"We’re gluing heads every day.” — Dr. Martha Parker, contracted by the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office to provide care for inmates in the county’s jail facilities
"He's a beautiful dog, and so sweet, and how someone could do that to him is beyond us. ... After what he's been through, to be so trusting and loving toward people is amazing." — Sandy Behnke
🎉 Prom 2019 is here and we’re showing off your best shots in our online galleries. Selected photos from each school may also appear in print. Here’s how to submit your Prom 2019 photos to the Times News.
Event raises money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Easter celebrations include everything from egg hunts to passion plays. Here's a look at what’s on tap in coming days. To add an event to the listing, email us at [email protected]
Organizers are expecting a record turnout for this year’s event. Now in its 23rd year, the event typically draws around 300 children, many of whom are underprivileged and may have never had the opportunity to go fishing.
When asked about the fare prices, airport Executive Director Gene Cossey responded: “I do anticipate this will drive the average fares down a little bit. I always encourage people to check early and often because times are flexible and seats are expensive.”
"This trip was important for the group because it gave many of the students and even some chaperones their first opportunity to visit our nations capitol. One of my personal favorite moments occurred as we crossed the Potomac River and the students were seeing monuments and memorials for the first time." — Brandon Linkous
“Why would you dump it on a riverbank when there’s a convenience center about 2.5 miles away that will take all of this stuff? Aside from the couches and tires, there are hundreds and hundreds of bags’ worth of trash we’ll have to pick up. — Joanne Irvin
Each month in “Going Places,” we highlight a unique trip or adventure experienced by one or more of our readers. This month’s travels take us to Egypt.
Earlier this year, the park announced that two of its most popular springtime events – the Spring Nature Festival and Dragonfly Day – will return for another year. Here is the complete schedule of activities.
If you throw your lunch in a non-insulated bag without an ice pack and leave it out of refrigeration for more than one to two hours, your food is at risk of being contaminated with microorganisms.
KINGSPORT — Imagine an entire university, its medical school and its hospital where no sugar-added drinks are sold or otherwise commercially distributed. The University of California at San Francisco halted sales of such products in 2015, and professor Laura Schmidt told a Healthy Kingsport meeting all about it at two meetings Tuesday.
Spring is here, and scores of celebrations are looming on the horizon! Easter, Mother’s Day, graduation, proms, weddings — all lending themselves beautifully to brunch!
INGSPORT — Tennessee General Assembly members, Kingsport’s school board isn’t very happy with your tobacco law. The board disagrees with the lack of local control on tobacco use on school campuses, as well as on pending voucher legislation getting traction among lawmakers that would allow public money to be used for private education.