“It is prudent for everyone to wear a mask to protect others.” - Sullivan County Regional Health Department Director Gary Mayes.
The last two months of Nathan Michalik’s junior year at Volunteer High School were a washout due to the COVID-19 shutdown, so he chose to use that time to replace another washout that occurred near his home at Laurel Run Park.
The church, the collective body made up of anyone believing in Christ, has never been closed, and shall never be closed.
Seniors in Sullivan County Schools enjoyed a bonus graduation celebration May 23-24 with an opportunity to "Cross the Finish Line" at Bristol Motor Speedway. These special events at BMS do not replace the schools' graduation ceremonies.
On Monday, workers began installing a $280,000 splash pad at Church Hill’s Derrick Park, which was originally scheduled to be completed and open June 6.
The Goodwill store in the Green Acres Shopping Center on North Eastman Road reopened on Monday.
You can help researchers track the emergence of cicadas by downloading an app on your cell phone.
Fear can turn into panic, while faith drives us to freedom.
Hawkins County youngsters will have two ways to get their free lunch this summer, including the Of One Accord ministry’s Lunch Box program, and a continuing lunch “drive-by” service at six Hawkins County schools.
Free meals for those 18 and younger will be served at Seiver Middle and Washington and Johnson Elementary schools, as well as along eight school bus routes in the city.
Social distancing guidelines were encouraged at the event, which was well attended, and streamed online.
Cleary noted the survey results will be shared with DKA merchants, chamber members and area businesses so they are better prepared to meet consumer needs and concerns during the recovery process.
“As we celebrate the selfless and untiring performances of the healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, it brings to mind the military medics, doctors and nurses who sacrificed their lives while treating others on the battlefield.” — American Legion National Commander Bill Oxford.
Mickey Kiser is selling military history all the way from the American Revolution to present day. He’s doing it from 219 E. Center Street in downtown Kingsport.
This pandemic is for a limited time, part of His plan for our lives, and He is in control.