The Seal of Approval honor is presented annually to communities from across the U.S. that demonstrate a cutting-edge commitment to attract retirees through lifestyle programming, amenity development, communication programs and education.
The Rogersville chapter of the Quilts of Valor Foundation awarded quilts with patriotic designs Tuesday to six Hawkins County World War II veterans who were able to attend the Legion's Christmas dinner.
VIDEO & PHOTO GALLERY: The parents of Pfc. Lewis E. Price must have known he’d be coming home someday because they reserved a plot for him beside them at Highland Cemetery in Rogersville.
From a smokehouse robbery to a quartet of pigs named after the Beatles (”Ringo” ended up on the family’s menu), I’ve heard a lot about hog killing in the last two weeks.
No contribution is too small. Every penny helps the less fortunate in our region. This year’s Rescue Fund fundraising campaign begins today. Over the coming weeks, the Times News will publisjh stories sharing many of their struggles.
Most people know Jake Jacobs as the proprietor of the Amis Mill Eatery near Rogersville. What may be less known is that 50 years ago Capt. Jacobs was an Air Force fighter pilot who served a year in Vietnam and earned not one, but two Distinguished Flying Crosses.
To avoid interest and potential penalties, property owners must pay Sullivan County property taxes (which cover the period of Jan. 1, 2018, through Dec. 31, 2018) by Feb. 28, 2019.
Our Scrapbook Gallery features reader-submitted photos highlighting 'scrapbook' moments in their lives here in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Some of the photos also appear in print in our Sunday Stories section. To share your favorite
The Salvation Army depends on donations from the community to bring joy to needy families at Christmas. Toy drives, food drives, The Times-News Rescue Fund, direct mail solicitations as well as the iconic Red Kettle Campaign all help to make this possible.
“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.”
To submit an event, email the Sports Department at [email protected], fax listing information to (423) 392-1385 or contact the Sports Department after 6 p.m. at (423) 392-1323 or 1-800-251-0328, ext. 4323.
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.