It wasn’t that the grass was greener on the other side of the field.
One thing about playing in a new league: Even the favorite role can feel a little uncertain because of unfamiliarity with the opponent.
Unicoi County changed its perception in the Region 1-3A title chase with last week's win over Chuckey-Doak.
If Sullivan North can move the football in small consistent chunks, and keep turning over the chains, Hampton could be in trouble.
In an always-full animal shelter, like the beautiful facility we have in Johnson City, there is always one constant: Pit Bulls.
CHATTANOOGA — A Chattanooga man has pleaded guilty to knowingly infecting his former wife with HIV, and a judge sentenced him to probation and forbade him to have any contact with the victim.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Elvis is back in the building.
WASHINGTON — Voters are beginning to learn about Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio.
KNOXVILLE — A Loudon County woman is suing the city of Knoxville over its decision to ban guns at Chilhowee Park during last month’s Tennessee Valley Fair.
ROGERSVILLE — A Hawkins County man who allegedly told police “I think not” before fleeing a sobriety checkpoint Aug. 29 at speeds in excess of 100 mph was arrested Friday on charges related to that chase including felony evading arrest.
Registration is under way for the second annual Fossil 5K to be hosted by the East Tennessee State University and General Shale Natural History Museum and Visitor Center at the Gray Fossil Site on Saturday, Oct. 24.
Andy Markowitz of MusicFilmWeb asks, “Apartheid is dead and South Africa is democratic. But how truly free is it?” Petter Ringbom’s documentary film “Shield and Spear” seeks to answer that question.