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A 7th North Street Morristown man faces aggravated assault charges following a tense encounter with law enforcement Monday afternoon.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee announced Monday that he won't seek re-election in 2020, giving the red state its second open Senate contest in

East and West High School art students in Morristown have been creating works of art that will be painted at downtown locations under the guidance of professional artists. These works

MASCOT (AP) — An earthquake centered in eastern Tennessee also was felt in three other states.

The Morristown Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to increase impaired-driving enforcement beginning December 14, 2018 through January 1, 2019. The THSO’s statewide “Booze It

Three officers of the Morristown Police Department were recognized on Dec. 4 during the Tennessee Highway Safety Office’s Awards Ceremony in Greeneville.

A Cocke County man, identified only as Billy F., learned last week what similarly situated fathers know well – homeless, convicted felons who never tried to be a father have

GREENEVILLE — Callie Patterson led six players in double figures with a season-high 21 points as Tusculum rolled to a 94-62 victory over Queens in South Atlantic Conference women’s basketball

GREENEVILLE — The 19th-ranked Queens men’s basketball team used a 25-4 run to rally to a 77-62 South Atlantic Conference win over host Tusculum Sunday afternoon at Pioneer Arena.

A Morristown man was arrested Friday night after he busted the windows out of a car that his girlfriend and two young children were in then fled authorities after police

Blayre Shultz did in fact feel differently than normal upon learning that Macey Hefner led the team in scoring this time. By differently, she meant “way better.”

WASHBURN — Sierra Bailey fired in her 1,000th career point on Friday night, but Washburn couldn’t overcome a slow start against visiting Greenback as the Lady Pirates fell 45-28.

Transition kept the Morristown East freshmen from getting comfortable, and Hunter Hatfield kept them from the victory.