With a little help from Mother Nature, Saturday’s Great Outdoors Festival in downtown Erwin tuned out to be the most successful in the festival’s three year run.
The Tanasi Arts & Heritage Center’s Functional Artways of Appalachia series will continue with a free Flint Knapping and Wood Whittling Workshop Saturday, May 12, at the Unicoi Visitors and Tourists Information Center.
Food City $100,000 Charity Challenge to run through May 29; Habitat ReStore celebrating expansion; Achin’ for the Bacon 5K River Run to benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates.
If there’s one thing that always arouses my curiosity, it’s cults and the social dynamics within them.
A celebration of spring in the mountains the many outdoor recreational opportunities the region has to offer, the third annual Great Outdoors Festival will play out Saturday, May 5, on the streets of downtown Erwin.
Thursday and Friday were joyous days in the East Tennessee State University mini-dome as more than 500 athletes and more than 300 volunteers converged for the annual Area 3 Special Olympics Track and Field Games.
Young Professionals of the Tri-Cities will host its “2018 Pie Wars: The Dough Strikes Back” Thursday night, April 26, at the Carnegie Hotel.
Alzheimer’s Tennessee will host a free educational lunch program, Dementia A-Z, Friday, April 27, from noon-1:30 at Pine Oaks Assisted Living, 213 University Parkway.
Harris Hollow Road at Interstate 26 in Erwin will be closed for construction of the Linear Trail tunnel for up to 30 days or longer, depending on weather.
“I have a passion for Girls Inc.,” NIkki Hughes said. “I have a passion to inspire girls to become successful women. When I did my internship here, I knew this is where I wanted to be.”
ERWIN - At the former Clinchfield Railroad depot that houses Erwin’s Col. J.F. Toney Memorial Library, anyone curious about the history of the handsome, red brick building can step inside for step back in time.
The United Way of Washington County introduced a couple of new team leaders at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast with the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday and followed up with the presentation of more than $1 million in United Way contributions to local nonprofit service agencies.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Tri-Cities will be bowling for “Kids’ Sake” Friday and Saturday in Bristol and Kingsport.
ELIZABETHTON —A busy lunch hour in a popular restaurant can be a fun place, with wait staff scurrying to get orders completed and lots of customers greeting friends while the aromas of delicious food fills the room and the clatter of the kitchen
Apr 7, 2018 at 11:26 PM
Local United Way leaders gathered in the showroom of Wallace Imports’ Johnson City dealership Friday afternoon for a $19,703 check presentation from the 2017 Subaru Share the Love event.