Today's News

  • Victorian Square welcomes its new executive director


    Victorian Square Assisted Living and Memory Care is proud to announce Trudy Smith as new Executive Director.  

    Smith brings 12 years of long-term care experience to the Victorian Square community.  

  • Medical Clinic reopening doors


    Family Nurse Practitioner Linda Cole is reopening Coalfield Medical Clinic on Sept. 15. 

    The clinic will be staffed by nurse practitioners Cole and Lynn Craig. Timothy Bell is supervising physician. 

  • Prize funds tinker space for business incubator


    The Cumberland Business Incubator, on Roane State Community College’s Cumberland County campus, received a $50,000 prize to create a space where entrepreneurs can turn their ideas into working prototypes.

  • Oliver Springs struggles at Jackson County


    It was a long and disappointing evening for the Oliver Springs Bobcats on Friday, as Wiley Brackett’s squad suffered a 59-8 loss at Jackson County.

  • Midway crushes Hancock County, 47-7

     It was a dominate performance from the Midway Green Wave as they rolled to a 47-7 win over outmanned and overmatched Hancock County Friday night in Sneedville.

  • Devils stumble at Whitwell, 36-28


    A football isn’t round and can take funny bounces. Those bounces went against Harriman Friday night as Travis Tapp’s squad dropped a 36-28 decision at Whitwell despite limiting the Tigers to 233 yards of offense.

  • Streak ends for Kingston


    Kingston’s 13-game losing streak is over and it ended in dramatic fashion Friday night as Brian Pankey’s squad score three touchdowns in the final 8:49 of the game to knock off Rockwood, 28-21, at Dr. Nat Sugarman Memorial Field.

  • Kingston sloshes past Lady Highlanders, 4-1


    The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets finished off a 2-0 week Thursday evening with a 4-1 victory over Scott on a rain-soaked field in Huntsville.

  • Property transfers: April 21-25, 2014

    Property deed transfers in Roane County:

    April 21 — From United Community Bank to Kevin C. Raymond and Terry A. Raymond by quit-claim deed, Dist. 1, city of Harriman, Lots 301 and 303, $65,000.

    • From Tammy S. Abston to Jeffery A. Abston by quit-claim deed, Dist. 3, 6.39 acres, Howard Road, $10.

    • From Greg Leffew, John Paul Kennedy and Janet S. Kennedy to Edna E. Gibson by trustee’s deed, Dist. 2, Southwood subdivision, Lot 5, Phase 2, $200,000.

  • Arrests: Sept. 9, 2014

    Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as, or similar to, other members of the community.

    Sept. 9 — Angela Marie McKamey, 33, 914 Sewanee St., Harriman: public intoxication. Bond $800; court date Oct. 27.

    • Jerry Thomas Lee Cook, 27, 146 Davis Hollow Road, Harriman: violation of probation. Bond $15,000; court date Oct. 20.

    • Antwon Clifton Hall, 24, 2913 Roane State Hwy., Harriman: driving on revoked/suspended license. Bond $1,000; court date Oct. 6.