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Weather Postpones Shred Day

Due to inclement weather, the Free Shred Day event in Greene County has been postponed to May 3rd. This event, sponsored by Keep Greene Beautiful, will now coincide with Electronic Recycling Day. For more details, contact Keep Greene Beautiful at 638-4111.

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Greeneville Council Meets

At their recent meeting, the Greeneville City Council passed a resolution seeking changes to electronic monitoring provisions related to work release programs. Specifically, they are asking the General Assembly to amend the requirement to remove ankle monitors from non-violent prison workers engaged in municipal projects. Council also approved various initiatives including playground improvements, special event […]

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Mobile Book Bus Summit Friday

In Greeneville, anticipation is building for the Mobile Book Bus Summit happening this Friday at the First Christian Church on Temple Street. Sponsored by the Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation, tomorrow’s summit will showcase the Greene County Schools’ Magic Book Buses alongside others from Northeast Tennessee. The event is open to the public, offering tours of […]

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Vacancy Declared On School Board – Investigation Underway Involving Former Member

A vacancy has been declared for the 2nd District Greene County School Board member seat following the resignation of Tom Cobble due to declining health. Mayor Kevin Morrison officially announced the vacancy during a recent meeting and is now inviting interested applicants to submit their resumes or letters of qualification by noon on May 9th. […]

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Greene County School Director Resigns

Greene County school board member Tom Cobble has resigned due to health-related challenges. Cobble, who served for 12 years and was re-elected recently, submitted his resignation letter last Friday. The school board will discuss filling his seat at their upcoming meeting on April 25th.

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Shredding Day Approaching

Greene County residents have the opportunity for secure document disposal at a free shred event this Friday. From 9AM to Noon at the Greene County Partnership, residents can bring up to one box of documents for shredding. Businesses can also arrange shredding services by contacting Crews Control Shredding at 423-278-6908. For more details, contact Keep […]

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2024 Greene County Rabies Clinics Announced

Greene County is gearing up for its 2024 Rabies Clinic Vaccination Program in May, with a series of clinics scheduled across the county. Beginning May 6th at the Glenwood Educational Center, the program will continue through May 11th, offering vaccinations at various locations including schools, community centers, and veterinary hospitals. Sponsored by the Greene County […]

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GEA Office To Close Today At Noon

The Greeneville Energy Authority Office will close at noon today to honor Chuck Bowlin, the President and CEO. Bowlin’s body will be escorted into Greeneville from Nashville, with the procession anticipated to arrive at exit 23 between 1 and 2PM. A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday at First Baptist Church, followed […]

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Detours Next Week In Greeneville

Next week, the Greeneville Water Commission Maintenance Shop will conduct sewer tap installations, impacting traffic on East Vann Road. Starting Monday, April 15 through Friday, April 19, one lane will be closed from Grandview Avenue to Crescent Drive and East Vann Road between 8 AM and 3 PM daily, weather permitting. Drivers will have detour […]

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Bowlin Remembered

Greene County prepares to honor Chuck Bowlin’s life and contributions to the community with a celebration of life service at First Baptist Church on Saturday, April 13, at 3:00 PM. Bowlin, the President and CEO of GEA, passed away suddenly last week while vacationing in St. Croix. Friends and family will gather to remember his […]

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