Before you can be seated at the Hale Springs Inn, you must first answer a few questions such as: Are you feeling well today? Do you have a cough or fever? Have you traveled outside the country recently? Have you been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19?
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article ran in the March 29 Kingsport Times News Progress Edition.
Rogersville Chamber of Commerce director Nancy Barker told the Times News recently that 2019 was one of the best years for business growth that she's experienced in more than 20 years in that position.
Last year the historic Hale Springs inn began a new phase of its 196-year-old history with the addition of a new general manager, who has a bit of her own past history at the inn.
Late last year, Rogersville optometrists Dr. Eddie Abernathy and his partner Dr. Amanda Dellinger finalized the purchase of the former US Bank building at 107 E. Main St. in the heart of downtown Rogersville.
Hawkins County buildings manager Sarah Davis received permission Wednesday to remove the Courthouse Annex sign which has been an eyesore on Main Street in Rogersville for too long.