A Morristown woman who broke free of her handcuffs hurt herself while in custody Tuesday morning.
Bite-sized news updates from around the area.
The Tennessee Department of Education has announced over $2 million in Perkins Reserve Grant awards to 38 school districts for the 2021-22 school year to support career and technical education (CTE) across the state.
For the Tennessee Smokies, 2021 has been a season filled with lows. They tried to turn things around with a series opener against the Chattanooga Lookouts but fell short Tuesday as the Lookouts won the game, 5-3.
The Morristown tee-ball league held their final games of the season on Wednesday evening at Wayne Hansard Park. The Tribune’s Dylan Young was there to capture the action.
Tuesday’s Minor League
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Hawkins County Schools is among 59 schools and districts in Tennessee to receive the Governor’s Civics Seal grant funding to help implement high-quality civics education programs to prepare students for college, career and life.
tnAchieves has begun its effort to recruit 9,000 volunteer mentors to meet the goal of providing a local support system to every TN Promise applicant in the Class of 2022.
Four Walters State students have works published in this year’s “Tennessee Mosaic,” a statewide anthology.
W.H. “Dub” Warner, 91, went to be with his heavenly Father Sun…
Charlene G. Ramsey, of White Pine, passed away Friday, June 11…
Kathy Sue Sexton, 55, of Morristown, formerly of Sneedville, w…
Larry Lee Penrod, 68, of Rutledge, formerly of Buffalo, New Yo…
Arts & Entertainment
Knox Heritage is bringing back its popular Summer Suppers for a limited edition series of events beginning June 19.
There’s a lot to celebrate this year as the annual Fourth of July celebration returns this year at Cherokee Park.
The Summer Jam Series is bringing blues and BBQ to the Colonnades at Fulton-Hill Park on June 17 at 6 p.m. featuring Victor Lawson and Boogie Chillen.