A Rogersville man with a history of violence related to mental health issues was charged with domestic assault and false imprisonment Sunday after he allegedly held his mother against her will for more than nine hours.
Kingsport — Rickles the chocolate Lab, left without a home last year when his military member owner was deployed overseas, now has a forever home with room to roam, six dog buddies and a pond to boot.
The last day of Fun Fest’s Kids’ Central ended Wednesday with the Splash Dance at the V.O Dobbins Sr. Complex, with water provided by the Kingsport Fire Department. Even in the rain, kids played their hearts out in the water sprayed by the KFD.
“My conclusion is, and I cannot stress this enough, that if she returns to any member of this family she will die. I think she has suffered enough at the hands of these individuals and nothing deserves this kind of treatment.” — Janie Coke
Martin Dentistry has three convenient locations to serve you, and is welcoming new patients at their Kingsport, Colonial Heights and Johnson City locations.
A Washington County jury Wednesday acquitted a former East Tennessee State University student of civil rights intimidation charges resulting from his gorilla-masked appearance at a campus Black Lives Matter rally in 2016.
City Manager Fred Ramey told the council at its Tuesday meeting that the 200-foot-long sandstone block wall between Ridge Avenue and Craig Street has been monitored since 2017 after residents in that area reported shifting and bulging in the wall.
If newly sworn-in Kingsport Mayor Pat Shull has his plan come to fruition, some $5 million will be invested in city streets over just the next 12 months, making a significant difference in the city’s appearance and road conditions.
Shane Hall allegedly jumped on the hood of the victim’s 2008 Ford F-150 pickup, causing a dent — and then started hitting the front windshield and screaming obscenities.
Investigators are still seeking a Kingsport man who was reported missing nearly three months ago, saying there is legitimate cause to be concerned for his health and welfare.
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., announced on the Senate floor Tuesday that a planned Trump administration rule change will help curb the trend of rural hospital closures in Tennessee. Ballad President and CEO Alan Levine says the proposal could bring Ballad Health new income — anywhere from $20 million to $50 million a year.
The Hob-Nob, one of Scott County’s most beloved places, has been serving hamburgers at the same location since 1952.
A public fundraising campaign for the project is now underway and will continue for the next 30 days.
Through this partnership, ReVIDA and 180 Health Partners will coordinate care for expectant mothers at all seven ReVIDA locations in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Hunter Newton stated in his report, “Lorne said he set the field fire because he knew someone would show up and then possibly give him a ride.”