Ryan Blaney emerged safely from the wreckage at Talladega Superspeedway that claimed other playoff contenders, winning by a tiny margin that was huge for his championship hopes.
Tennessee’s elected constables have the same authority under the state’s judicial system as other law enforcement officers, including the ability to make arrests. But of late, local constables are making news not for conducting arrests but for being the subject of one:
This year alone, the First Tennessee Regional Group Mustang Club has raised more than $9,000 for charitable organizations in the community.
Sullivan County commissioners mulling “update” to local rules on how county meetings are conducted, and some commissioners have voiced a lack of interest in Robert’s Rules of Order.
Hawkins County man who allegedly created an online Tumblr account last year that he used to store and share more than 100 child porn images was sentenced Friday in Hawkins County Criminal Court to eight years.
Police are investigating an apparent Sunday evening shooting at a busy city intersection, though a potential victim and suspect have yet to be located.
Light rain did not deter crowds at the 41st Wise Fall Fling Saturday, as visitors enjoyed music, dancing, artisans, crafts, food, a juggler, kids’ games and walking along Main Street.
Longtime Tri-Cities veterinarian Dr. Beth Sallee says she’s getting back to her roots with her move to a new practice in Kingsport, expanding the health services available for pets and doing more patient care.
Last year the city’s streets and sanitation department collected nearly 2,200 tons of leaves. The service will be provided beginning Monday and continue to January 15.
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ETSU’s Jack Rhea had the lead in hand and the right frame of mind to win the 22nd annual Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate at Blackthorn Club on Sunday
The Scott County Rotary Club launched its annual shoe fund drive on Friday morning. Since it first began in 1990, the drive has grown to provide shoes and socks for hundreds of children in each of the county’s schools, all thanks to community donations.
Just after William Byron won the first stage at Talladega Superspeedway, race forced NASCAR to postpone the remainder of the race until Monday.
Christ Fellowship has indeed come a long way in 40 years. But the members are quick to give the credit and the glory to God.
Heritage Days is about having fun, and and there were a lot of people packed into downtown Rogersville Saturday afternoon having a good time surrounded by a wide variety of artistry and creativity.