Just when I thought I wouldn’t be visiting my old college stomping grounds so much in the near future, I found out I will be after all.
Shortly after noon, police were alerted to a man on Center Street, "getting on to vehicles and refusing to get off."
It’s been 15 years since Skoby’s closed. And nine since its contents were auctioned and the building demolished. But you are not alone if you still crave its food.
With the “D-Day 75th Anniversary” event hosted by A Walk in Their Boots taking place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park, I’ve been thinking about movies based on D-Day.
Unplanned grazing can contribute to hunger and satiety issues and eating too many calories overall. Avoid a never-ending snack time and focus on planned snacks at home and at after-school events with the following tips.
This week we take a look at the homecoming for the remains of Sergeant Hagan Hammond and Corporal Joseph Tribble in 1921.
Many kids with food allergies will outgrow them eventually, but until then, it is important to read food labels to make sure that there are no potential ingredients with the allergen in the product.
You don’t have to travel far to enjoy experiencing history. At the end of this month there will be a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself into World War II right here in the Tri-Cities.
At Bristol Motor Speedway, EMS personnel alerted police to a woman who had "snuck" into the back of an ambulance. The intoxicated female — who was accompanied by her 13-year-old son — refused to get out, stated that she "knows her rights" and demanded to be driven somewhere.
Have you ever wondered where American Legion Hammond Post #3 got its name?
According to a June report on leisure activities from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, people ages 15-54 read just 10 minutes or less a day. The most common leisure activity – watching TV – accounted for half of all leisure time at 2.8 hours a day, the report stated.
Police heard five gunshots on Dale Street, then spotted an armed man in the backyard of a residence. He complied with orders to put his hands up, then advised he hadn't realized officers were "so close by."
After last week’s column, I’m sure every antique truck and car enthusiast was very unhappy with me. I could almost hear them. “Come on, Ned. How can you write about a cross-country convoy in 1919 and say nothing about the trucks?” This week’s column will fix that.
Some folks go to boat shows, gun shows and car shows. Some of us go to Nats.
In a summer of 50th anniversaries, this weekend marks the one some credit with bringing the swinging Sixties to a screeching halt.