Patricia Bible, president and CEO of KaTom Restaurant Supply — a company she founded with her husband, Tim, from their garage in 1987 — was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, in what she called a "life-shaking event."
All the hospital systems and facilities in the Knoxville area have joined with the Knox County Health Department to sponsor an unprecedented community forum to educate the public about Ebola and address any questions and concerns about the disease.
The Pigeon Forge Fire Department got an award recently for its fire prevention efforts in 2013, and it isn't sitting on its laurels — it's currently in the middle of an effort to get smoke detectors in more homes.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote a on a resolution Monday that could take the city out of the public transpiration business, although the existing trolley route will still be offered under the control of Pigeon Forge.
County Commission will consider a resolution Monday supporting an amendment to the state constitution that would remove state protections for abortion rights.
A legislative luncheon is being hosted at the Mills Conference Center in Gatlinburg Oct. 29. Set to attend are state Sens. Doug Overbey and Steve Southerland, as well as state Reps. Dale Carr, Andrew Farmer and Art Swann. The legislators will talk about issues important to the local business community.
Sevierville and Sevier County are set to buy a former Mountain National Bank property off Pittman Center Road in hopes of using it to attract a four-year university to offer classes in the county.
Fundraising at local veterans organizations may get a hand from Tennessee citizens in the upcoming election.
Schools here took part Thursday in the Great ShakeOut, a worldwide earthquake preparedness drill. The Great ShakeOut began in California in 2008, eventually spreading across the U.S. and into other countries.
A Cincinnati woman was still in critical condition at the University of Tennessee Medical Center Thursday after suffering life-threatening injuries Tuesday when a car struck her on Historic Nature Trail Road.
Investigators say a Kodak man started a crime spree by raping and robbing a woman shortly after midnight Tuesday, then proceeded to rob a Pigeon Forge business at about 10:20 a.m. and, at a Seymour spa, take money and rape two employees.
Sevier County Sheriff's deputies have charged a Kodak man with aggravated rape and aggravated robbery in relation to two incidents Tuesday, following his arrest Wednesday on similar charges in Knoxville.
The third of four proposed amendments to the Tennessee constitution on the fall ballot deals with a dreaded topic: a state income tax.
A Cincinnati woman is in critical condition and a local woman is facing criminal charges after she allegedly lost control of her car while driving drunk on Historic Nature Trail.
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When voters head to the polls, starting with early voting today, they will have four amendments to the Tennessee constitution to consider.
Police believe alcohol may have played a part in the death of a college student found unresponsive at a rental cabin Friday.
A string of three robberies in Sevier County Tuesday has authorities searching for two suspects, including one whose actions have investigators particularly concerned.
At its meeting Monday, the Pigeon Forge City Commission approved an agreement with the city of Sevierville on terms for Pigeon Forge to supply trolley services within Sevierville's city limits.
Early voting for the Nov. 4 general election begins today at the Sevier County Election Commission office in Sevierville, and it will continue until Oct. 30. Voting hours Monday through Friday are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; on Saturday, the hours are 9 a.m. to noon.
Under the proposed terms of an agreement with the city, developers looking to build a new mall on Winfield Dunn Parkway near downtown would give the Sevierville Industrial Development Board a payment in lieu of taxes, but the board would give the money back to the developers.
Amid global concerns about the Ebola virus, officials from LeConte Medical Center said special protocols are in place should a patient with Ebola symptoms enter the hospital.
As Tennesseans and Sevier Countians head to the ballot box — beginning with early voting on Wednesday — the discussion of Amendment 1 is ramping up statewide.
A Sevierville woman on probation for being the getaway driver in a bank robbery is facing new charges including theft of property and identity theft for activities policy say stretched back to soon after her she was placed in community corrections.
As 6 p.m. approaches, a dozen actors — complete with bleeding wounds, bulging eyeballs other exaggerated features — prepare for the big rush.