The Physician Assistant Program at Lincoln Memorial University-School of Medical Sciences welcomed its thirteenth class of students on May 10 at LMU’s main campus in Harrogate.
The proposed 2021-22 budget was presented to the Morristown City Council Friday morning. While 2020 provided economic uncertainty due to the effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic, the proposed budget is based on a predicted, continuing recovery.
Biological Specialty Company, a supplier of human blood products to more than 30,000 pharma, biotech, diagnostic and government researchers for scientific research, hasannounced a new partnership with HealthStar Physicians.
Lakeway Christian Academy softball saw the diamond for one last time in the 2021 season.
GREENEVILLE – Greeneville was able to win the District 2-AA softball tournament championship Saturday morning by picking up key two-out hits when they needed them most against Claiborne.
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Lakeway Christian Academy’s Class of 2021 represents as leaders in the classroom, in the arts, and in athletics. Three of Lakeway’s 2021 graduating class have signed to play their sport at the collegiate level. These athletes are Maggie Vick, Jordania Ivie and Luke Estes. Let’s get to know them.
Welcome to this week's Hurricane Watch.
Trojans, thank you for another great week of testing. With prom and graduation in the next couple of weeks, the end of the school year is near.
Michael “Mike” Dean Wilder, 62, loving son, brother, uncle and…
Randal Lee Barnes, 63, of Bulls Gap, passed away Friday, May 1…
Rev. Eugene Carroll, 81, of Talbott, went to be with his Lord …
Wilma “Mawdean” Estes Hurley, born October 16, 1941, departed …
Arts & Entertainment
An outdoor COVID-19 friendly concert will be held May 22 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Castle Barn, located at 908 Pressmen’s Home Road in Rogersville featuring Bill and the Belles.
The Begin Again Shoppe has progressed from "The BASEMENT in 1981 to Morris BLVD now".
Keep Greene Beautiful announces the addition of the Iris Festival Three Mile Walk as part of the 26th Annual Greeneville Iris Festival, Saturday, May 15.