The latest Sevier County grand jury returned indictments against two men who had already been charged in separate home invasion incidents.
A Sevier County grand jury apparently declined to upgrade charges this week against a man charged with trying to kill his estranged girlfriend.
On its 20th anniversary, the Sevier County Heritage Museum opened its doors with a renewed vigor, thanks to the work of a team of young adults from Leadership Tomorrow.
The city has put out a bid for construction of the McGill Street Connector project, and will continue to receive bids until 4 p.m. July 22.
Jana Thomasson, publisher of The Mountain Press, has been named 2016 campaign chairperson for United Way of Sevier County.
In the wake of news of a lawsuit alleging a Pi Beta Phi Elementary School student was sexually assaulted by a volunteer during a field trip, questions have been raised about school policies for volunteers, and how officials respond to such incidents.
Author Jeff Alt will be in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park July 18-19 to sign copies of his new children's book, set to be published Aug. 11.
An effort by the Sevier County Health Department to help decrease the number of babies born addicted to drugs has resulted in a prestigious national award for organization.
A 25-year-old Sevierville man was taken by helicopter to the University of Tennessee Medical Center Wednesday following a morning crash on Jones Cove Road.
Anna Porter Public Library will soon offer patrons the opportunity to borrow kittens or cats for a weekend to decide whether to adopt them, thanks to a partnership with the Friends of the Animal Shelter in Newport.
The Gatlinburg Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a resolution adopting a capital improvements program for the city during fiscal years 2016-2020.
A local woman is suing the Sevier County Sheriffs' Office, saying she started suffering seizures and other neurological disorders, as well as additional injuries, after a deputy put her in a choke hold during a confrontation at her home last year.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted Monday to rezone property acquired by the American Legion for commercial use, paving the way for the organization to add more parking and a gazebo for outdoor events at their post on Main Street.
Phil Campbell, manager of the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge, will update the hospitality community on the progress of the event center during the Pigeon Forge Hospitality Association meeting.
Carol Agee, community affairs and philanthropy manager at Dollywood, and Mike Brown, general manager of Dollywood's Splash Country, presented a check for $80,525.20 to the Sevier County Food Ministries Monday morning on behalf of the two companies.
Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating and charges may be pending after a fatal wreck early Sunday morning.
Police released additional information Monday on the fatal wreck that claimed the life of a New Jersey man Saturday and left a child injured.
Sevier County is taking the next step toward improving the management of space at the courthouse as it seeks an architectural firm to review the existing structure and present options.
Juggling bags of cheese and cans of enchilada sauce while working over a half-dozen pans of Mexican cuisine, Wendy Atchley gets word she’ll need to have her kitchen cleared in less than an hour.
Most cooks, preparing rations for an invading army, would be knocked off their game — especially with a film crew taking aim at the kitchen.
Apparent attempts to take down signs with the words “no same sex marriages” in front of Little Mountain Baptist Church will not dissuade Rev. Ed Taylor, who works in the church’s marriage enrichment center, from his stance on the subject.
Local groups including Pets without Parents were rallying to help Thursday after a train derailment and evacuation in neighboring Blount County.