Scouts BSA Troop 250, chartered at Mafair United Methodist Church, became one of the first local units to offer a troop for girls and leaders say it’s been “amazing to watch.”
The Salvation Army depends on donations from the community to bring joy to needy families at Christmas.Those who think they might need assistance with food and toys should call the Kingsport office to schedule an interview.
Kandy Childress will be leaving her role as the executive director of Health Kingsport to accept a position at Ballad Health.
This fall, Jersey Mike’s and the Times News are teaming up to give you a chance to win weekly prizes in our Sports Live Fan Photo Contest.
City Manager Chris McCartt admits that solving the homeless issue is not an easy task, but believes that leveraging partnerships and relationships is a key strategy and goal of managing the situation.
You share your photos and we show them off in our Scrapbook Gallery! Each week, we feature photos highlighting the 'scrapbook' moments in the lives of our readers in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
If you’re looking for a job, the Boys & Girls Club may have an opportunity for you. The club is looking to fill several positions for part-time youth development professionals, and prior experience is not required.
South speedster Julian Reed dazzled from the get-go, breaking the first play from scrimmage for a 68-yard touchdown and scoring three more times, to lead the Rebels to a 42-12 interstate victory.
Chuckey-Doak senior Hayden Rush had 197 all-purpose yards and scored two touchdowns as the Black Knights cruised to a convincing 34-7 nonconference win over host Sullivan North.
Chuckey-Doak senior Hayden Rush was a one-man wrecking crew on Friday night, leading the Black Knights to a 34-7 nonconference win over host Sullivan North in Thunder Valley.
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Trucks of all types, vintages and descriptions will be the featured vehicles at Sunday’s Dan'l Boone Region Antique Automobile Club of America fall meet and all-vehicle car show.
This will be the only Dollar General location in Northeast Tennessee to sell wine and it’s the only alcohol license the company is actively pursuing in our region. The company does not have an exact timeline on when the Memorial Boulevard location will begin to sell wine.
Every Saturday and Sunday through October be sure to visit the dam for SunWatch from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Look through a telescope to witness the Sun up close and in detail.
Even though the City of Kingsport is covering the gap between what’s been raised and the total cost of the project, fundraising has not and will not stop. Every dollar raised will lower the amount of money Kingsport will ultimately have to pay to finish the project.