Sheriff Ron Seals said Monday a person of interest has been arrested in relation to an armed robbery that happened Sunday at the Little Ceasar's Pizza on Chpaman Highway.
Pigeon Forge Police officers were approaching two people wanted for questioning in relation to a murder in Campbell County Saturday evening, and the confrontation turned violent. One of the two is now dead and the other is in custody, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
An as yet unidentified man is dead and TBI is investigating what it's calling an officer-involved shooting that happened at about 9:40 p.m. on the Parkway during a busy Rod Run weekend.
It appears relocating here from Louisville, Ky., will mean increased attendance for the National Quartet Convention, as the overall attenance for the week-long event is expected to be among the top three in its 57-year history.
Although many city officials are excited at the prospect of the National Quartet Convention attracting many people during a slow tourism week — potentially as many as 40,000 during the course of the event, Sept. 21-27 — there is some concern for parking and traffic.
The scope of the National Quartet Convention, scheduled for Sept. 21-27 in the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge and other sites, is massive.
Sevier County has seen an uptick in both residential and commercial building permits over the past few years, according to recent data.
Friday morning brought an unusual assembly to a local school.
Pigeon Forge police have made an arrest in what they're describing as a large-scale fundraising scheme that's targeted victims across the country.
Jayne Vaughn, who's been the face of the Sevier County Humane Society for over a decade, has decided to step down from her position as executive director.
The first phase of an all-inclusive playground in Wear Farm City Park is set to be built in the first week of October, according to Simon Bradbury of the city's parks and recreation department and the Forever Parks Foundation, which is behind the project.
Faith-based music isn't always associated with loud, aggressive genres such as heavy metal. But with the Unabashed Music Fest, taking place at the Sevier County Fairgrounds Saturday, those worlds will come together.
Although the Pigeon Forge Rod Run officially begins Thursday and runs through Saturday, cars have been lining the Parkway since last week, as the Shades of the Past Rod Run took place last weekend.
Tuesday officially marked the public opening of Rocky Top Sports World, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the youth sports facility's opening and an open house for locals to tour the facility.
Phillip Fulmer, former head coach of the University of Tennessee Volunteers football team, will be working with Rocky Top Sports World, officials from the youth sports complex announced earlier this week.
In a meeting Monday, the Pigeon Forge City Commission unanimously approved tabling an amendment to restrict distilleries on the Parkway. The topic will be discussed among city commissioners and planning commissioners in a future work session.
The earth moving and clearing associated with the construction of Northview Academy have led to some flooding on adjoining property, Sevier County Director of School Jack Parton told the school board at its monthly meeting on Monday.
The families of two men who died in an accident at Gatlinburg's wastewater treatment plant could be getting close to results from their lawsuits after a judge set a trial date for next April.
The Sevier County beer board could see major changes if the county commission approves recommendations from its steering committee.
Two weeks before his scheduled visit with Leadership Sevier for the group's annual luncheon, former University of Tennessee standout, NFL lineman and "The Biggest Loser" runner-up Antone Davis spoke with The Mountain Press about leadership, his career and his current position as Vol For Life coordinator at the UT.
In her last year as the fair director at the Sevier County Fair, Sherri Crawford said she thinks she went out on top. This year's attendance was on par with last year's, at 16,000 to 17,000, and overall, feedback was positive.
In a meeting Monday at 5:30 p.m., the Pigeon Forge City Commission will consider an ordinance to ban distilleries from being located within 200 feet of the Parkway.
In March, when Jennifer Greene was accepted as a participant in the New York City Marathon, which will take place Nov. 2, she knew there was a particular cause for which she wanted to raise money through her participation in the marathon.
Earlier this year, Greg Layman asked his mother, Judy, what she wanted for her birthday, which was Aug. 30. Her response was simple.
It isn’t clear how many of the 200 new English Language Leaner students in Sevier County schools are part of the 88 children brought to the area by the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement.