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ABINGDON, Va. — Concerns about the effect of hydraulic fracturing on local water supply, protecting the county and landowners from liability, and the effect natural gas wells and their accoutrements m
ABINGDON, Va. — Local veterans and service members come highly skilled, but many are under-employed or unemployed and might need help marketing themselves to local companies.
Outage should last a couple hours.
BRISTOL, Va. — The fate of The Falls legislation — and possibly the project itself — now lies with the Virginia Senate’s Finance Committee.
BRISTOL, Va. — The city appears poised to host a major outdoor concert later this year, following Monday’s sponsorship approval by BVU Authority.
Driver sent vehicle into a ditch
Man took deposit and didn't do work.
Rooted in Appalachia is run by Appalachian Sustainable Development, with support from the Convention and Visitor's Bureaus in Abingdon and Bristol, Va.
Repair work by Appalachian Electric Power will cause a temporary power outage to parts of Marion this afternoon.
Four felony charges have been filed against a Washington County, Va., man following a Washington County Sheriff’s Office investigation of possible meth-making in a self-storage unit.
Representatives from Congressman Morgan Griffith's office will be on hand in March to talk to constituents.
Many Civic Clubs and board meetings are abundant in the area
Rep. Curry Todd, R-Collierville, wants to eliminate standard time in Tennessee.
For seven years, David Leonard lived out of a motel room, traveling a lot but taking no vacations, and sending some of his earnings home. Raised on a Russell County, Va., farm that saw its first piece
ABINGDON, Va. — The vibe inside is eclectic and slightly urban — hand-painted tables and booths are set up in the main dining room, flanked by walls covered in brass instruments, Marilyn Monroe prints
ABINGDON, Va. — Members of the Washington County Board of Supervisors will decide Tuesday if they will appropriate another $75,000 to pay an attorney to help them work through a settlement agreement.
Have you ever grafted a fruit tree?
The 35th annual sale of the Virginia BCIA Southwest Bull Test will be Saturday, March 22, 2014 at noon. The sale will be held at the former Umberger sale facility, just outside Wytheville. The sale wi