The Department of Mines, Minerals & Energy will administer a $4.75 million federal grant to help with a project providing public water in Buchanan County.
Concert is being held at the Paramount.
Friends and family of the late Randy "Doc" Castle established a scholarship in his memory for students with academic promise and demonstrated financial need.
With the weather changing it is time for a fun visit to a park in the area
Police said woman staged rape scene at her home
Director of Schools Jubal Yennie told the county school board that the school district needs to make some decisions on the Innovation Academy.
A consulting team presented its preliminary findings from an ongoing-needs survey.
The Mountain Empire chapter of the American Red Cross sponsored the event
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — The engine roared to life in the early morning air Thursday at Tri-Cities Regional Airport. The single-engine plane slowly moved down the runway. Soon the plane floated into the s
Gary Reedy, who graduated from Emory & Henry College in 1978 and now serves as the worldwide vice president for government affairs and policy for Johnson & Johnson, was the keynote speaker at
BRISTOL, Va. — After weeks of wrangling with a fiscal 2014-15 budget termed the most difficult, heartbreaking ever, city school leaders must now try to bridge another $500,000 funding gap.
Internal fire doors made of steel prevented the blaze from spreading to the restaurant, fire officials said.
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — A caregiver at a Greeneville, Tenn. home has been arrested and charged by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations for physically assaulting a man in his care.
The TBI said Sara Ruth Hensley, 26, had been taking money used to pay bills and for day-to-day expenses for two elderly residents.
School divisions in Bristol, Va., and Russell County were recognized Thursday by the Virginia School Boards Association.
The Virginia govaernor said that young staffers sent the letter recently on his PAC's behalf without the his knowledge.
Hawkins County Clerk of Courts Sarah Davis was charged last month after a staffing dispute on Jan. 30.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation will use the grant to catalog and digitize 365,000 artifacts from President Andrew Jackson's home.
The purposely-set fires took place on Light Hollow Road and East Campground Road near Kingsport.
A guitar collector, not a musician, from the U.S. purchased the guitar.