Authorities were searching Thursday for a Sevierivlle man who went missing during a family vacation North Carolina.
A Kentucky woman is suing the owners of the local Holiday Inn, saying that a waterfall feature at the hotel’s pool contributed to the brain damages her child suffered suffered in a near-drowning after he slipped away from her husband while the man was playing video games.
A wildlife technician from the Great Smoky Mountainous National Park was the first to report seeing a five-foot wall of water coming down mountain streams that go through the Cosby and Greenbrier areas.
Charges could be pending against the second driver after an alleged drag race ended in the death of a Kodak man on the stretch of Highway 129 that’s become known as “The Dragon.”
Robert Rhea and Stephen Rayborn are old friends who went through basic training in the U.S. Army at Fort Knox, Ky., about 43 years ago.
In a meeting Monday at 5:30 p.m., the Pigeon Forge City Commission will consider the second and final reading of the 2015-2016 fiscal year budget. Commissioners have discussed the budget at length in three different work sessions. It was approved in the first reading, at a meeting June 8.
For over a year the Sevierville Commons Association has been striving to revitalize downtown Sevierville for the good of local citizens and the continued progress of the city.
NerdWallet, a financial website founded by a former Wall Street analyst and JPMorgan stock trader, had ranked both Pigeon Forge and Sevierville among the top 15 cities across Tennessee to start a business.
When Sevier County Sheriff's deputies and Humane Society of the United States personnel raided a Kodak home last year over an alleged breeding operation for illegal dogfighting, a film crew from cable's A&E network followed along to document the case.
Pigeon Forge High School teacher Karen Kelley is among the finalists for Tennessee's Teacher of the Year.
A group of consultants has given some initial opinions in what promises to be an exhaustive review and overhaul of the city's planning codes.
The parents of a child who attended Pi Beta Phi Elementary School last year have sued the school system, claiming their daughter was raped during a school field trip by a man who days later was charged with rape of another child.
Northview Intermediate School students participating in the school's summer camp program had a chance this week to build items using wood, hammers and nails in a workshop made possible through Home Depot.
Representatives from Red Bud Farm in Blountville, Tenn., will be at the Sevierville Commons Farmers Market in downtown Sevierville today from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. selling worm castings, an organic fertilizer.
Residents who live on or use Ernest McMahan Road will soon find it easter to get onto Pittman Center Road, when the city finishes installing a new traffic signal at the busy intersection.
The flow of traffic at Sevier County’s only interstate interchange will change dramatically at the end of the month, as the state Department of Transportation has announced work on the diverging diamond redesign is wrapping up and should be completed June 30.
Sevier County sheriff’s deputies announced the name Wednesday of a man who drowned Monday near the at the public swimming area near Douglas Dam.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the budget for the upcoming fiscal year Monday, including a major increase to garbage pickup fees.
Local boys working toward an Eagle Scout rank in Troop 119 volunteered in a project to help renovate the front part of the Sevier County Food Ministries Building.
The county could be facing temperatures above 90 degrees for at least the next 10 days, according to the National Weather Service in Morristown.