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December 15th, 2013 12:00 pm by Staff reports

Top stories you may have missed

Of One Accord seeks help for family of seven on the verge of homelessness in Rogersville

The power of prayer can’t be underestimated, but it has yet to be determined if that will be enough to help a Rogersville family of seven who are on the verge of becoming homeless.

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Man rescued from house fire by three people

A man was saved from a house fire in Kingsport thanks to the quick thinking of three people, one of them a teenager. 

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17-year-old Lynn Garden crash victim dies

A Church Hill teenager died Wednesday  from injuries he received in a multiple-vehicle car crash that occurred last weekend in Lynn Garden.

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Blountville woman dies from injuries in Fort Henry crash

Injuries suffered last Monday in a Fort Henry Drive crash have proved fatal for a Blountville woman.

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Happy Snaps photos at the Rogersville Christmas parade

Photos taken by our Happy Snaps team at the Rogersville Christmas parade. 

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Happy Snaps photos at the Kingsport Christmas tree lighting celebration

Photos taken by our Happy Snaps team at the Kingsport Christmas tree lighting celebration.

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Missing Bulls Gap man found deceased in field near home

A Hawkins County man who has been missing since Nov. 15 was found Saturday deceased in a field near his home.

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The Kingsport Times-News celebrated its Scott County, VA, subscribers with a Holiday party at Natural Tunnel State Park!

The special tunnel lighting party was entertained by The Empty Bottle String Band, hot concessions and a special visit by Santa himself! 

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Heritage Point site at a development crossroads

The future of the Heritage Point Towne Center commercial development appears to be coming to a crossroads.

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Sullivan highway commissioner retires as TBI probes department

Sullivan County's interim highway commissioner is retiring from his post, while the district attorney's office confirms an investigation into alleged improprieties within his department was launched more than two months ago. 

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