Sevierville

BOLO Issued For Missing Woman

BOLO Issued For Missing Woman

Sevier County Sheriff’s Department is asking residents to be on the lookout for one Jennifer Lynn Ledford Holmes. Holmes is a 39- year old woman from Sevierville who has not been seen or heard from since February 28 of this year. She was last seen in the New center area.[Read More…]

Festival Features Food, Fun

Festival Features Food, Fun

Sevierville’s twelfth annual Bloomin’ Barbeque & Bluegrass will take place May 20-21, 2016. This family-friendly event will once again bring barbeque cook teams from all over the United States to Sevierville to compete for $17,500 in cash and prizes and the title of Tennessee State Champion in the Bush’s Best[Read More…]

Tea Party Hosts Overbey Challenger

The Sevier County Tea Party will host Scott Williams as a guest speaker at their Thursday, May 19th meeting at 6:30pm. The event will be held on the 3rd floor of the Sevierville Courthouse located at 125 Court Avenue in Sevierville. The event is free and bringing a guest is[Read More…]

May 12, 2016 Events, News, Politics, Sevierville
New York Fugitives Caught in Sevier

New York Fugitives Caught in Sevier

Sevierville Police were notified on May 10 that fugitives from New York could potentially be in the Sevier County area. According to SPD Detective Ray Brown, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said 35-year old Anthony Strangis of Fairhaven, Massachussetts and 43-year old Sarma Melnagailas of New York, New York were[Read More…]

May 12, 2016 News, Sevier County, Sevierville

Big Lots Opens New Store With Donation To Schools

Big Lots announced today that it is celebrating the grand opening of its newest store on May 6, 2016. The 24,192-square- foot Big Lots is located at Forks of The River Parkway Shopping Center, 205 Forks of The River Parkway, Sevierville, TN 37862. As the largest broadline closeout retailer in[Read More…]

Two Arrested For Prostitution

Sevier County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested two Sevier County women for promoting prostitution. On Tuesday, April 5th, an undercover agent made an appointment for a massage after investigation. He went to a home where the subject, Talia Smith, 37, lived, located in the 600-block of Gold Dust Way in Pigeon Forge.[Read More…]

Apr 14, 2016 News, Sevier County, Sevierville

County Provides For Students

Sevier County announced today the new Sevier County Partners in Progress Education Program and a new partnership between the Sevier County School System, Walters State Community College (WSCC), East Tennessee State University (ETSU), and Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT). This education program is designed to provide better access for[Read More…]

Apr 7, 2016 News, Schools, Sevier County, Sevierville

Shooting Deemed Justified

District Attorney General for the Fourth Judicial District, James Dunn has released his statements on the shooting that occurred in Sevierville on January 13th of this year. In a press release, Dunn said “I have reviewed all the available evidence, including body camera video, photographs and citizen and law enforcement[Read More…]

Public Invited To Check Out New Shelter

Public Invited To Check Out New Shelter

by Barbara MartocciPets Without Parents will open its new shelter at 901 Mize Lane for a public open house on Saturday, April 9, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. The newly renovated 4000+ square foot home was purchased this year to give homeless cats and dogs a structurally sound, comfortable[Read More…]

Helicopter Crash Leaves Five Dead

Helicopter Crash Leaves Five Dead

by Meredith Cordle A devastating helicopter crash on April 4 took the lives of five people in Pigeon Forge. The crash occurred at approximately 3:30 pm, when a helicopter from Smoky Mountain Helicopters, a company that provides scenic tours of the area went down on a wooded ridge near the[Read More…]

Apr 7, 2016 Featured, News, Sevier County, Sevierville