“If you use the wrong chemicals you can damage these stones. And these stones are pieces of art.”
Tennesseans came in just under the national average, with 38 percent of respondents receiving a passing grade of at least six in 10 questions answered correctly.
In 2020 Ripley’s Believe It or Not! will celebrate 50 years as a staple attraction and landmark on the Gatlinburg strip. The building’s facade and indoor three-story “show” are new this year.
I won’t be able to drive toward Greenacres anymore without wishing I had a Bulova watch.
When I told a younger coworker I think about the Butcher banking scandal every Valentine’s Day, I was reminded again that the 1980s are to others what the 1950s were to me — BFM (before my time).
Should the top position in a local school system — director or superintendent — be won in a political race or filled by locally-elected school boards through a hiring and contract process?
Until 1968, Washington’s Birthday was celebrated on February 22.
“This exhibition is like we’re replacing a piece of the collection that was missing,” said Dini Cecil Pickering, greatgranddaughter of George Vanderbilt who was Biltmore’s founder.
The name Tennessee once applied only to a county, one of six that made up the area now a state — but then just a section of North Carolina.
If you’re a Sullivan County property owner and you haven’t paid your 2018 county property taxes, time is running out to do so before late fees kick in. The deadline is Feb. 28. Penalties will be charged beginning March 1 at a rate of 1.5 percent per month.