Though Taylor Swift is the celebrity, Andrea Swift has become a recognizable figure among the pop star’s die-hard fans.
Health authorities are closely watching an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a new virus that originated in China.
Gas prices edged cheaper last week as gasoline stocks grew to 258 million barrels, a stock level not recorded by the Energy Information Administration in nearly a year.
To restock the supply — especially for O-negative, A-negative and B-negative blood types — Marsh Regional is encouraging all eligible blood donors to visit its collection centers or area blood drives to give blood as soon as possible.
The recognitions range from designing Christmas tree ornaments displayed on a tree at the White House to being recognized by a student leadership program called The Leader in Me with Lighthouse status.
The pay rate begins at $19 per hour plus 58 cents per mile in travel reimbursement. All positions include paid training.
The Tennessee Career Awareness and Preparation System will be piloted in Kingsport City Schools and five other systems across the state, but the online portal system with lesson plans will go statewide for public schools next year.
The Senate opens with debate on the structure and rules of the proceedings. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is proposing a condensed, two-day calendar for opening arguments on the articles passed by the House on Dec. 18.
The Hawkins County Commission will consider a “Second Amendment Sanctuary County” resolution when it meets in regular session Monday, which expresses opposition to “red flag laws” such as what has prompted massive protest this week in Virginia's capital.
An automotive seat manufacturer is planning a $23.5 million expansion in Tennessee expected to create 330 new jobs.
Alarmed by a deadly new twist in the nation’s drug addiction crisis, the government will allow states to use federal money earmarked for the opioid epidemic to help growing numbers of people struggling with meth and cocaine.
Thursday Sullivan County Commission meeting not all about liquor-by-the-drink referendum or body scanner for jail.
Rogersville Alderman Craig Kirkpatrick was remembered Monday as a conscientious public servant, a “voice of reason,” a good Christian and “an all around good fellow.”
The annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday parade - now in its 20the year - took place in downtown Kingsport Monday afternoon with more than 100 participants braving the cold weather to walk from East Sevier Avenue to the steps of city hall.
Rogersville City School students got to do the talking for a change during Tuesday's Board of Education meeting as they accepted awards for the school's Farm Bureau Essay and 4-H Public Speaking contests by presenting their winning speeches.