The Sevier County Humane Society has announced the new president of its board of directors.
It's not often anyone would describe a trip to a convenience center — commonly referred to as a garbage dump — as pleasant, but some visitors are finding the Pigeon Forge convenience center on Tiger Drive next Pigeon Forge High School a bit more bearable these days.
In light of recent robberies in Pigeon Forge and Seymour, the Pigeon Forge Hospitality Association is hosting a security workshop for all Sevier County businesses.
The Smoky Mountain Opry Theater will feature magician Darren Romeo beginning next March. The entertainer has entered into a three-year agreement to bring his show, "Magic Beyond Belief," to the theater.
Early voting numbers are down compared to the 2010 gubernatorial race, according to Ed Kuncitis, the county's interim administrator of elections. As of Wednesday, 2,696 voters had cast ballots.
Rangers have filed alcohol-related charges against the drivers in two fatal wrecks that happened on the same stretch of the Spur earlier this month.
Held the third Saturday of October, the University of Tennessee and University of Alabama football game is a longstanding college football tradition.
Officials from Dollywood, along with a crowd of guests, watched construction crews place the final spire atop the entrance tower of the company's DreamMore Resort Wednesday. The topping out ceremony marked a milestone in the construction of the 307-room facility, slated to open next summer.
Sevier County Commission took a step back but didn't take a stand Monday on a statewide amendment concerning abortion.
Treatment is ongoing for 50 dogs seized Tuesday morning at what authorities called an operation to breed American pit bull terriers for fighting.
After less than a decade of service, the city of Sevierville is officially out of the trolley business.
The city of Sevierville and Sevier County will move forward with the purchase of property in the southeast part of city limits in hopes of luring a four-year college or university to the area.
The dozens of pit bull terriers seized from a Kodak home Tuesday were on their way later in the day to an undisclosed location. There they will be in the hands of personnel from the Humane Society of the Untied States and other organizations.
Dog owners who intentionally abuse and neglect their animals in order to develop the violent behavior necessary to participate in illegal fighting activities should be the only ones punished, not the animals themselves.
After a dawn raid on a home here, a local family has been charged and 50 dogs seized in what authorities say was an operation aimed at breeding American Pit Bull Terriers for fighting. The dogs were allegedly to be sold with the aid of a website to buyers in Tennessee and other states.
When developers Bob and Karen Bentz meet with the Gatlinburg City Commission Thursday, they will disclose what they intend to do with land they own along the Parkway next to Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.Q
In a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m., the Gatlinburg City Commission will consider the second reading of an ordinance closing a former portion of Proffitt Road.
County officials and employees were reeling Monday after learning longtime Property Assessor Johnny King died at his home Sunday after battling cancer.
Sevier County volunteer firefighter Stephanie Specht has become the first woman appointed to the Tennessee Commission on Firefighting Personnel Standards and Education, according to information from the Sevier County Volunteer Fire Department.
Patricia Bible, president and CEO of KaTom Restaurant Supply — a company she founded with her husband, Tim, from their garage in 1987 — was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, in what she called a "life-shaking event."
All the hospital systems and facilities in the Knoxville area have joined with the Knox County Health Department to sponsor an unprecedented community forum to educate the public about Ebola and address any questions and concerns about the disease.
The Pigeon Forge Fire Department got an award recently for its fire prevention efforts in 2013, and it isn't sitting on its laurels — it's currently in the middle of an effort to get smoke detectors in more homes.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will vote a on a resolution Monday that could take the city out of the public transpiration business, although the existing trolley route will still be offered under the control of Pigeon Forge.
County Commission will consider a resolution Monday supporting an amendment to the state constitution that would remove state protections for abortion rights.
A legislative luncheon is being hosted at the Mills Conference Center in Gatlinburg Oct. 29. Set to attend are state Sens. Doug Overbey and Steve Southerland, as well as state Reps. Dale Carr, Andrew Farmer and Art Swann. The legislators will talk about issues important to the local business community.