Previously snowed out, the Making Maple Syrup Day at the Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site kicks off Saturday
Ever wondered what it takes to get maple syrup gets from the tree to the table? Saturday provides an opportunity to find out.
The Tennessee Army National Guard's 117th Regiment Regional Training Institute has been honored as an "Institution of Excellence" through an accreditation process conducted by the United States Army T
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Gov. Bill Haslam has appointed John D. Stites of Cookeville to the Tennessee Board of Regents.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Despite blowing winds, the pilot of a Sikorsky helicopter needed just about an hour Friday to lift and place 27 rooftop heating and air conditioning units onto the roof of the Bass Pr
RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia's new attorney general has named three people to give his office a review, with an eye on reforms and cost savings.
Various events are on-going in the area
KINGSPORT, Tenn. — Kingsport City Schools will host the first “Lunch with Lyle” event, an opportunity to interact with Superintendent Dr. Lyle Ailshie, at noon today, on the third floor of the KCS Adm
SUFFOLK, Va. — A Suffolk construction site yielded a surprise: an unexploded shell possibly dating to World War II
Stops on the March tour include Glenrochie Country Club, Wildflour, Wolf Hills Brewery, JJs, Bella's Pizza and Anthony's Desserts.
CHILHOWIE, Va. – By this morning, the 2,500 people who get their water from the town should once again have flowing faucets.
BRISTOL, Va. — City leaders plan to borrow another $5 million next week to continue funding site work at The Falls.
Severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes could develop tonight.
BRISTOL, Va. — Students at Virginia Middle School listened intently Thursday as Amber Brooks described her life after losing both legs and portions of two fingers to a viral disease at age 2.
RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia House and Senate cast opposing votes Thursday on whether to accept federal Medicaid funds in order to provide health insurance to as much as 400,000 low-income residents.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — The deadline for filing paperwork to run for public office in Sullivan County passed Thursday and the final ballot for mayor will pit the former mayor versus the current mayor.
Networks - Sullivan Partnership CEO Clay Walker said that Bristol is one of three communities in Tennessee this year that will host the group that will help Fortune 500 businesses find sites for new o
KINGSPORT — Eighteen Sullivan County students were taken to two local hospitals following a mid-afternoon school bus crash on Bloomingdale Road.
From 1997 to 2012, fatal crash rates per licensed driver fell 42 percent for older drivers.
Supermarket wine sales would not begin until July 2016.
Repairs to a leak in a high-pressure water line have caused the water treatment plant, owned jointly by the town and the service authority, to temporarily shut down.