Do you have a child that is interested in art, music, dance, or film? Are you interested an art form and don’t know where to begin?
Auditions set for choral society: The Knoxville Choral Society will hold auditions for all voice parts on Thursday, Jan. 4 at 6 p.m. including assessment of vocal quality, sight-reading and tonal memory drills. No prepared piece
Dec 30, 2017 at 12:00 AM
Food, shelter and water are all necessities for hikers trekking the Appalachian Trail, but business owner David Magee knows plenty of hikers also fancy a freshly-poured craft beer every once in a while.
Christopher Columbus “Teddy” Hartsaw, Jr. suddenly passed away during the summer of 2015, but his signature bib overalls and bright yellow raincoat sit enclosed in a shadow box close to where he used to stand in the lunchroom.
About a year and a half ago, two Science Hill High School students, Sarah Miller and Rachel Lemkin, came up with an idea for a clothing closet to help their underprivileged peers after noticing some students had inadequate winter clothing.
A mother and father fighting through cancer treatments with their toddler son hope hundreds of donated toys they collected will make other sick children’s holidays brighter.
The Boy Scouts Christmas tree lot in Johnson City’s Old Kiwanis Park was nearly empty Thursday, with only a handful of off-kilter trees leaned against each other under bare-bulb strings of lights.
Eastman Credit Union CEO Olan Jones met with Milligan College President Bill Greer Thursday morning at ECU’s Market Corner Branch in Johnson City to donate $100K to the college’s young engineering program and their Maker Space Lab.
Science Hill High School’s Scholars’ Bowl Academic Club finished strong in Knoxville’s PBS Scholars’ Bowl Competition in November, making it to the “Fortuitous Final Four” before losing to Oak Ridge in the annual trivia competition.
In many cultures, cemeteries are considered holy places of reverence for the dead, but Johnson City resident Edda Boyer said she could hardly tell that by looking at the Tipton-Haynes Cemetery behind her home on Haynes Drive, where she has lived for about a year.
ABINGDON, Va. — The Arts Depot, 314 Depot Square SW will offer a variety of events through the month of December. All events are free and everyone is welcome.
In the spirit of the upcoming holiday of togetherness, representatives of multiple cultures and backgrounds will gather today to try to heal a divided nation.
When it comes to historic structures, Charlie Norman has been there, sawed that, and now, television viewers can see him saw things, too.
For some children with debilitating health issues and disabilities, taking part in the Halloween tradition of trick-or-treating can be tough.
Some may be offended by being called a witch, but Ian Allen certainly isn’t. As a modern-day witchcraft practitioner, Allen doesn’t shy away from the title, especially considering its origins come from “wicce” meaning a wise person.