ABINGDON, Va. — The start of a dialogue about refining and shaping the county’s emergency response plan was the goal of a Washington County Board of Supervisors workshop meeting attended by local emer
The mayors of both Bristols spoke at the chamber's second annual State of the Cities event at the Bristol Train Station Thursday.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — Fire and rescue personnel said two people working in a building into which a sports utility vehicle crashed Thursday afternoon are lucky to be alive.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Four highway projects and a major store opening could impact traffic plans and patterns for race week next week at Bristol Motor Speedway, city Transportation Planning Engineer David
Subtle pin drop notes twinkle like raindrops on a tin roof.
ROANOKE, Va. — As Cheddar’s Casual Cafe slowly began to fill up with the lunchtime crowd, giggles from two people in a booth stuck out.
More than 100 cases of mailbox vandalism were reported earlier this week.
After hundreds of exhibits and 45 witnesses over the last three weeks, prosecutors rested their corruption case Thursday against former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
Jack Dempsey, vice president and general manager of WCYB-TV, is the 40th recipient of the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters’ Distinguished Service Award.
Three people were taken to the hospital when a vehicle crashed into a building
The National Resources Defense Council is asking federal environmental officials to strip the state's authority over underground injection wells for fracking waste.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals clarified Thursday that same-sex couples in Virginia may get married beginning next Thursday at 8 a.m. unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes and puts a hold on
Appalachian Fair, Buechner lecture series, a slice of Bristol history and more are coming up this weekend in Sunday Community.
Susan Schneider said that Williams, 63, was struggling with depression, anxiety and the Parkinson's diagnosis.
Even before going into the third grade, young Max Carpenter experienced a rare thrill in Sevierville.
In book after book, author Chuck Thompson asks "Why?"
Second annual event held at Bristol Train Station
Thomas Edgar Wilson has been arrested twice in the past three weeks for cashing customers' life insurance policies, police said.
The first class will be held Aug. 27 from noon to 1:30 p.m., according to the statement.
A unique dining experience in an unusual place awaits 60 diners next month.