Wednesday Jun 5
Rogersville woman busted trying to sneak drugs into jail
The fight to save a historic piece of a Knoxville community has ended Wednesday as crews began cutting down a 125-year-old oak tree in the Fourth and Gill neighborhood.
The Greenville Sun
Retiring Judge Lawson Receives Warm Sendoff
Photo courtesy of The Rogersville Review Well-wishers from the Third Judicial District attended a ceremony last week in Rogersville honoring Senior Circuit Court Judge Kindall T. Lawson, who is retiring after more than 35 years on the bench.
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.
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.