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BREAKS, Va. — Tucked away in a valley high above Grassy Creek in Dickenson County, the region’s first cantilever bridges are taking shape, foot by balanced foot.
Firemen were able to keep the fire from spreading into the nearby house.
Bristol, Tenn., City Council voted two months ago to repeal a 2009 vote that exercised the locality’s ability to ban guns carried by permit holders in their parks and now allow weapons in the possessi
Significant obstacles remain before the bill clears the General Assembly and can be signed by the governor.
The driver of the tractor-trailer that hit the pedestrian was interviewed and released at the scene with no charges filed.
Snowdrifts up to 5 feet high blocked portions of U.S. 221 in Roanoke County and Virginia 8 in Floyd County.
Violators could be fined up to $500.
Officials say about one-quarter of Virginia community college adjuncts had to reduce their teaching loads.
The devastating loss derails the United Auto Workers union's effort to organize Southern factories.
Many area churches offer worship services
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Months of calls for his dismissal by many students and a vote of no confidence by two-thirds of the faculty earlier this week culminated with the resignation Friday of longtime King U
On Thursday, Ed Hatcher’s work in this world came to an end with his death at the age of 85.
Mayors of Bristol, Va., Bristol, Tenn., Kingsport and Johnson City banded together Friday morning and issued a joint proclamation declaring this weekend “Sweetheart Weekend."
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. – It appears Richard Venable wants his old job back.
Although the first day of spring is just
Dr. Richard Ray is now interim president. A nationwide search will determine the next school leader.
Former mayor retired recently from Networks.
RICHMOND, Va. — More than 74,000 Virginians have enrolled in health plans through the federal insurance marketplace.
It started as your typical American love story.