The Spartan One Act Team, with its performance of “The Swan Queen of Berlin County,” brought home its sixth straight state championship.
We invited readers to share festive photos of their pets and they answered the call with some of the cutest pictures you'll see all day! These photos appeared in the Dec. 29 and Jan. 5 editions of the Kingsport Times News.
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Each week, our Scrapbook Gallery features photos submitted by our readers from the 'scrapbook' moments in their lives here in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Some of today's gallery photos also appeared in print in the Dec. 29 edition of
With a team of well-trained volunteers, the Sullivan Baptist Disaster Relief Team continues to make life just a little more bearable for their neighbors in distress.
Each year in Sunday Stories, we highlight the selfless acts of service that illustrate the true spirit of the season. Today, we are featuring another set of photos submitted by our readers to show how local residents came together to make a
One of the programs Goodwill officials are proud of is the SCSEP (senior community service employment program) for people who are over 55.
Each year, we invite readers to share their favorite photos from family and community festivities in our Holiday Scrapbooks. And it's not too late to share yours. Email photos to email@example.com.
Seneca Falls inspired author Philip Van Doran Stern to pen “The Greatest Gift” from which “It’s a Wonderful Life” was born.
Since 2013, Sew Crazy has contributed over 10,000 volunteer hours, supported 31 local organizations and served more than 4,500 people.
Tusculum University is brightening the Christmas season for more than 70 children and their families in Greene County by purchasing gifts through the angel tree program of Greeneville-Greene County Community Ministries.
Each week, our Scrapbook Gallery features photos submitted by our readers from the 'scrapbook' moments in their lives here in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. Some of today's gallery photos also appeared in print in the Dec. 22 edition of
Second-graders at Nickelsville Elementary School and members of Cub Scout Pack 166 hosted a food drive from Nov. 20 through Dec. 20 to collect items for the food pantry in Gate City, Virginia.
Fourth-grade students at Indian Springs Elementary School created heart ornaments to be hung on the Isaiah 117 House Christmas tree. Our students hope that each child who comes through the house will know how much they are loved!
Each year in Sunday Stories, we invite area teachers to share stories about holiday service projects and activities designed to help students learn first-hand what it means when people tell them ‘it’s better to give than to receive.’ Through their