Today's Scrapbook Showcase features fireworks on the Fourth of July in Downtown Kingsport. The photos were taken and submitted by Kingsport's Rick Currie. Share your best shots with us at [email protected]
BLOUNTVILLE - Participants in the annual Blountville Ruritan Independence Day Parade included everything you'd expect: Scouts; honor guards; floats, beauty queens; twirlers; a marching band; decorated tractors; antique cars; fire trucks; and horses
Communities throughout Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia are celebrating Independence Day with parades, fireworks, food and music. Some Fourth of July events are limited to Thursday, while others last multiple days.
A Hawkins County man who ramped up his roadside Christmas tree decoration efforts last year is expanding his talents even further this week with a patriotic roadside display on those same trees.
Today's Scrapbook Showcase features a collection of photos from local photographer Derek Cress who regularly shares his talent with us in Sunday Stories. The photos are from the Fourth of July fireworks celebration held in Downtown Kingsport! Share
Today's Scrapbook Showcase features a collection of photos from local photographer RIck Currie who regularly shares his talent with us in Sunday Stories. Photos include the Mack Riddle Fourth of July Parade in Kingsport, a road race and the evening
The Declaration of Independence was ratified by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776 — but do you know when the final engrossed parchment version was signed?
AAA forecasts nearly 47 million Americans will travel for the holiday. The 39.7 million who will drive will find gas prices 50-60 cents more than last year.
In Tennessee, more than 927,000 people will travel during the holiday weekend, with 40,000 of those flying to their destination.
In today's Community Scrapbook, photographer Rick Currie shares his view of Kingsport's Mack Riddle American Legion Independence Day Parade. Share your favorite scrapbook photos at [email protected]
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Smiles, laughter and fellowship mingled with raindrops as participants were entertained while anticipating the closing display of amazing fireworks.
If you’re looking for a way to celebrate Independence Day, there’s no shortage of festivities happening around the region, from parades and hot dog eating contests to live music and, of course, fireworks.
Independence Day has always been a red-white-and-blue-letter day for my family.
KNOXVILLE – To celebrate the nation’s birthday, a record 44.2 million Americans, including 872,000 Tennesseans, are expected to travel this holiday weekend.
“I would like to see this board direct our police chief to do just what our fire code says. Shut them down. Follow the fire code as it's written." — Mayor Chris Jones