Photos focus on aspects of Latino community in Appalachia
Republicans are fighting back against what they call the Obama administration's "war on coal."
The Bristol, Va., School Board will hold its third of four meetings about rezoning options tonight [Thursday] at Highland View Elementary.
Two people wanted on attempted murder charges in Sullivan County were arrested Wednesday night in Washington County, Va.
The Shamrock 4 Miler Road Race and Leprechaun Walk raised more than $6,000 last year.
Lots of exhibits for your enjoyment are on display
A renewed Mark Newton and Steve Thomas visit Johnson City’s Down Home on March 19 as men on a mission.
History thrives in the Carolina Chocolate Drops.
Dangermuffin helms this week’s free MP3 downloads. Check out Music Notes in Short Takes.
On State Street, it has grown particularly dark at the Paramount Center for the Arts.
EMORY, Va. -- A new scholarship at Emory & Henry College will be given to students who exhibit qualities of service in honor of a longtime state delegate who is known for giving selflessly to othe
Senate bill 673 was referred to and reported out of the House Finance Committee by an 18-4 vote.
The $27.5 million fine is the largest ever for violations of water pollution permits.
The first woman to serve on the federal bench in the Eastern District of Tennessee is a Southwest Virginia native who lived in Bristol.
BRISTOL, Va. — The investigation into BVU Authority’s finances has been wide-ranging, but should wrap up next month, the investigator said Wednesday.
Mark Costa said the community must do more to invest in amenities like restaurants, shops and movie theaters.
Governor Bill Haslam has reservations about the bill that would strip localities of their power to allow guns.
The worker was completing a task on the airfield lighting system when the accident occurred.