Today's Scrapbook Showcase features photos from the Hot Air Balloon Glow at Fun Fest in Kingsport. The photos were taken on Friday July 19, and submitted by Richard Currie Jr. The festival winds down today (Saturday, July 20) with A Walk Through
County Mayor Richard Venable and County Attorney Dan Street advised county commissioners on various issues, including the “Sunshine Law,” tax matters and specificity in actions..
Named to the Times News “All Tough Guys” team in 2018, Sullivan North senior fullback Yancy Dolen will be looking to do more damage to anyone that gets in his way once the season starts.
Eric Robert Stine allegedly burgled a deceased man's home three times after discovering the body during a burglary three weeks ago. He faces multiple counts of burglary and theft, and one count of failure to report a dead body.
KINGSPORT — A woman was jailed Thursday after allegedly forcing her way into a closed accessory store at the Fort Henry Mall, dragging an employee out into the hallway, and then crashing into a display to scatter merchandise.
On Wednesday, investigators located James Brown at an address in Kingsport, where he ran from the scene to try and elude arrest.
“He's going to have to go to a new school. That timeline itself — we're having this discussion three weeks before school starts. That is not just wrong, it's immoral to do that to these kids. It's completely wrong.” Keplar parent Justin Mowell
An Appalachia town police office faces three felony charges of sexually abusing a minor after his arrest Wednesday by the Virginia State Police.
Campus Drive-In, which has been a mainstay in Gate City since 1955, is one of Scott County Tourism’s partners during the 50 Years of Love Campaign.
The Times News and Kingsport Mets are teaming up once again for the #MetsMugs: Game Faces of the Week photo contest. Each week, one lucky fan will win a fun prize pack and have his or her winning photo featured in the Sunday sports section.
By the fifth week of the year (Jan.29 through Feb. 4) sentinel physicians in Sullivan County reported 5.72 percent of patients with influenza-like illness — compared to 8.6 percent in Knoxville, 9.9 percent in Shelby County (Memphis), and 24 percent in Madison County (Jackson).