Widespread in nearly every part of the continental United States, the flu season has reached “epidemic levels” in the Tri-Cities region, according to Ballad Health CEO Alan Levine.
Briggs Goforth is getting bigger and so is his annual delivery of toy-filled lunchboxes for the kids at Niswonger Children’s Hospital.
On Thursday, Niswonger held its ninth annual Spooky Trail event, allowing pediatric patients a chance to dress up and trick-or-treat throughout the hospital.
Only at this time of year can you find a cow running alongside Batgirl at Founders Park in Johnson City. Niswonger Children's Hospital's annual Scarecrow Skedaddle & Shindig drew hundreds of runners, walkers and supporters to downtown Johnson City.
It’s almost time for Niswonger Children’s Hospital’s annual Scarecrow Skedaddle & Shindig.
Cancer free and newly minus the chemo port that brought him through a three-year treatment regime for leukemia, 6-year Gus McClelland and his family are ready to celebrate and are inviting the entire community to join them Saturday afternoon for a benefit block party on their home turf on West Locust Street.
Walmart and Sam’s Club stores are helping Niswonger Children’s Hospital make miracles — one dollar at a time.
The Tennessee Department of Health asked local health care professionals to be on the lookout for severe respiratory illnesses among e-cigarette users in an advisory released Thursday.
Plans to transition Kingsport’s Holston Valley Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to Johnson City’s Niswonger Children’s Hospital will be completed by September, according to a Wednesday statement from Ballad Health.
KINGSPORT — In only its second year on the World Long Drive schedule, the Tennessee Big Shots benefiting Niswonger Children’s Hospital already has a sterling reputation.
Walmart and Sam’s Club associates across the region are on a campaign to raise more than $200,000 for Children’s Miracle Network services and support for Niswonger Children’s Hospital.
BRISTOL — There is strength in numbers as several of the area’s top entities have come together for the common good of the local community.
With an honorary pit crew from Niswonger Children’s Hospital and a large donation on the line, there are a million reasons to cheer for Erik Jones to win this Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
A two-day, on-the-air drive hosted annually by Holston Valley Broadcasting, the 7th annual Niswonger Children’s Hospital Radiothon kicked off Thursday morning and will continue through 7 p.m. on Friday.
The seventh annual Niswonger Children’s Hospital Radiothon Feb. 21-22 will support the hospital’s Child Life Services Department.