A 20-month-old child was recovering Tuesday after being struck by a car in a store parking lot the day before.
A Sevierville man is facing charges of aggravated rape and kidnapping after he allegedly detained a woman in his home and assaulted her.
As the state has improved its ranking for childhood well-being in the annual Kids Count survey over the past five years, it's obvious Sevier County is still trying to dig out of the hole created by the worst effects of the recession.
It looks like another alcohol debate may soon be waged in Sevier County.
Signs of trouble are evident throughout the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Everyone has long known the bedrock of Sevier County's economy is tourism.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officers were in Gatlinburg last week, performing checks on outside trash containers to make sure they are wildlife-proof and compliant with both Gatlinburg municipal code and state law.
A new report by the National Park System is touting Great Smoky Mountains National Park's massive economic benefit to the region.
The second Welcome Home Vietnam Parade is scheduled for Aug. 23 in Pigeon Forge, and the city is accepting applications from veterans who want to participate.
Through the Years: Gatlinburg History Museum, a facility featuring a collection of handcrafted items by generations of Gatlinburg families, will be unveiled by the Gatlinburg Convention and Visitors Bureau Aug. 8 at 4 p.m.
Charles Kent “Chuck” Bradley, a former city commissioner and mayor in the 1990s, died Thursday. He was 63.
Sevier County residents who want to cast their ballots ahead of the local general election and the state and national primaries can do so at the Sevier County Election Commission offices starting at 10 a.m. today.
With a month of service at the helm of Great Smoky Mountains National Park under her belt, Cindy MacLeod has seen firsthand the many things that make the Smokies special.
The city of Gatlinburg is preparing annual budget meetings in the coming weeks. The first is a presentation of the budget and general discussion at Mills Conference Center Board Room on Monday from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
The first week of events at Rocky Top Sports World in Gatlinburg has been successful thus far, Marketing Manager Lori Moore said.
Weeks after confirming they were investigating the death of a local woman as a homicide, sheriff’s deputies still aren’t releasing many details about the case.
Work on the Sevier County Industrial Park near Interstate 40 is "95 percent complete," according to Allen Newton, director of the Sevier County Economic Development Council. He estimated that work on the industrial park, which encompasses 115 acres of land located less than a mile from I-40 exit 407, would be finished sometime in August.
A few minutes before 3 p.m. Monday, a line had already formed outside a motel room at the Economy Inn on Pine Mountain Road. Children stood outside the doorway, anticipating a free meal.
Six people are now facing burglary and theft charges related to a break-in at a Sevierville bar last December following a fund-raiser for the family of a child suffering leukemia, and also a burglary at the home of Gatlinburg City Commissioner and former Mayor Jerry Hays.
Tourism season is off to a strong start in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, with revenue increases over the early part of the 2013 tourism season, according to officials from each city.
Rocky Top Sports World, the $20 million sports complex funded by Gatlinburg and Sevier County and located near Gatlinburg-Pittman High School, has officially opened, with lacrosse and basketball events going on this weekend.
Early voting for the Sevier County general election and the national and state primary election starts Friday and lasts through Aug. 2.
The Sevier County Beer Board found itself in the middle of a legal and theological debate Thursday as board members grappled with the question of what makes a church.
If a local family builds a distillery in Wears Valley, it won’t be able to sell its product or other alcoholic beverages on site — at least, that was the decision of the Sevier County Beer Board.
Sheriffs’ deputies seized 14 jars of marijuana and a pair of guns after a 27-year-old Sevierville man attacked them when they responded to a call saying he had discharged a weapon during a domestic dispute.