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Washington County wants Deed Book A back and has every legal right to it. The region should join in that demand. After 120 years, it's time the book was returned home.
A 1927 lynching of a black murder suspect will be the subject of a Virginia historical marker in 2021.
An ongoing effort to educate the public about three early 20th century lynchings in Wise County has gotten the go-ahead to plan placement of a memorial marker.
This year, despite the coronavirus pandemic, Rocky Mount is proud to expand its tour offerings to include a daytime tour, “A Colonial Christmas.” This tour will feature a guided history lesson through the historic homestead as tourists learn about the Christmas traditions of East Tennessee’s first frontiersmen.
Called “I Jonathan, A Charleston Tale of the Rebellion,” the book weaves true events together with the fictional story of one man who experiences them firsthand.
Because of the pandemic, a Veterans Day Drive-thru Breakfast was held in the parking lot of the Mount Zion Holiness Church at the corner of Dunbar and Louis streets on Wednesday morning.
The Tri-Cities Civil War Roundtable will meet Monday, Oct. 12, in the Little Theater of the Kingsport Renaissance Center, 1200 E. Center St.
Kingsport’s Long Island Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is not allowing the COVID-19 pandemic to keep it from fulfilling its DAR mission: patriotism, education and historic preservation.