Back for a second year, KKB’s Homegrown Gardening Series launched last weekend at the Kingsport Farmers Market. Robin Cleary, executive director of KKB, said the series will offer something for beginners and those who already have an interest in gardening.
Set in the 1940s and drawn from local and regional stories, the play focuses on several real-life heroes and heroines, both overseas and on the home front, facing difficult experiences, life-changing choices, and tough love born of hard times.
After 10 years of expressing no opinions and making no waves on Facebook, I made the mistake of questioning President Trump's decision give Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Within 10 minutes my Facebook feed was exploding with a deluge of rage and hatred.
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The Clinch River Days festival enters its third decade Thursday with music, art, crafts, environmental awareness, history, games, food, wrestling and more.
A wide range of student accomplishments were the focus of the Board of Education at its regular meeting Tuesday.
Science Hill’s baseball team is headed back to the TSSAA Class AAA tournament after a wild win over Hardin Valley on Friday.
Scoring nearly a dozen runs will usually win a ballgame, but it didn’t Friday night at Sullivan East. And now the Lady Patriots and their magical 2019 softball season are done.
Thomas Walker pulled off an 8-4 upset of Twin Springs on Friday in the consolation game of the Cumberland District tournament at Alumni Stadium.
Eastside continued its dominance of Cumberland District baseball with an 8-1 win over J.I. Burton on Friday in the tournament championship game at Tracy Stallard Field.
This year’s ceremony included the unveiling of the most recent name added to the memorial: Sgt. Steve Hinkle, who gave his live in the line of service earlier this year.
The music and food festival and associated races mean the closure of various streets downtown.
Charlie Weber, a 6-foot-9, 212-pound forward, played at Bishop O’Connell, a member of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference.
Tuesday evening masters gardeners Joanne Irvin and Elizabeth Price were joined by four Boy Scouts from Troop 199 who were acquiring some of the community service time needed to earn badges by helping clean out flower beds at Price Public school
“Kingsport-opoly” is one of the newest Monopoly-style games to exclusively hit the shelves of Wal-mart. I spent some time looking over the game, checking out the properties and seeing if it’s worth a play. I’m thinking the answer is “yes.”