.
Sevier County Commission voted Tuesday to approve the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s plans to prepare Snyder Road for heavier traffic at the new industrial park.
Areas of Sevier County were reporting 4 to 8 inches of snow Thursday morning following an overnight storm, according to Meteorologist Doug Schneider of the National Weather Service in Morristown.
In recognition of his efforts in preserving the Arrowmont School for the Arts, Gov. Bill Haslam is naming Bill May him one of the winners of the 2015 Governor's Arts Awards.
Sevier County schools have been closed every day this week, and if Thursday morning snow causes schools to close for the rest of the week, students will not have been inside of a classroom for 17 days.
The FBI is still investigating who sent a package containing a suspicious substance to the district attorney general's office, although final test results confirmed the substance was not lethal.
It didn’t take long for Sevierville police to close in on the three suspects they believe went on a rampage in Sevier County High School that caused more than $30,000 in damages.
According to Assistant Superintendent Debra Cline, the Sevier County School System has used eight of the allotted 13 snow days this year. If school is closed due to inclement weather for more than 13 days in the school year, make-up days will be held at the end of the school year.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will wait a while longer before considering new regulations for digital billboards, after postponing a vote on what would have amounted to a ban on new ones in the city.
According to the Sevier County Volunteer Fire Deparment, people have been scamming Sevier County residents by cold-calling and going door-to-door seeking donations for the department.
A local man faces robbery charges after deputies say a bystander followed the knife wielding robber from a store and tackled him, holding him until they arrived.
Director of schools Jack Parton said Monday's vandalization of Sevier County High School was among the worst he's seen in his career with the school system, but the facility was ready to open Tuesday if county schools are in session.
In a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m., the Gatlinburg City Commission will consider improvements to the Dudley Creek Road right-of-way to accommodate expansion of Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort.
Three Parkway properties owned by local businessman Jess Davis will be consolidated into an attraction called the Biblical Times Experience.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen could ban the creation of any new digital billboards inside the city with a measure it will take up when it meets at 6 p.m. Monday.
After a week of weather-related closures, Sevier County Food Ministries opened on Friday.
Smoky Mountain Family Matters is still planning to build The Sanctuary, a proposed temporary shelter for homeless in Sevier County.
Sevier County Commission will try again to hold its first meeting since November when it meets in special session at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
The city's lone adult business is set to close today, as Cupid's Outlet on the Parkway is closing and the owner says he doesn't have plans to relocate within the city right now.
It isn't clear yet what caused the deaths of a mother and adult son were found dead inside their home Friday on Sugarloaf Road.
A home on Hansel Lea Way in the Fairgarden Village subdivison east of Sevierville appeared to be a total loss following a Friday morning blaze.
It has been a long week for the Sevier County Electric System’s linemen.
After a flurry of petitions were returned as the deadlined neared this week, it appears voters will have a some choices to make in all three municipal elections in Sevier County this year.
Voters here could have the chance to decide whether they want to allow liquor stores in the city, if the election commission certifies a petition turned in Friday near the qualifying deadline for the municipal election.