The United Way of Washington County launched its $1.8 million fall fundraising campaign Friday with a pep rally luncheon at Rotary Park.
Brewer/Birchfield reunion to be held Sunday
The popularity of the August night race at Bristol Motor Speedway makes this week the most important of the year for the Bristol Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities.
Erwin residents are rallying to collect donations to help a single mother and her teenaged son who lost their home and all their possessions in a Monday house fire on Elm Avenue.
Collin Jarvis’ twitter handle before he had major surgery to remove his large intestine was “@Collinoscopee.” Ironic, isn’t it?
This fall, East Tennessee State University’s Mary B. Martin School of the Arts, now in its eighth year, will throw open windows to far-flung cultures, American roots and regional, national and international social and political issues.
A crowd of about 200 people gathered in Unicoi Friday for a grand opening celebration at the the town's new Mountain Harvest community kitchen and regional food business incubator.
With schools across Northeast Tennessee back in sessions, Second Harvest Food Bank is asking the community for help with its food backpack program for kids who do not have enough to eat at home.
ELIZABETHTON — With the city and county schools preparing to start, the Boys and Girls Club of Elizabethton/Carter County recently took assessment of the club's accomplishments during a busy summer.
the retired judge still hits the bench several times a week at All Points Personal Training in Gray where he’s been under the supervision of trainer Tim Underwood for 20 years. Underwood said he tailor’s a program to the client’s abilities and goals.
The kind, deeply empathetic girl was only 5 years old in 2002, when she was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that develops in the nervous system.
The Town of Unicoi is inviting the public to a grand opening celebration at its new Mountain Harvest community kitchen and regional business incubator.
The Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy is inviting the public to a free, educational presentation on its work to the preserve the natural habitats of the Roan Mountain balds and a pint night fundraiser to help continue that work. Appalachian Sustainable Development, Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia’s food growing, hunger fighting nonprofit, is hosting An Evening Under the Stars with Phoebe Hunt and the Gatherers.
Johnson City Church of God, 1908 Indian Ridge Road, will have a church yard sale on Friday, Aug. 4, and Saturday, Aug. 5, from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the church fellowship hall.
Employees group to meet Thursday