BRISTOL — Denny Hamlin continued his current hot streak Friday by winning the pole in Pinty’s qualifying for the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Veteran Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver David Ragan is calling it quits, at least as circuit regular.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is OK.
BRISTOL — History is on the side of the Busch brothers for Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
It’s not often that you get to meet the animal that produces your food.
In three years, a Johnson City hot tub and spa maker outgrew its manufacturing plant and will soon occupy a second facility nearby.
It wasn’t hard for Dobyns-Bennett to coax Reedy Toney back into the coaching business.
Safety investigators believe damaged landing gear may have caused a private plane occupied by retired NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his family to crash Thursday at the Elizabethton Municipal Airport.
The mayor outlined a plan calling for the town to purchase a 40-acre tract of pasture land — located off North Cherokee Street/Tavern Hill Road behind the George P. Jaynes Justice Center — to construct the new school and athletic complex.
While Gabriel Simerly was anxiously crossing off the days until graduation, he wondered what was next. About two weeks prior to completing the requirements of his degree in psychology, his path became much clearer.
Researchers at East Tennessee State University recently received a two-year, $148,000 grant through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Grant Program (R03) to study childhood obesity.
East Tennessee State University students will begin to see big savings in textbook and course material costs this fall, thanks to the university’s Open Educational Resources (OER) Awards program.
Mark A. Fulks has been named University Counsel at East Tennessee State University. He replaces longtime ETSU attorney Edward J. Kelly, who is retiring.
It’s race week in Bristol, folks, and the night race in August is generally the best ticket in all of motorsports - and for good reason.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee is the latest Southeastern Conference school to sell alcoholic beverages at upcoming home football games.