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Harris is slated to perform on opening night of the 14th annual downtown Bristol music festival, scheduled Sept. 19-21.
Workforce training and drug addiction are two major issues facing local employers.
Chief among the supported projects was the proposed Innovation Highway in Wise County, improvements to Interstate 81 at exits 7, 17 and 19, and the Moccasin Gap Bypass in Scott County.
Mayor Guy Odum expressed concern for struggling Virginia Intermont College Tuesday but said the city’s hands are financially tied.
Chancellor Donna Price Henry was formally inaugurated Tuesday at a ceremony on the UVa-Wise campus.
BRISTOL, Va. — Incumbent Ed Harlow touts his roles in improving the city’s working relationship with Washington County, Va., getting legislation for The Falls approved and attracting business as he bi
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Casey Amber Nickels, 28, of Bristol, Tenn., is facing three charges, including driving while having a revoked license.
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — The owner of a Bristol, Tenn., head shop that was raided twice in one year by federal drug agents pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to bath salt related charges.
Gregory Marlow, 28, will have a jury trial beginning May 19 after being indicted for the second-degree murder of Leah Marie Dye, 2, of Abingdon.
Twenty-nine Virginia high schools, including six from this region, were named among the nation's 100 best for personal finance instruction.
The bogus officer tried to get people to pay fines using a Green Dot prepaid card through a PayPal account.
Jesse Graves, a Tennessee native, will speak at the event.
Police said the husband had criticized his wife's driving on the way to church.
Jacqueline Crank was convicted of misdemeanor child neglect. She believed her child could be resurrected after death, according to testimony.
Jerry Dugger, 49, died of injuries sustained in the crash. Dugger pulled into the path of a cement truck on Hwy. 75.
The event will be held Saturday from 1-4 p.m. at the muster grounds in Abingdon.
RICHMOND, Va. — A profane message left on the attorney general's public comment line has cost a Yorktown man $250.
Three sites planned for drug take-back
Tennessee First lady Crissy Haslam will launch a Tree Education Program at the Tennessee Residence today.