Before the summer of 2019, I had never been to Europe. That changed when I went on a three-week-long exchange in Berlin through my high school’s German American Partnership Program.
I am a child of the 60s, teen of the 70s, and a young adult of the 80s. Awhiff of this or that cologne can bring back sweet memories (even if that old bottle actually smells a bit putrid).
I’m wondering who I might see, and looking forward to some good eating, this weekend. If all is well and Mom isn’t having a bad vertigo day, we’ll be heading to Kyles Ford for the annual Willis Cemetery memorial service.
After my recent column about the movie “The Longest Day,” I received several nice messages from people who were interested in learning more about their own relatives who might have fought in D-Day as well as what was happening in the region at that time.
Beginning at about 1:40 p.m., callers to 911 reported a suspicious man carrying a pistol on Clinchfield Street, then on Revere Street, then at Glen Bruce Park.
Editor’s note: Kristin Thorneloe, a Dobyns-Bennett High School senior, is spending time in the Times News newsroom this semester as part of a work-based learning program. She will be taking photographs for the newspaper and writing occasional columns and stories.
With 600 members, today’s Hammond Post 3 ranks among the four largest American Legion posts in Tennessee. Its membership could swell thanks to a law signed recently by President Donald Trump.
There was a white flash of a bass belly in the murky water and my slack line straitened out. I set the hook and started reeling it in, and right away I knew this was no bite size bluegill. The gears on my $9.99 Zebco started stripping out.
On June 12, 1937 the Legion Pool and Recreation Center wad dedicated with a keynote speech from Gov. Gordon Browning.
Just when I thought I wouldn’t be visiting my old college stomping grounds so much in the near future, I found out I will be after all.
Shortly after noon, police were alerted to a man on Center Street, "getting on to vehicles and refusing to get off."
It’s been 15 years since Skoby’s closed. And nine since its contents were auctioned and the building demolished. But you are not alone if you still crave its food.
With the “D-Day 75th Anniversary” event hosted by A Walk in Their Boots taking place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, I’ve been thinking about movies based on D-Day.
Unplanned grazing can contribute to hunger and satiety issues and eating too many calories overall. Avoid a never-ending snack time and focus on planned snacks at home and at after-school events with the following tips.
This week we take a look at the homecoming for the remains of Sergeant Hagan Hammond and Corporal Joseph Tribble in 1921.