Tuesday May 21
Elite produce managers engage consumers, offer unique features
Left to right, Doug Groendyke of Kings Food Markets, Brett Reed of Hy-Vee Inc., and Aaron Geohring of Ray's Food Place talk about the produce strategy that earned them honors in the United Fresh Retail Produce Manager Awards at a panel discussion held May 16 at United Fresh 2013 in San Diego.
Tue May 07, 2013
Knoxville News Sentinel
Pet adoption story: Bridgette
I was driving across a bridge on my way to a meeting in Rogersville last September when I thought I saw something stick its head up out of a drainage hole.
Rogersville man had '12, 14, 24 or 48' beers
The Kingsport Times-News reports Hawkins County Deputy Shawn Williams was patrolling Route 66 on Saturday when he saw two vehicles stopped in a turn lane.
Sun May 05, 2013
Hawkins Sheriff to host county's official "Police Memorial Ceremony"
This past Wednesday Hawkins County Mayor Melville Bailey signed a proclamation, which proclaims the week of May 12 May 18, 2013 as "Police Week" in Hawkins County, Tennessee.
Thu May 02, 2013
Blotter: Woman steals 50 rolls of toilet paper from school
While responding to a verbal dispute on Virgil Avenue, police were alerted that an individual present had an active warrant out of Georgia.
Wed May 01, 2013
Hawkins Foster Care Review Board to meet in courthouse because of security concerns
Hawkins County's Foster Care Review Board will be using a conference room in the Justice Center from now on so that it can utilize the metal detectors and sheriff's deputies for security during potentially volatile hearings.
Rogersville woman allegedly brings granddaughter, 8, to drug deal
A Hawkins County grandmother is facing drug and child neglect charges after allegedly bringing her 8-year-old granddaughter to make a drug deal Tuesday evening at a Rogersville restaurant parking lot.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Home invasion nets Mount Carmel man 15 years
A Mount Carmel man accused in a 2011 home invasion was sentenced to 15 years Friday in Hawkins County Criminal Court in exchange for guilty pleas to multiple counts of robbery, kidnapping, assault and one rape.
State's Main Street program, including Kingsport and Rogersville, generates $82 million
State officials say a program that aims to revitalize downtown commercial districts in communities across Tennessee generated more than $82 million in private and public investment last year.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Robert Booker: Luminaries celebrated 15th Amendment
Robert J. Booker is a freelance writer and former executive director of the Beck Cultural Exchange Center.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Drugs, cash, guns, vehicles seized from Rogersville man accused of drug trafficking
Hawkins County deputies seized drugs, cash, guns and several vehicles Thursday from a Rogersville man accused of trafficking large quantities of pills.
Man arrested after home search turns up drugs
Students in two Maury County schools are no longer trying to hide their cell phones in backpacks or desks - they have them out in the open.
Work to begin to protect puppies from disease in Hawkins County
Vanessa Collins, kennel attendant at the Hawkins County Humane Society animal shelter, has her hands full recently with two new friends, Diva and Sassy.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
The Greenville Sun
Greeneville Career Center Expected To Close In June
The Greeneville Career Center affiliated with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development is one of dozens of such centers across the state that will be closing.
Reputed Hawkins County drug kingpin sentenced to 150 months
Hawkins County Sheriff Ronnie Lawson credited a reduction in drug overdose deaths in the Beech Creek community of Hawkins County to a massive federal drug trafficking investigation that led to indictments and arrests last July.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Man sentenced on cocaine charges
James Light, 65, of Rogersville, Tenn., was sentenced to serve 150 months in prison, followed by four years of supervised release, by the Honorable Leon Jordan, U.S. District Judge.