An injury-plagued Virginia-Wise women’s basketball team used a fourth-quarter rally Saturday to stop a three-game SAC skid.
Federal agents executed a search warrant at Perry Alan Skeen’s home, seizing a computer and several hard drives. A forensic analysis of the hard drives revealed nearly 1,000 videos and 400,000 images of child pornography.
When current superintendent Rebecca Isaacs announced earlier this year that she would be retiring after the 2019-20, the RCS Board of Education contracted with Wayne Qualls to over see the search to replace Isaacs, who is completing her 9th year at the helm of RCS.
According to the lawsuit, Rhonda Asher is disabled and has to use a wheelchair for mobility. Four businesses in Sevierville all have issues with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prompted the lawsuit by Asher.
The Hawkins County School System was praised this past week during an American Association of School Administrators seminar in Georgia for its Virtual Academy, and the flexibility it creates for students CTE (Career and Technical Education) programs.
In an email, Moore said retiring U.S. Rep. Phil Roe was an "Invisible Man" in the district for a decade. "He sat by while our hospitals became a monopoly and this has cost us greatly," Moore wrote. "I aim to help right this wrong. I am in support of creating a hospital authority which would help regulate Ballad Health and will raise awareness about the need for its establishment."
The 2020 Census kicks off Tuesday in remote Alaska, more than two months before the rest of the nation.
Volkswagen is partnering with the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory to create the company’s first innovation hub for developing new technology in North America.
In the all-genre song of the year category for this year’s Grammy Awards, four of the eight songs nominated include Nashville-based writers.
Also in Friday’s high school roundup, Jada Smith recorded her 1,000th career point and finished with 19 to lead the Union girls to a 57-20 win at John Battle.
Daniel Boone and David Crockett produced one of those it’s-too-bad-somebody-had-to-lose Big 7 games Friday night, a double-overtime affair that could have gone either way.
In a game that resembled Science Hill and Dobyns-Bennett hardwood battles of the distant past, the Hilltoppers overcame the extremely stubborn Indians 76-73 in overtime at The New Gym.
The Eastside girls basketball team got some respect the best way possible Friday. The Lady Spartans earned it.
After a sluggish first half, Science Hill’s girls expanded their lead from four to 15 points in a strong third quarter and rode the momentum to a 45-33 victory over Dobyns-Bennett on Friday night at The New Gym.
On Monday, the 24th annual King Night dinner, march and service continues what members of the Black History Committee at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise say is still a relevant and important mission in the community and Southwest Virginia.