The first local Red Cross blood drive since June 2019 will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, at the regional Red Cross office at 660 Eastern Star Road, Kingsport.
After three months of doing all it could to help Johnson City school children and their families during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown that all but shuttered its facility, Coalition for Kids is preparing to reopen its doors for a scaled-back version of its annual summer program.
Dustin Long wants to use the game of basketball as a tool to bring unity and understanding to the Tri-Cities community.
The United Way of Washington County has disbursed a third round of donations to its COVID-19 Response Fund.
The town of Unicoi on Monday canceled this week’s opening of its seasonal Farmers Market and Community Yard Sale in light of a cluster of novel coronavirus infections at the Scott’s Farm work camp.
Science Hill High School’s three-time state champion swimmer Daniel Chang has stepped up for a different kind of champion swim.
Unable to gather for its annual Memorial Day ceremony, the people of Erwin have instead dressed their town in the most patriotic of styles to honor and remember their veterans.
The United Way of Washington County on Tuesday announced the disbursement of nearly $109,000 in FEMA funding recently awarded for emergency food, shelter and rent assistance to people in the county impacted by the COVID19 pandemic.
Since 1992, The Crumley House has been filling a void in local services for people recovering from traumatic brain injuries.
Two weeks into the phased reopening of Tennessee businesses, the streets of Erwin remain ominously empty. It’s what’s going on inside the town’s shops and restaurants that’s encouraging.
Erwin Utilities, the United Way of Unicoi County and the Tennessee Valley Authority have teamed up to provide up to $30,000 in assistance to Unicoi County residents impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
With one of its most profitable fundraising months of the year sent to the pits by the COVID-19 postponement of the spring NASCAR races at Bristol, Speedway Children’s Charities is shifting gears
Five years out from her retirement from Good Samaritan Ministries, the ministry’s former executive director Sarah Wells is two months in to her new job as executive director of the nonprofit Friends In Need Health Care center in Kingsport.
The Tennessee Department of Health will offer free, drive-through COVID-19 testing this weekend in Carter and Unicoi counties.
The past six weeks at Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee and the nonprofit One Acre Cafe on West Walnut Street have been reflective of two significant trends that emerged with the COVID-19 crisis - an unprecedented spike in the number of people who need help with food and an awe-inspiring surge in the number of people who want to help.