Nearly 60 years old with grown children and several grandkids to boot, Teresa is once again dealing with all the challenges of parenting and infant.
Voters in Unicoi on Tuesday will have their choice of five candidates in the running for the two aldermen seats currently held by Kathy Bullen and Roger Cooper.
Tuesday’s voting will decide a six-way race for three seats on the Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Remote Area Medical kicked off its 3-day free medical, dental and vision care clinic Friday at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray.
Halloween may be over but the fun will continue as the first weekend of November arrives with a bag full of fun, entertaining and tasty ways to do a little good.
The United Way of Washington County is on a roll. Midway through its fall fundraising campaign, the United Way has collected $858,597 or approximately 51 percent of this year’s $1.7 million goal.
The state Department of Environment and Conservation’s division of Tennessee State Parks is gathering public comments and suggestions to help create a business plan for Rocky Fork State Park.
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency has awarded Appalachia Service Project a $500,000 Challenge Grant for the estimated $6 million construction of a 200-bed volunteer dormitory and additional warehouse space at its Johnson City headquarters.
Unicoi Mayor Johnny Lynch said a series of personal criticisms included in an alderman candidate’s answers to a survey published last week in Johnson City Press are false and misleading.
Halloween may still be a week away but “spooktacular” things are scaring up tonight for Dawn of Hope.