When it comes to historic structures, Charlie Norman has been there, sawed that, and now, television viewers can see him saw things, too.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee and WCQR radio’s 10th annual Project Thanksgiving drive has fallen a couple of thousand food boxes short of its goal to provide holiday food boxes and turkeys to 6,200 area families in need.
ELIZABETHTON — How do you explain Veterans Day to high school students?
ELIZABETHTON — Some of the youngest members of the Carter County military community helped make sure the Veterans Walk of Honor in downtown Elizabethton is ready for Saturday’s Veterans Day Ceremony.
Carson Peters & Iron Mountain will be the headline performers at this year’s 13th annual Songfest for the Family Promise program for homeless families with children Sunday afternoon at the Gregory Center at Milligan College.
ELIZABETHTON — Veterans Day will take place over the greater part of a week in Elizabethan and Carter County this year.
ELIZABETHTON — The annual lighting of the 78-foot-tall Fraser fir Christmas tree in downtown Elizabethton has been set for Tuesday, Nov. 14, starting at 5:30 p.m.
For every new Like Morris-Baker Funeral Home receives on it Facebook page through Dec. 15, the funeral home will donate $1 to the Christmas Box for holiday food to approximately 1,600 local families and seniors in need.
The town of Erwin will host a Veterans Day ceremony to begin at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 12 at Veterans Memorial Park, 309 Academy Street.
The Town of Unicoi and the Unicoi History Group will honor men and women who have served our country at their annual Veteran’s Lunch, Saturday, Nov. 11.
Good Samaritan Ministries is collecting donations and family sponsorships for Thanksgiving food and supplemental groceries for 750 area households at risk of hunger on the holiday.
The Tanasi Arts and Heritage Center will continue its Functional Artways of Appalachia series with a free fiber arts event from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Unicoi Tourist Information and Visitors Center, 106 Unicoi Village Place.
If working a full-time job and carrying a full-time student load at college weren’t hard enough, Ali, not her real name, is doing it as single mother with three children under the age of 12.
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northeast Tennessee will host is annual Red Shoe Masquerade gala Saturday night, Nov. 11, at The Venue in downtown Johnson City.
The 12th annual Johnia Berry Memorial Toy Drive kicked off Wednesday and will run through Dec. 3, at Food City stores across Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.