In a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m., the Gatlinburg City Commission will consider some infrastructure improvements on the property along the Parkway near Arrowmont for the Silverbell Parkway development.
Steve Morse, economist and director of the hospitality and tourism program at Western Carolina University, will present an analysis of 2014 trends in the Sevier County tourism market during a meeting hosted by the Area Attractions Luncheon on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at Holiday Inn Pigeon Forge.
Richard Parker and John Burns, owners of Wheatlands Plantation on Boyds Creek Road, were selected by the East Tennessee Preservation Alliance as recipients of the 2014 East Tennessee Preservation Awards for their work on the historic Sevier County site.
The past month has been tough for Karen King, the Sevier County School System's assistant superintendent of finance.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will consider regulations Monday to govern the location of distilleries inside the city.
The Sevier County Commission is expected to appoint a new property assessor Monday, about a month after Johnny King died while in office.
The Sevier County Grand Jury returned dozens of indictments when it met earlier this month.
After months of contentious debates over applications, the Sevier County Beer Board sailed through its regular meeting this month with no disagreements from applicants and no dissenting votes.
Park officials announced earlier this week that visitation during the month of October was higher than it had been in 27 years. That continues a strong visitation year for the park.
Cal Ripken Jr. and Ripken Baseball were welcomed to the city Thursday with a groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of the Ripken Experience. The $22.5 million youth baseball facility is expected to open in spring 2016.
The streets of Gatlinburg were lined with roughly 5,000 visitors Wednesday night as the city opened its take on the 2014 Smoky Mountain Winterfest with the 25th annual Winter Magic kickoff and chili cookoff.
A Kodak family facing charges of breeding pit bulls for underground dogfights agreed Thursday to give up custody of 50 dogs rather than pay a bond that would have covered the cost of caring for them.
It took a combination of state and local incentives, as well as a good labor market and access to the Interstate, to convince an international car parts manufacturer to locate its new factory in the county's new industrial park.
To attract more visitors during the 25th Annual Winterfest celebration, the Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Council is preparing what it calls "media blitzes" of select markets.
Businessman Brent Collier is suing the city of Pigeon Forge and the Pigeon Forge Board of Zoning Appeals, alleging that actions of the board were arbitrary and in violation of city and state laws when his proposed distillery was turned down in August.
The city will host the groundbreaking for its next big attraction today as it gets set to start construction on the Ripken Experience, even as the county considers a request to join in funding the $22.5 million project.
The first company in Sevier County's new industrial park is to be a Morristown-based automobile parts manufacturer that will create about 120 new jobs with an average wage of almost $15 an hour.
Mayor Larry Waters gave some welcome news at the county's Veterans Day ceremony Tuesday when he announced the county's veterans service clinic is already set to double in size.
Good weather, good entertainment and good food helped make this year's Winterfest kickoff a success.
In a meeting Monday, the Pigeon Forge City Commission unanimously approved a proposal to move electrical wires underground in the historic Old Mill District.
World War II veteran Ed Taylor believes it is more important than ever to remember the service of veterans.
As Winterfest begins across Sevier County, area governments will celebrate Veterans Day on Tuesday with a variety of public events.
The city appears set to once again have a movie theater of its own, as a North Carolina-based company has purchased property at Governors’ Crossing and gotten city approval for its initial site plan for a cinema on Hurley Drive.
Plans for a new shopping complex on Winfield Dunn Parkway took another step forward Thursday when the Board of Zoning Appeals approved two variances for the project.
The county’s new veterans service officer says he’s starting to get a feel for the community after a few months under his belt.