For Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Gary Wade, the decision to step down from his position on the bench wasn’t too difficult.
Bishop Zack Flack, pastor at Boyds Creek Church of God for almost 20 years, trusts that God is the only one who determines when something is ready to end.
Sevier County's highest-ranking state official, Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Gary Wade, has announced he's retiring in September.
It wasn't the social media postings that led to the arrest of a Sevierville man who started responding to the Sevierville Police Department's Facebook post about him.
The Sevier County Public Library held the finale of its summer reading program Friday at the King Family Library.
The violin played by Titanic bandleader Wallace Hartley will be displayed at the Titanic Museum next year, Mary Kellogg, co-owner of Titanic Attractions, announced this week.
Sevier County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a Newport man who allegedly robbed a woman in front of her family while they were staying at a local rental cabin on the Fourth of July.
At least four people were arrested in Wednesday's bust at a South Shiloh Road trailer where authorities say meth was being made.
When Sevierville police used Facebook Thursday to ask for the public's help tracking down a man charged with aggravated assault over an alleged road rage incident, they didn't expect him to like it.
The National Quartet Convention, the largest event hosted by the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge to date, with more than 40,000 attendees during a one-week period last year, will be held in Pigeon Forge at least through 2016.
Gatlinburg was named one of the top resort destinations for conventions, meetings and events by ConventionSouth magazine.
Two people were taken to local hospitals after Sevier County Sheriff's deputies found a possible meth lab at a home on South Shiloh Road Wednesday afternoon.
The McDonald's restaurant on the Parkway was closed for several hours Wednesday afternoon, as local law enforcement searched for explosives after someone called in a bomb threat.
Visitation to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for the first six months of this year increased 8 percent over the same period last year, park officials have announced.
The nonprofit animal shelter Pets Without Parents will soon open a boutique in downtown Sevierville to benefit its no-kill shelter.
The Wears Valley Volunteer Fire Department is planning a fundraising golf tournament for two new bedrooms at the fire station. The event is set for Sept. 12.
The yearly shift of principals in schools across the county is nearly finalized, according to conversations with Sevier County School System officials.
City water customers will start paying seeing rate increases on their next bill, as the Board of Mayor And Aldermen voted unanimously Monday to lower the total gallons covered on the basic bill.
Citizens National Bank has pledged $100,000 over a five-year period to the Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains, as part of the club's 2 million capital campaign for the construction of a new facility.
A local man found himself in hot water when he allegedly pointed a handgun at people in a Pigeon Forge tattoo shop after threatening one of them on Facebook, and police found the firearm and drugs tossed outside his home when they went to speak to him about it.
First, the clerk at the store outright declined to be robbed. Then, the alleged robber apparently didn't open the cash register. So when Adam Nelms saw the police coming, he just decided to call it a day.
Pittman Center Community Volunteer Fire Department finished third last weekend among teams competing in the inaugural nationwide Firehouse Expo Fire-Rescue Competition, held in Baltimore.
In a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m., the Gatlinburg City Commission will consider the first reading of the city's 2015-2016 fiscal year budget ordinance.