Today’s Scrapbook Showcase features the winners of the Baby Show at the 2019 Appalachian Fair. There are numerous categories included. The fair was held Aug. 19-24 at the fairgrounds in Gray.
The HOPE back-to-school event was a great success. We have distributed more than 300 backpacks to students in our area. Visitors included the Kingsport Mayor Pat Shull, Kingsport BOE member Jim Welch, representatives from the Sullivan County
We invited Times News readers to share their "first day of school" photos. You know the ones ~ the 'first day' photos parents, grandparents and teachers take at the start of every new school year.
Send us your First Day 2019 photos, and we’ll include them in an online photo gallery and share our favorites on social media. The best shots might even end up on the front page of the newspaper!
Today's Scrapbook Showcase features photos taken during Kingsport Fun Fest 2019. We invited readers to share photos highlighting the ‘best of the fest' and they responded. Share yours anytime at email@example.com or scrapbook@thenetmg.
Throughout the summer, the Times News invites you to share photos from your church’s Vacation Bible School activities. This week's featured photos come from Blessed Hope Baptist Church and First Broad Street United Methodist Church in Kingsport.
Friday was Kindergarten Day at Sullivan East High School. Thank you to our awesome students for highlighting their programs to the EHS Class of 2031. Thank you FFA for coordinating this exciting event.
Students throughout the region celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday with a celebration of books and the characters who inspire them. We invited readers to share photos of their celebrations which include everything from costumes and food to special guest
As the weekend's big snow event finally begins to wind down, so too do our Snow Day 2018 community scrapbooks. Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm in photos and shared those photos with us so that we could share them with you.
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the scenic beauty, fun and frolic. Check out
Winter Storm Diego blanketed the region with its first significant snowfall of the year and Times News readers captured every aspect of the storm - from the fallen tree branches and rough road conditions to the fun and frolic it allowed. Check out
The winter storm may be over, but the pictures from Times News readers are still flowing in and we're showing them off here in our Community Scrapbooks. Check out this one and then follow the links to see even more photos from the winter storm and
The winter storm blanketing the region this weekend led to road and school closures, power outages and other inconveniences. But many Times News readers also saw the good in it - making memories, snapping photos and enjoying the scenery. We asked