Old time craft demonstrations in the Appalachian Fair Museum made for a very cool way to while away a hot afternoon Tuesday at the fairgrounds.
Construction of the first leg of a walking and biking trail to connect Unicoi’s Pinnacle Fire Tower Trail and the Erwin Linear Trail will not begin until sometime next year.
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.
The Unicoi Business Alliance is stepping up its efforts to strengthen and support the town’s business community.
Unicoi County officials have received a lease offer on space for ambulance station at the former Unicoi County Memorial Hospital.
Erwin residents moved a step closer to a 40-cent property tax increase Monday with a unanimous Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen vote for first reading approval of an underfunded 2019-2020 budget with a new $1.862 tax rate to balance its approximate $650,000 shortfall.
The new school year begins this week in Unicoi County with students easing back in for a half-day of classes on Monday and resuming their full-day schedule on Tuesday.
The United Way of Washington County’s $1.5 million fall fundraising campaign is off and running. United Way leaders and representatives of the 22 area health and human services organizations the campaign supports got the ball rolling Thursday at their annual kickoff luncheon at Rotary Park.
A bed bug infestation has forced Washing County/Johnson City Emergency Medical Services personnel to evacuate the rental home that has served as a station for ambulance service in Unicoi County for the past two years.
The night races at Bristol Motor Speedway are set to run next weekend and with them a full line up of fun fundraising activities to help the nearly 100 local youth service organizations assisted annually by Speedway Children’s Charities.
The Unicoi County Commission will decide how to balance a $337,133 shortfall in the county’s 2019-2020 budget on Aug. 26, four days ahead of the Aug. 30 state deadline to finalize the budget.
Debbie Kessler, former city clerk and finance director for the city of Elizabethton, is taking over as the new top administrator for the town of Unicoi.
The Unicoi County Commission is set to cast its first vote Tuesday night on a proposed 2019-2020 budget with a more than $300,000 shortfall and a fund balance more than $200,000 below recommended three months worth of operating expenditures recommended by the state.
The US Department of Veterans Affairs has renewed grant funding for continuation of the Services and Support for Veteran Families program that helps prevent homelessness among Northeast Tennessee veterans.
Their numbers had dwindled. Three from their roster had passed away within the past year and a fourth was very ill and could not be with them. But the camaraderie was as high as ever as the former semi-pro Bluff City Volunteers came together for their annual reunion Saturday at the Bluff City Pavilion.