After a 20-year-old Kingsport man sent a picture of his genitals to a woman he met online, the woman started demanding money or else she would send the picture to his family.
If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, head downtown for games, good food, yoga and more. Here are some suggestions for your weekend from the Downtown Kingsport Association.
The Kingsport Public Library spent last fall getting input from the community, then took that information to craft a four-year strategic plan. The plan aims to improve the overall experience of the library in a variety of ways.
The annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday parade - now in its 20the year - took place in downtown Kingsport Monday afternoon with more than 100 participants braving the cold weather to walk from East Sevier Avenue to the steps of city hall.
The Blake at Kingsport is home to a secure memory care community offering its resort-style amenities in a calming, low-stress environment for older adults with moderate to severe memory impairments.
Emma Murphy, a park guide at Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, will present tonight’s free program, ‘A Long Dark Shadow: Death at Gettysburg,’ beginning at 7 p.m.
The color family of greens and whites remained while adding bright blues to the mix. The simplicity of the cat exudes a message of constant motion and within the outline, the illusions of the beautiful mountains and rivers that define this region are seen.
The three women described the suspect as being a white male, in his mid-40s, heavy set with a pudgy face and dark colored hair. He was driving a gray Kia Soul without a license plate.
After 257 days, the Ballad Health protesters removed their camp outside Holston Valley Medical Center on Monday. Two days later, Kingsport requested the citations against the protesters be dismissed.
“If you want to come to a church that doesn’t just teach, but also helps people to practice what they learn, then Holy Mountain Baptist Church is the church for you,” said Pastor Tim Price.
Though Martin Luther King Jr. Day isn’t until Monday, the celebration will get started a little early in Kingsport. Beginning on Saturday, several community events will be held to honor King’s memory and legacy.
The annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Parade is back for its 20th year in the Model City.
Two dogs spent nearly an hour on the roof of a Center Street house Monday afternoon after tearing through a screen in a second story window.
Hunger First will no longer be letting homeless people sleep overnight on the property, but the Myrtle Street location will be able to serve as a warming station when temperatures get too cold.
“To be clear, the choice to pack up our camp outside of Holston Valley was made by our Peaceful Protest family with no outside influence or involvement. Our focus is on saving healthcare for the region and we are determined to continue in those efforts.” — Dani Cook