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.
Each Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., outreach workers with the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project visit the Sevier County Food Ministries office to offer various services to veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
A local woman was clinging to life Friday after an incident in which, authorities believe, she was shot in her home by an ex-boyfriend who was due in court after she obtained a temporary order of protection against him.
A family whose home was raided last month on dogfighting charges is facing dozens of additional counts of that crime, as well as animal cruelty charges.
Updates to board policies and improved dental coverage for employees were the primary topics of discussion at the monthly Sevier County School Board meeting earlier this week in Sevierville.
Patrons with an insatiable appetite for knowledge will have five more hours each week to satisfy their hunger at the King Family Library.
Treyton Williams, associate professor of computer science at Walters State Community College, faced a conundrum regarding a dual-enrollment class he teaches: How could he reach students who didn't believe they were capable of learning programming?
Retired Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr. is set to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for the Ripken Experience on Nov. 13 at 10 a.m. The event is to take place at the Jake Thomas Extension, across the street from the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge.
After an unusually busy summer, volunteers and workers at the Sevier County Food Ministries are preparing for increased demand this holiday season.
Rocky Top Sports World is on track to exceed financial expectations during its first year of business.
With nearly 20,000 votes cast in Tuesday's election, Sevier County Election Commission Chairman J.B. Matthews was pleased with the day's turnout.
Officers here were stunned Wednesday to see one of their own arrested by state and federal investigators and led from their headquarters in handcuffs.
JoshuaJohn Waldrop, a 4-year-old from Rutledge, was diagnosed with stage four liver and lung cancer on Oct. 1. To support him, Tri C Farms has organized a benefit concert, which will take place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Tri C Farms.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted Monday to approve a project agreement outlining plans to synchronize traffic lights along the Great Smoky Mountains Parkway here and in Pigeon Forge.
The Sevierville Planning Commission will be reviewing a site plan today for the proposed movie theater at Governor's Crossing.
Voters here could get to consider whether to allow package stores in town, if a local businessman gets enough signatures for his petition to place it on the ballot for the municipal election in May.
As the election totals throughout Sevier County rolled in to the election commission office Tuesday night, it quickly became clear that local voters were saying yes to all four state constitutional amendments.