One lucky duck sponsor will win $2,500 ~ and nine others will take home prizes ~ during the July 28 event at the Kingsport Aquatic Center. Proceeds benefit Mountain Region Speech and Hearing Center.
Some local folks in Blountville are opposed to a roundabout replacing a traffic signal at a four-way intersection.
BLOUNTVILLE — The 24-member Sullivan County Commission voted Monday, by a narrow margin, to reduce the governing body’s size to 18 members with the 2022 elections. The resolution also reduces the number of commissioner districts in the county from the current 11 to 9 in 2022.
Pump prices rose last week after reports that seven Gulf Coast refineries were dealing with various operational issues. Some of the issues have already been resolved, while others could take weeks, AAA reported.
Kingsport Fun Fest runs from July 13-21, and several events will be happening each day. Get tomorrow’s schedule of events here. For the complete schedule, visit www.funfest.net.
The park’s free series of events, called Summer in the Park, offers plenty of opportunities for families to get outside and socialize with others. Here is a sampling of activities you and your family can enjoy this week.
If you love bestselling authors and book bargains, you'll really love the new sale table of gently-used hardcover book club editions at I Love Books in Kingsport.
Do you know how many justices serve on the United State Supreme Court? How about how long they get to stay?
Rhythm in Riverview will be held this evening at the V.O. Dobbins Complex field in Kingsport. As in years past, the event will include food vendors, live music and a variety of other entertainment.
Children under the age of four have the highest drowning rates in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Among those children who die from an unintentional injury, one-third is due to drowning. A Murfreesboro-based organization hopes to improve this statistic.
Times News reporter Jeff Bobo spent his Sunday FunFest at the Food Trucks at Allandale, Croquet at Allandale, and Farmfest at the Exchange Place. Here are a few of the photos he took along the way.
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 event, called The Global Leadership Summit, aims to provide “world-class leadership training” to people from all walks of life, and registration is open now.
Gabriel Geay of Tanzania became the first runner from his native country to win the Crazy 8s 8K after finishing in 22:42 on Saturday night, earning the Teleperformance $5,000 “Dash for the Gold.”