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Tennessee 4-H camps Columbia, Crossville and Greeneville are looking for children to participate in this summer's programs.
There are many clubs to join or meetings to attend in the area
First Lady making stops at health centers, schools, businesses across region today.
Ashley Monroe brings her rhinestones sparkling sound to the Bonnie Kate Theatre in Elizabethton on April 11.
Knoxville’s Dirty Guv’nahs strike eight chords in this week’s free MP3 downloads. Check out Music Notes in Short Takes.
Many exhibits are on display in the area
Several generations and revolutions in rock came and went during the Zombies’ years apart. However, when they regrouped in the late 1990s, their sound of old returned spot on as if new.
Concerts are abundant in the local region
Joe Deel deals in hamburgers of all stripes and heights at the heart of the Twin City. His restaurant is called the Burger Bar.
On Friday, April 11, the Redbuds & Bluegrass “Coalfields Reunion” Mountain Music Festival kicks off at 7 p.m. at Honaker High School.
ABINGDON, Va. — First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe will visit the area today, talking about Medicare expansion and children's health.
PINEY FLATS, Tenn. — Speedway Children’s Charities wants to lure fly fishing enthusiasts to Bristol Motor Speedway April 25-27 for the second annual Thunder Valley Fly and Wine.
There are still a few issues the members of the Washington County Planning Commission wants to iron out.
Mark Lineburg is now eligible for the Virginia School Superintendent of the Year award, which will be announced later this year.
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of three articles on the candidates seeking the Republican nomination for Sullivan County highway commissioner. The primary is May 6.
ABINGDON, Va. — Attorneys in two cases between CNX Gas and landowners who are suing for millions of dollars in natural gas royalties will have to put their heads together in the next three weeks to fi
A mock disaster set up at the Omni Source auto recycling business off Bob Morrison Boulevard, to provide state training for firefighters from Bristol, Va., to Pulaski. Exercises occurred under the wat
Board of Medicine said Jeffery Ginther is "not safe" to practice medicine because of mental issues he has failed to address.
Bobby Denton had worked as the PA announcer for Tennessee football since 1967.
A car went out of control after it was struck by a Dodge Durango, jumped a curb and smashed into the daycare.