The stands at Elizabethton High School in the Citizens Bank Stadium filled with football families from all over on Saturday for Jason Witten’s 16th annual —and last —June football camp.
In honor of history and family, a smal group of people in Johnsn City made their way out to Oak Hill Cemetery in Johnson City for their annaul Decoration Day on Saturday to honor local history and those buried there.
South Side Neighborhood Organization’s 2018 Music in the Park Series takes place the second Sunday of each month from 3-5 p.m. The concerts, organized for the community, continues through the Summer until August.
The annual Covered Bridge Celebration brought downtown Elizabethton to life during the three-day long celebration this past weekend.
Police say that a woman assaulted a man who had an order of protection at a downtown restaurant Friday night.
Plastic straws are almost impossible for us to recycle. Most objects we can drop off at a designate site or leave at the curb, but not these suckers.
The Rocky Mount State Historic Site is a living history museum that takes visitors back to 1791. This weekend, the timeline is open.
Out of school for the summer, friends Lily Anna Haynes and Emma Rhea took advantage of the heat and put up a lemonade stand to make a little extra money.
The country is aging and growing and Tuesday morning in the Senate Health Committee, Senator Alexander said the gap between needed medical professionals and the people who need them may grow. ETSU Quillen College of Medicine’s Chair of Family Medicine, Dr. Reid Blackwelder weighs in.
The 2018 valedictorian is graduating with a 4.07 GPA and has a long list of extra curricular activities.