The main local law enforcement agencies for Sevier County teamed up Tuesday to search for more than 30 people charged with selling drugs after the most recent session of the grand jury.
Based on the success of tourism marketing last year, the Department of Tourism will continue to aim advertising at the demographic that city officials call their target audience: women ages 25-49 with children in their household and annual income between $35,000 and $100,000, living in 14 selected markets.
U.S. Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) filed a bill on Monday seeking to reimburse states and counties that provided funding to open the county's national parks during the government shutdown of 2013.
At Monday's city commission meeting, commissioners unanimously passed the second reading of an ordinance making part of Florence Drive private, for the use of the proposed Publix supermarket.
A local woman is facing felony theft charges after allegedly embezzling more than $60,000 from the Seymour construction company where she worked.
Sevier County's Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee has organized a series of events to commemorate the slain civil rights leader, both on the Jan. 19 holiday and in the days leading up to it.
A combined effort from several Sevier County groups provided 10 women in need get free mammograms Thursday.
The congregation of Rocky Springs Presbyterian Church on Boyds Creek Highway is continuing the restoration of the historic church by opening and restoring its belfry/steeple.
Pigeon Forge native Justin Burke has a simple philosophy in his life: He does what makes him happy.
The Red Cross is helping a pair of brothers who lost their home Friday in an early morning fire that started in a wood stove and spread quickly through the wood-framed house.
A Pigeon Forge man is facing charges of aggravated rape and aggravated burglary after an October incident in which he allegedly went into a room at a Gatlinburg hotel and assaulted a woman sleeping inside.
Throughout 2014, employees and officials at Great Smoky Mountains National Park suspected park attendance was on the rise.
The weather this week has been frightful for most, but Ober Gatlinburg is taking every advantage it provides.
Dollywood officials have announced a new, day-long Christian rock music festival called Rock the Smokies. It will take place in the park Sept. 5.
The early morning hours of Thursday, Jan. 8, were the coldest the area has seen since last Jan. 30, according to the National Weather Service.
The case against accused killer Andrew Beverly moved ahead again this week when a Sevier County grand jury indicted him on charges of first-degree murder and aggravated assault.
The Pigeon Forge Parks and Recreation Department is making a bid to put the city's youth baseball and softball leagues back at the top.
A police detective spared his colleagues the need to take action against him for misusing his authority by resigning from his position before pleading guilty to federal charges.
The Knoxville-Smoky Mountains RV Show returns to the Sevierville Convention Center this weekend. It runs from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
A Decatur, Tenn., woman says her Christmas plans were spoiled during a stay at a local hotel when an employee there stole her credit cards.
Federal court documents indicate the man charged with Monday's robbery of a Sevier County Bank was convicted for robbing another of the bank's locations in 2008.
Finance website NerdWallet released a study this week that found Seymour to be among the 10 best communities in the state for young families.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials announced Tuesday that beginning in March, only heat-treated firewood that is bundled and displays a certification stamp by the United States Department of Agriculture or a state department of agriculture will be permitted to be brought into the park.
The Sevier County Food Ministries had another busy year, with 2014 numbers that were similar to 2013's. According to Director Jim Davis, the agency gave away about 82,000 bags of groceries during 2014, compared to about 81,000 in 2013.
The staff at a local used car dealership say a robbery suspect may have used one of their vehicles as a getaway car, then returned it while police were starting the search for him.