The first of four new EMS stations to be built is going up off Gibson Mill Road near East Stone Drive, a location call-mapping indicated would provide quicker response times to a wide coverage area.
Some might mourn the fact of being born in a time of crisis, but if I am reading the tombstones right, I am certain there is always a crisis.
Saturday’s anniversary will be one of the loneliest remembrances ever, as the coronavirus pandemic is keeping almost everyone away.
The former vice president pulled together the 1,991 delegates needed to become the nominee after seven states and the District of Columbia held presidential primaries Tuesday.
Seldom has a story touched the hearts of so many as that of Evelyn Mae Boswell, a beautiful 15-month-old who disappeared in late December and whose remains were found March 6 on a relative’s property in Blountville.
The 15th annual Tillinghast Invitational will have the feel of a big college golf tournament thanks to an influx of players from NCAA Division I schools.
The award reception for the 18th annual show takes place from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday in the Main and Atrium galleries at the Kingsport Renaissance Center.
Times News columnist Roy Odom died last week. A memorial service will be held at a future date. But you have a chance Saturday to note your condolences in a book that will be donated to the city archives.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the first reading of its 2020-21 fiscal year budget last week with a $59,000 surplus and $4.5 million in the bank.
Northeast Tennessee saw two more confirmed COVID-19 cases in state reporting Friday.
East Tennessee State shored up its point guard position Friday by signing multisport athlete Marcus Niblack.
More than a week after reporting the motorcycle stolen, the owner allegedly saw his motorcycle at a Kingsport convenience store.
Tennessee's safest city became quite a bit safer Friday morning thanks to the court ordered shut down of the notorious Church Hill Inn motel where more than 50 arrests have taken place since 2015.
The Sullivan County school board voted 5-2 to give a $5,000 annual stipend for the position for operations, business and human resources following the July 1 retirement of the current human resources overseer. Director of Schools David Cox plans to appoint her to the position.
The Fiscal Review Committee determined the bill would increase state incarceration expenses by $4.9 million.