Program will distribute free breakfasts and lunches from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. instead of two separate shifts of drive-thru, walk-through or bus deliveries.
The latest on schedule changes, local decisions and other updates related to COVID-19 coronavirus in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia
This is part of an effort to produce 7,000 shields.
To no one's surprise Tuesday, Hawkins County Director of Schools Matt Hixson announced the addition of another week to the system-wide shutdown underway as part of statewide efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
No public will be allowed to attend, but it will be viewable online via YouTube.
With such an emphasis on social distancing and drive-by services during the COVID-19 crisis, we were only one creative mom away from what may become the next craze in the post-virus era — drive-by birthday parties.
If you have materials checked out, the library is extending due dates and late fees will not apply. Holds are suspended and book donations will not be accepted until the library reopens.
A veteran tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on March 20 at the William C. Tallent VA Outpatient Clinic in Knoxville, the Mountain Home VA Medical Center said in a press release on Monday.
One of the individuals who tested positive was a Ballad team member whose case is linked to personal travel.
The student had traveled during spring break with the first student who tested positive Friday, March 20, and was no longer on the Tusculum campus when the test came back positive.
KINGSPORT — Eastman Chemical Co. on Saturday said it has instructed its employees to avoid personal travel until the end of April.
On Saturday, country artists Brad Paisley, Vince Gill and Marty Stuart will perform acoustically to an empty theater, but the show will be televised live on the Circle as well as shown on the Opry’s YouTube page.
A 73-year-old man in Nashville with underlying health conditions became Tennessee’s first fatality linked to the new coronavirus, authorities said Friday.
So what do your fellow citizens think about the coronavirus outbreak and the effect it’s having on day to day life in the Model City? The Times News recently went to the streets to talk to some folks about these very questions.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis Hawkins County Clerk Nancy Davis is in the process of opening a new drive-thru facility in Rogersville to limit contact among customers, and she has also implemented a limit of three customers at a time in both offices.