The season is in full swing at area farmers markets, and many people, like Abingdon, Virginia resident Dallard Lowe, love the chance to purchase local fresh produce.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — School is in session later this month on State Street and an International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame inductee is at the head of the class.
PINEY FLATS, Tenn. — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency said a Bristol, Virginia girl was killed Friday in the jet ski crash on Boone Lake in Sullivan County.
BRISTOL, Va. — Appalachian music cascades like a mountain stream through every pore of the gleaming new Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
One person was reported injured in Saturday crash.
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BRISTOL, Va. — City leaders plan to soon ask a local court to validate its plans to issue revenue bonds for The Falls commercial center.
BRISTOL, Va. — A third craft brewery is expected to open in the Twin City with Friday’s announcement that Bristol Brewery Downtown will open on Piedmont Avenue.
RICHMOND, Va. — Big Tobacco may soon get smaller.
The Bristol Herald Courier won 13 awards — including three first-place honors — in the 2014 University of Tennessee – Tennessee Press Association State Press Contests.
Carter County, Tenn. candidates on the August ballot have been invited to a forum at Elizabethton High School on July 17.
Randall Dwight Walton II, 32, was ordered to serve 50 years in prison on multiple charges related to a child rape case.
A Clintwood, Va. woman died Thursday in a crash at the Pound River Campground in Dickenson County.
The crash occurred just after 2:45 p.m. Friday afternoon near Goodman Cemetery Road area on the lake.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A federal appeals court is declining to stand in the way of the Obama administration's efforts to block water pollution from mountaintop removal coal mining.
Police have charged James Franklin Puckett, Jr., 28, of stealing six utility trailers in the Kingsport area of Sullivan County.
Republican Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey has led an effort to defeat one or all of the sitting justices on the ballot in August.
The $25,000 pavilion overlooks the housing complex public garden area and will also compliment a new patio area.
UPDATE: Bristol Brewery Downtown, a new locally owned craft brewery will open in the former Bristol bus station. City officials announced the agreement with Ken Monyak.
Many summer events are being held in the region