My earliest memories of Uncle Harold include gifts in boxes from Lord & Taylor, Woodward & Lothrop, or Garfinkel’s — and the French mints and torrone (Italian nougat and nut) candies he’d send my grandmother.
The 19th annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion begins today, and the Ken Burns eight-part documentary “Country Music” picks back up Sunday on PBS television.
“A year ago the citizens asked for change,” Sullivan County Commissioner Alicia Starnes said. “The time is here to change things.”
Sullivan County has reported three bats positive for rabies; Greene County has reported two skunks positive for rabies; Washington County has reported one dog positive for rabies
Tennessee Department of Tourist Development began installing viewfinders at certain roadway overlooks in 2017. Today they number 12.
I am a child of the 60s, teen of the 70s, and a young adult of the 80s. Awhiff of this or that cologne can bring back sweet memories (even if that old bottle actually smells a bit putrid).
I’m wondering who I might see, and looking forward to some good eating, this weekend. If all is well and Mom isn’t having a bad vertigo day, we’ll be heading to Kyles Ford for the annual Willis Cemetery memorial service.
This year’s festival includes a car show, silent auction, live entertainment, and multiple food vendors.
The projected cost of expanding and renovating current Sullivan County jail facilities is nearly $85 million, according to a presentation to the Sullivan County Commission on Thursday by the consulting firm hired earlier this year.
The firm hired to develop a plan to address the longtime overcrowding issue at the jail is set to reveal multiple options during three presentations for county officials Thursday morning — followed by a presentation Thursday night to the full Sullivan County Commission, which is open to the public.