“If you want to come to a church that doesn’t just teach, but also helps people to practice what they learn, then Holy Mountain Baptist Church is the church for you,” said Pastor Tim Price.
Hunger First will no longer be letting homeless people sleep overnight on the property, but the Myrtle Street location will be able to serve as a warming station when temperatures get too cold.
Later this month, the church will host the world famous, Grammy-winning a cappella group Chanticleer, and tickets are available now.
Hummel has 30 years of education experience and will join Tusculum Feb. 17.
In hopes of kicking off this New Year, and new decade, on a high note, lets take a look back at Hawkins County's most fun and/or uplifting stories of 2019.
The French general overseeing the reconstruction of fire-devastated Notre Dame Cathedral says the Paris landmark is not saved yet because there’s still a risk its vaulted ceilings might collapse.
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
Once again the Lord provided the Rogersville based Of One Accord ministry enough resources to meet the growing demand this year for its Christmas for the Children program.
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.
Former President Jimmy Carter publicly appeared Sunday at the Georgia church where he worships for the first time since undergoing brain surgery in November.
What do you think that ghostly mist is above Kingsport singer and poet Ben Christian’s left shoulder during the Dec. 1 Christmas at the Mansion event? Holy Ghost, Regular Ghost or camera glitch? As far as I’m concerned, it could be any of the three.
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.
The Cherokee High School NJROTC raised $7,576 to purchase 505 wreaths to lay on military graves during the the Mountain Home National Cemetery’s Dec. 14 Wreaths Across America Ceremony in Johnson City.
These are but a few of the many churches offering Christmas Eve services throughout the city and surrounding area.