A week after someone's financial problems were seemingly solved, many are asking: Where's the big Powerball winner?
Elder abuse is not something many of us think about on a regular basis.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park held a free activity for young "Salamander Scientists" Thursday morning at the park.
For decades, when a high school valedictorian was named, it was a highly meaningful honor, likely to change a student’s life.
Get Fit Seymour, the two-month weight-loss challenge that concluded this past weekend, has been an inspirational display of just how much a group of like-minded individuals can accomplish when they put their minds together on a common goal.
With nearly a week in the books for area schools’ summer vacation, many parents have undoubtedly heard that most dreaded of summer complaints: “I’m bored.”
The Caton’s Chapel-Richardson Cove Volunteer Fire Department broke ground Friday on its Station No. 2.
Seventy years ago today was a monumental day in world history.
There's no doubt about it, the abuse of prescription drugs in Tennessee is an epidemic.
Over the weekend, reports surfaced that an American solider, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, had been rescued after spending five years as a captive of the Taliban.
As summer approaches, people get more and more exposure to the sun.
Paul Reagan's resignation as head coach of the Pigeon Forge High School girls basketball team came as a surprise this week.
Parents of teenage drivers are often torn between granting their children a slice of freedom and protecting their safety.
An interesting, and possibly disturbing, battle over the Tennessee Supreme Court is in full swing.
Imagine taking a call or receiving a letter telling you that your child, in the prime of their life, had died on foreign soil serving the country they loved.
The city of Sevierville's new mobile app "My Sevierville" is an intriguing idea, that, if executed correctly, could help streamline citizen/government interaction.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, is, without question, the greatest natural resource of Sevier County.
As the days of carefree summer recreation near for school-aged kids across Sevier County, we’re reminded of the importance of safety — especially when it comes to the lakes, rivers and trails in our area.
Steve Brewer may not rank among the career win leaders for high school football coaches across Tennessee, but there’s a fair chance he affected more players on an individual level than almost anyone else.
Last Monday the city of Pigeon Forge approved resolutions allowing for $3 million in incentives to bring a national chain supermarket to the city.
It's regularly heard that the younger generation does not learn enough history. Three local students are proving that they are learning plenty.
One minute she’s on “The Tonight Show,” cutting up with Jimmy Fallon, the next she’s on the “Today” show dishing with Savannah Guthrie.
When James A. Temple is interred this morning, Sevier County will be burying one of its longest-serving, and perhaps best-loved, public servants.
A lot of talk has been made recently about the "thought police" — media, pundits and politicians that quickly condemn, shame and seek the banishment of anyone with a different view on a controversial matter.