Whaley also finds time attend dances at the Seniors Center, send care packages to members of the military serving in Afghanistan and sell Christmas wreaths to be placed on graves at the National Cemetery, Mountain Home.
The Reservoir and Community Clean Up fund supports organizers’ efforts to keep Tennessee Valley fresh and ready for lake-goers.
As of Saturday at 5 p.m. Remote Area Medical clinic has registered 685 patients and provided $388,658 worth of free services to those in need in the area.
"It was a fun place to be," said Campbell, lifetime member of the theatre. "It became a very welcoming place."
Pairings and results for the high school spring sports district tournaments.
If you don’t have the money to pay for a meal, the One Acre Cafe has got you covered.
Whether it’s marching band, church or that fantasy football league you set up at your office, everyone has something that helps them develop a sense of community.
When he was growing up in the late 1940s, Gary Cameron coveted his older brother’s Lionel model train.
When East Tennessee State University senior Handaa Enkh-Amgalan worked at the United Way headquarters in Washington, D.C., over the summer, she realized ETSU could benefit from a student-led United Way chapter.