The colorful mural is located on the side of a garage at a house on East Millpond Street and was painted by more than 10 girls from Girls Inc. The girls hope their artistic talents inspires others to do the same all across town.
The Mercury Transit will begin around 7:35 a.m. on Monday and last for about five and a half hours. The previous transit took place in May 2016 and the next one won’t occur until 2032.
KINGSPORT — One of the largest crowds ever to come before the Board of Mayor and Aldermen did so Tuesday night. Men and women of all ages, from all walks of life, were united under a common purpose: to protest the city’s decision to prohibit structures placed in the right of way.
D-B EXCEL students in 9th, 10th and 11th grade worked for about four weeks creating the digital images used in the ornaments. The America Celebrates display will begin on Dec. 5.
The nonprofit organization also on Monday announced the launch of the community fundraising campaign, which aims to raise an additional $1 million for the project.
The amendment would directly impact the Ballad Health protest that's been taking place across the street from Holston Valley Medical Center for more than 180 days.
Named as defendants are Sullivan County, Sheriff Jeff Cassidy, Captain Lee Carswell and former corrections officer Christopher Sabo.
For nearly 30 years, the Shepherd Center of Kingsport has been helping senior citizens be more independent and stay in their homes longer. It did so by driving folks to doctor’s appointments and the grocery store, providing free medical equipment and educating seniors on how to use the latest technologies.
Engage Tri-Cities also recently acquired a four-unit apartment building on Lynn Garden Drive, which it plans to renovate and be available by the first of the year.
For the past six years Kingsport’s own Bob Miller has gone down the zip line at Bays Mountain Park on his birthday. On Tuesday, the retired Eastman chemist once again went down the zip line to celebrate his 101st birthday.