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BRISTOL, Va. – Authorities needed less than three hours Sunday to apprehend a city man they said robbed a local store.
The U.S. Mint is issuing a quarter honoring Shenandoah National Park this week.
A Kingsport man faces multiple charges following a chase and two traffic crashes Sunday night.
LOVINGSTON, Va. (AP) — An attorney for a man charged with first-degree murder in the case of a missing Nelson County teenager is asking a judge to suppress search warrants.
People who missed their window to sign up may still be able to take advantage of a grace period and other special extensions announced last week.
The family-friendly festival will be Saturday, June 21, rain or shine, at Grayson Highlands State Park in Mouth of Wilson, Va. Visit www.waynehenderson.org for more details.
Abingdon High School's Falcon Marching Band will hold a giant indoor yard sale next weekend.
Easter breads are on the table for next week's Cooking Along The Crooked Road class.
The need for food assistance is at an all-time high.
Civic clubs and meetings are abundant in the area
Local Food Guides are hot off the press. These Local Food Guides are like a phone book for all things local food. Look for them in area restaurants, farmers markets, and other businesses. The Guide is
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Residents in neighborhoods surrounding a UPM Pharmaceuticals plant (once owned by King Pharmaceuticals) will get information tonight about how they can receive possibly thousands of d
MARION, Va. — The walls in Randy Glass’ classroom are covered with his interests — a Darth Vader mask here, some Civil War memorabilia there, baseball cards stacked in boxes in the corner.
ABINGDON, Va. — A called meeting of the Washington County School Board will be held tonight to discuss the procedures to fill the seat that is vacant due to the death of longtime board member Herschel
Twelve public school instructors from both school systems in Bristol will be honored for their classroom contributions during a special dinner held in their honor by the Rotary Club of Bristol VA/TN.
BY LURAH LOWERY
BRISTOL, Va. - Law enforcement authorities have captured the man they say pulled a knife on a store employee at a store near I-81's Exit 7.
Volunteers who recently cleaned up the roadside and woods along Mill Mountain Parkway picked up 625 empty canisters of whipped topping.
The camp sustained damage to its main lodge and most of its camping cabins on Aug. 5, 2012.