Social distancing guidelines were encouraged at the event, which was well attended, and streamed online.
Perhaps before Luke Meade gets to walk across the stage, the Sullivan East alum may have to match the 15,248 miles Forest Gump ran in the blockbuster movie. Or maybe it just seems that way.
Bo Hodges’ time with the East Tennessee State basketball program is officially over.
Ballad Health’s latest visitation policy and patient guidelines will go into effect Tuesday, May 26.
Cleary noted the survey results will be shared with DKA merchants, chamber members and area businesses so they are better prepared to meet consumer needs and concerns during the recovery process.
Fans helped build Bristol Motor Speedway into the largest true sports stadium in North America. Now, the massive stadium will be virtually empty for a BMS race week like never before.
Northeast Tennessee and far Southwest Virginia saw no increases in COVID-19 cases of deaths, according to Monday’s official reports.
The last emergency meals were served Thursday; the regular summer feeding program starts Tuesday, May 26.
At some point during the confrontation, Michael Snyder allegedly fired a weapon at deputies. One Hawkins County deputy and the Greene County deputy returned fire, striking him.
The last group of hikers stranded in the Devil’s Bathtub trail area emerged Monday after a wet and chilly night.
The 2019-20 athletic year was the year of individual accomplishments at Lee High. While the Generals teams battled throughout tough fall and winter sports, individuals performed strongly on both the golf course and the wrestling mat.
Volunteer High School principal Bobby Wines will be taking over as principal at Carters Valley Elementary as of July 1, and the school system is currently accepting applications for a the VHS principal and athletic director positions.
When at any local track meet, you can bet the house that one person will be there regardless of the situation. Many know him simply as “Doc,” but Jon Mather is so much more of an intricate part of track meets than just the guy at the check-in tent.
“As we celebrate the selfless and untiring performances of the healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, it brings to mind the military medics, doctors and nurses who sacrificed their lives while treating others on the battlefield.” — American Legion National Commander Bill Oxford.
Mickey Kiser is selling military history all the way from the American Revolution to present day. He’s doing it from 219 E. Center Street in downtown Kingsport.