“I love the game and I’ve always enjoyed it. The fact that we still get to play competitive makes it all the more fun, too.”
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For a contribution of $6 per day, $30 per week or $126 per month you can ensure that one disabled senior in the Rogersville area receives one hot meal delivered to their home Monday through Friday.
The Times News handed out about 200 free tickets to Wednesday's Kingsport Mets game, but it's unlikely that anyone had more fun than 87-year-old Barbara Bell who attended her first professional baseball game in 30 years.
The 2015 murder of Margaret Jack Sliger, and subsequent investigation that led to the conviction of her 14-year-old neighbor Kyle Robert Wolfe, will be the subject of a July 31 episode of “Murder Comes to Town” on the Investigation Discovery network.
Bill Craddock, who received a high school diploma Thursday in Rogersville, is also invited to walk with the Volunteer High School Class of 2019 next spring, and receive his diploma again in an official graduation ceremony.
The commission had hoped to vote on the budget at its July 23 meeting, but in light of the discussion that took place at Friday’s workshop, the vote won’t come earlier than Aug. 27.
Carol Horner applied to the ministry's "Operation Good Neighbor" program for emergency repairs on her Mooresburg home seven years ago, and had all but forgotten about it. In the meantime an old leak had caused her kitchen floor to deteriorate beneath the sink and cabinets to the point that you can literally push your hand through it.
Every year Rogersville’s Of One Accord ministry hosts dozens of mission teams from across the country that come to Hawkins County to volunteer in a variety of capacities, and help share the word of God.
Brookhaven Manor, a 180-bed nursing home located at 2035 Stonebrook Place, was ordered last month not to admit any new residents based on conditions found during an annual and complaint survey conducted March 5 – March 21.
The Blake is comparable in pricing to other senior housing options in the area, but its list of amenities adds value to what families will be getting for their money.
In 2016 Church Hill was awarded a state grant that paid most of the purchase price for the new bus. Church Hill's required matching funds of the $60,000 vehicle was only $4,700.
For the third consecutive month, the Hawkins County Commission was presented with a resolution sponsored by commissioners Michael Herrell and Fred Castle seeking an exemption of the $40 wheel tax increase for senior citizens.