We are showing off your sports photos every week in This Week in Sports! You can share your photos anytime by email at [email protected] Selected photos from today's gallery appeared in the Sept. 1 edition of Sunday Stories.
A reunion for all classes and friends of Sullivan is being planned for May of 2020 at the old Sullivan High School. In the meantime, organizers are sharing the history of education in the Sullivan Gardens community through stories like these.
The free program, highlighting the Battle of Perryville, begins at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 9, at the Eastman Employee Center in Kingsport.
The public is invited to join the congregation for a special homecoming anniversary service at 10:30 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 8.
The first free public talk of the fall semester series focuses on using yoga and meditation in clinical practice.
On Dec. 14, more than 1640 cemeteries will participate in National Wreaths Across America Day. However, groups working to expand the program at Mountain Home National Cemetery are asking sponsors to step up now.
The annual Polynesian Beach Party is the biggest fundraiser of the year for The Crumley House, a local nonprofit facility that provides day services and residential programs for people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.
The Appalachian League baseball season has come to an end for our Kingsport Mets. That also brings to a close our #MetsMugs: Game Faces of the Week fan photo contest! The Times News and Kingsport Mets appreciate everyone who's played along with us
Spending approximately four hours a month mentoring an at-risk youth can help improve their schoolwork, their behavior and their self-esteem.
You share your photos and we show them off in our Scrapbook Gallery! Each week, we feature photos highlighting the 'scrapbook' moments in the lives of our readers in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
The first thing out of my mouth upon walking into the new sorority house was directed to the fellows who unloaded my car, “Where is the thermostat? Let’s crank up the AC!” Little did I know that I wasn’t going to like their answer.
The four-day Long Journey Home Tour and Festival, celebrating “Legacies” this year, runs through Sept. 1.
The quilt, a true labor of love, was presented to the 97-year-old World War II veteran in a small, quiet family celebration.
We are showing off your sports photos every week in This Week in Sports! You can share your photos anytime by email at [email protected] Selected photos from today's gallery appeared in the Aug. 25 edition of Sunday Stories.
Dr. Dustin Price works as a hip and knee replacement specialist at Watauga Orthopaedics, a multi-specialty practice in Johnson City and Kingsport that’s been around since 1950.