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This is a great time of year to catch up and get ahead of farm maintenance.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. - Sullivan County authorities are investigating a crash that sent four to nearby hospitals.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — BTN-TN has recently been broadcasting films from another era – before digitizing, before color, and some before audio.
BRISTOL — Believe in Bristol will sponsor the annual Christmas Open House in downtown Bristol tonight from 5-8.
CHESTERFIELD, Va. — Wheelchairs line the edge of Gregory's Pond in Chesterfield County; some of their occupants carry fishing poles, others take in the view or relish in their shared military history
Local company collects used cooking and motor oil and takes it to companies to be recycled for new uses
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Just about everything can be recycled — including used cooking oil and motor oil.
President Barack Obama’s use of executive power to halt deportations of about 4 million undocumented immigrants will potentially change the legal status of tens of thousands now living in Virginia unl
Editor’s note: This is the third story in a series about the United Way of Bristol, the agencies it funds and the people they help in the community. United Way is in the midst of its annual fundraisin
The Washington County Board of Supervisors will consider allocating funds for the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Revenue Sharing Program to move a road that’s in the way of expansion of the c
In addition to local restaurant mainstays, some more mobile food options were available in downtown Lynchburg Saturday.
BERRYVILLE, Va. — Hawaiian singer and musician Don Ho would be proud.
Alannah Richardson has flourished in the Lynchburg City Schools system. An E.C. Glass High School senior in the division’s early college program, Richardson said she’s encountered teachers who care ab
BRISTOL, Tenn. — For nearly a century, L.C. King Manufacturing Company relied on general stores to sell its clothing lines.
WASHINGTON — Are reverse mortgages headed in reverse? Based on forthcoming federal rule changes for seniors who expect to apply for one, you might think so. But as a taxpayer, you might say, bravo: To
“Bean by Bean: A Cookbook” by Crescent Dragonwagon, is concerned with the many ways one can fix different kinds of beans to eat.
Today Bristol’s historic East Hill Cemetery appears to be a place of peaceful solitude. Seldom does the day go by that people don’t go there to walk or to meditate or to visit graves of loved ones or
In addition to Santa Claus and several helpers, six-time Grammy Award winner Amy Grant rode the train for 110 miles from Shelby, Kentucky, to Kingsport, Tennessee, making 14 stops along the way.
The Open House and horse and buggy rides take place Monday from 5 to 8 p.m.
BRISTOL, Va. — With retailers already discounting prices on everything from clothing to big screen TVs, consumers no longer have to wait for Black Friday or even Thanksgiving Day to harvest holiday ba