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BRISTOL, Va. — Music fans and downtown visitors can now “Take the Stage,” after a local arts organization unveiled its latest outdoor sculpture Thursday.
BRISTOL, Va. — About two dozen law enforcement officers took over Virginia High School on Thursday to conduct active shooter training.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — City residents will be able to vote their preference about grocery stores selling wine when they go to the polls in November.
Trustees in the state are responsible for tax collection in their counties as well as distribution of revenues to the operating department and the temporary investment of idle funding, according to th
Check these events out: Mustered Courage, Jo Dee Messina and Jake and the Comet Conductors. Carrying on in the nature of the historical weekend forthcoming, Carlene Carter leads this week’s free MP3 d
HILTONS, Va. — Pushing into its fourth decade this summer, the Carter Family Memorial Festival ranks among the longest running musical traditions of The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail.
The company said 2015 industry forecasts show Central Appalachian coal production will be less than half of its 2009 output.
An Elizabethton man faces theft charges after Johnson City police say he stole a trailer and sold it at a metal recycling center.
The new rules target black lung disease, which has killed more than 76,000 miners since 1968.
ABINGDON, Va. - A Washington County, Virginia, man is facing multiple charges, following an investigation conducted by the Washington County Virginia Sheriff’s Office.
Nationally known gospel radio personality Vania Edwards - Ms. Vee - is one of the organizers of a gospel showcase to benefit Bristol's Citizens Cemetery.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — John Vann, a business management consultant at The Summit Companies, has been elected chairman of Bristol Regional Medical Center’s board of directors.
ABINGDON, Va. - Ten recipients of the Medal of Honor will serve as grand marshals for the upcoming Food City 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
BRISTOL, Va. - A new interactive music-themed sculpture attracted a number of folks to pose for photos, moments after it was unveiled this morning at Cumberland Square Park.