Regarded as one of the most haunted towns in America, Jonesborough’s Paranormal Technology Investigations team has no shortage of stories from their investigations in Tennessee’s oldest town.
Like the insect in Aesop’s Fables that stored away food while the grasshopper spent the summer singing, I’ve been busy.
The Tipton-Haynes Historic Site’s 26th annual “Stories from the Pumpkin Patch” returns Saturday, with a trio of unique storytellers on the schedule.
Legion Street Pool will be transformed into a fishing hole on Saturday, Oct. 12, with hundreds of rainbow trout up for grabs in Johnson City’s annual “Say YES to Fishing, Say NO to Drugs” fishout.
The George L. Carter Railroad Museum at East Tennessee State University will partner with the George L. Carter Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society to host a train excursion Saturday, Nov. 2 on the Great Smokey Mountains Railroad through the Nantahala Gorge in western North Carolina.
ELIZABETHTON —Talk about a fun read.
In many respects, Northeast Tennessee is overshadowed by larger cities in West, Middle and East Tennessee — but not when it comes to tourism and marketing.
The world of storytelling isn’t a culture of celebrity. But if it were, you’d definitely be reading articles about Bil Lepp in its tabloids.
The local wildlife planted tomatoes for me and seem to have greener thumbs than I do.
The “GEICO Motorcycle Built to Ride Tour” will be coming to its conclusion Friday and Saturday in Johnson City.
The Boone Dam project is moving toward completion of the technique area of the earthen embankment.
Roughly 15,000 people packed into the 35 blocks of the Tree Streets neighborhood over the course of a weekend.
If you plan on using the natural resources around Northeast Tennessee, there are a few “best practices” a national organization have that will ensure your presence was never known.
Old time craft demonstrations in the Appalachian Fair Museum made for a very cool way to while away a hot afternoon Tuesday at the fairgrounds.
ERWIN — Stepping off the beaten path might sound like it would take a bit of effort, but there are plenty of places just a short drive away in Northeast Tennessee where you can feel the burdens of life fall off your shoulders.