ELIZABETHTON — Wayne, John and Steve Ayers are farmers.
ELIZABETHTON — It is getting to look a lot like Christmas at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area. The Visitors Center will soon be filled with artwork from the Watauga Valley Art League and several local civic groups, schools, churches and other
Once the table is cleared after Thanksgiving dinner, it might be worth tuning into “Jeopardy!”
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Fire Department has a new deputy chief, but he hardly needs an introduction to Elizabethton or Carter County.
ELIZABETHTON — The annual opening reception for the Winterfest Art Show traditionally has been the start of the Christmas season at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area, 1651 W. Elk Ave., and this year’s reception will take place this Sunday from
Food City stores in the greater Johnson City and Bristol areas on Tuesday opened their checkout lines to the United Way’s fall fundraising campaigns for nonprofit health and human services agencies in their communities.
Members of a new committee formed by the Johnson City Power Board board of directors is seeking an audience with the Johnson City Commission to begin discussions to transform the utility into its own authority.
KNOXVILLE — Pilot Flying J will be the title sponsor for the Battle at Bristol football game, featuring Tennessee and Virginia Tech on Sept. 10, 2016, at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Kyle Busch won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship Sunday after he missed the green flag to start the 2015 season.
There may be no way to know how many Tennesseans have fallen prey to a U.S. grant scam that promises the victim they are one of a few citizens selected to receive free money from the government, but as the old saying goes — if it sounds too good
LOS ANGELES — Charlie Sheen’s recent revelation that he’s HIV-positive served as a reminder that his home state of California remains among a large group of states with HIV-specific criminal laws that activists consider outdated and that the U.S.
As registration numbers show the Johnson City Up and At ’Em Turkey Trot 5K is nearing a record number of participants, director Karen Hubbs says there’s always room for more.
As ovens heat up with all sorts of tasty items for tables across America on Thursday, a large number of folks will be dusting off the deep fryers built for turkeys.