Employee pay and economic pressures look to affect the fiscal year 2022-23 Hamblen County Government Budget according to Hamblen County Mayor Bill Brittain.
During its regular meeting Tuesday evening, the Morristown City Council approved a change order for Morristown Landing in the amount of $251,654, bringing the total cost to date to over $31.5 million.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is participating in the 2022 National Safe Boating Week, May 21-27. The annual event promotes safe activity and the wear of life jackets as the summer boating season kicks off.
WHITE PINE—In just its third season of softball Lakeway Christian Academy is headed to the Division II-A State Tournament at the TSSAA Spring Fling next week in Murfreesboro.
Morristown East didn’t have to look very far to find their next softball coach.
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In recognition of academic performance, the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs at University of the Cumberlands has announced the students named to the President’s List for the spring 2022 semester.
Hamblen County schools last full week is this week and for seniors and their families that means graduation.
Carson-Newman University’s College of Professional Studies (CPS) is now taking applications from interested students for its inaugural class, slated to start in August 2022.
Patricia Lucille “Cindy” Gallagher Lakes, age 61, of Morristow…
Marvin T. Davis, age 78, of Bybee, passed away Wednesday, May …
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Arts & Entertainment
The 2022 SkyMart Arts and Music Festival brought scores of people to downtown Morristown to enjoy a day filled with sights, sounds and smells designed to inspire and entice.
KNOXVILLE (AP) — In its quest to redefine tourism at the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains, The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has inked a deal to bring an international entertainment company to the United States for the first time.
The sounds of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra filled Cherokee Park’s Citizen Tribune Jefferson Federal Amphitheatre Sunday as people sat in camping chairs and on blankets listening in the cool, evening air.