The Bristol Tennessee Fire Department and the Mountain Empire Chapter of the American Red Cross will be visiting the Bristol Heights Mobile Home Estates Number 1 on Weaver Pike as part of their Home F
To mark Monday June 15 as V.N. “Bud” Phillips Day in both Bristol, Virginia and Tennessee, trees will be planted in two city parks in his honor.
After 15 years, the Little Caesars franchise is back in Abingdon, Virginia.
BRISTOL, Va.—An Interstate 81 overpass struck by an over-height vehicle earlier this week was examined by design consultants Friday.
ABINGDON, Va.—A mother and daughter who operated a business that provided oversight to personal care aides caring for elderly and disabled individuals, pleaded guilty today in the U.S. District Court
BRISTOL, Va.—The report of a suspicious person around the Dollar Tree Store at Exit 7 along Interstate 81 has led Washington County Virginia Sheriff’s office deputies to charge a Kingsport man with on
ABINGDON, Va. – Johnston Memorial Hospital has awarded scholarships totaling $9,000 to nine Washington County, Va., high school graduates who excelled in athletics and academics or are planning to pur
Veterans across the country and here in the Tri-Cities can receive free dental care on June 27 from Aspen Dental.
Cash, ammunition, games and knives that were stolen from an apartment on Bloomingdale Road in Kingsport Tuesday morning led to the discovery of a vehicle that had been stolen twice.
After nearly 35 years of service, Mary Ann Compton will be retiring from the position of registrar.
Free movies will be shown on six Thursday evenings during June, July and August at The Pinnacle.
BLUFF CITY, Tenn. — The grievance filed by the city’s former court clerk against City Manager/Mayor Irene Wells isn’t valid because it was filed after her resignation, according to City Attorney Paul
Two artists with familial links to the 1927 Bristol Sessions will be featured during separate regional concerts that kick off the Crooked Road’s Mountains of Music Homecoming.
BRISTOL, Va. — Walls are rising rapidly on the Lowe’s Home Improvement warehouse as the second anchor tenant of The Falls begins to take shape.
The office of Commonwealth’s Attorney Dave Chapman filed an order Thursday saying it would not seek prosecution for Martese Johnson, 20.
BRISTOL, Tenn. – A weekend billiards tournament will support the Children's Miracle Network.
Rachel Fowlkes retires after serving as the first and only Director of the Higher Ed Center.
ABINGDON, Va.—A Washington County, Virginia, man faces theft and forgery charges following the theft of checks from mail boxes.
ELIZABETHTON, Tenn.—A Carter County grand jury will hear evidence regarding a Carter County man charged in connection with the deaths of a Sullivan County couple.
As young children run, climb and swing on the new playground equipment and tree houses at Bullitt Park, their laughter and squeals of joy are all anyone needs to see and hear to know the updated look