The cost of providing a decent Christmas to each child is between $75 and $100 each, which puts the ministry’s annual budget for Christmas for the Children right around $20,000. Saturday’s Toy Run raised $1,650.
Eastside junior Garrett Whited is the Times News/Johnson City Press Southwest Virginia player of the week after helping his team to an exciting Cumberland District win over Thomas Walker last Friday night.
Daniel Boone needed a win to secure the second seed in next week’s Big 6 volleyball tournament. The Lady Trailblazers got what they were looking for Tuesday night against rival David Crockett.
Science Hill wrapped up the regular-season District 1-AAA girls soccer title Tuesday night, but Dobyns-Bennett made sure it didn’t come easy.
The Dobyns-Bennett volleyball team completed an undefeated run through the Big 6 Conference on Tuesday with a 25-12, 25-21, 25-15 win over Tennessee High inside the Buck Van Huss Dome.
Former Coeburn and King star Hannah Light was recently named the new coach of the John Battle softball squad.
The Tri-Cities region made its presence felt Tuesday in the TSSAA Large Class Golf Championships at WillowBrook Golf Course.
The charges against Nathan Alexander Kirkland come after investigators were able to download eight child pornography videos from his computer over a two month period using the peer-to-peer file sharing program eMule.
Chris Calendine earned that loyalty and support for a reason. For 17 years, he was not only a local pediatrician, he was also a part of the community and generous with his money and time.
Do you have “casual Fridays” in your workplace? Did you know it all started in Hawaii with “Aloha shirts?”
Ballad Health Executive Chairman, President and CEO Alan Levine went to bat for rural hospitals in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday by advocating a major legislative change to Medicare.
Video surveillance from 7:50 a.m. at the Comfort Inn motel in Rogersville reportedly shows Justin Robert Feagins, 26, shoot another man in the side abdomen area in what RPD Chief Doug Nelson described as an apparent “business transaction gone bad.”
BLOUNTVILLE — Bridge Home No Kill Animal Rescue is in the business of saving lives, that’s why it was more than upsetting for shelter employees when they recently found a dog had collapsed near their property and died.
A longtime CHPD officer was suspended without pay following an off duty incident last week in which he was accused of rear ending a van with his pickup twice, and then roughing up the van's driver in front of his children.
The Bays Mountain Park Association supports the park financially in maintaining and operating the Nature Center and programs, including the summer day camp. It also employs two part-time staff to assist in Nature Center operations and up to eight seasonal employees.