It was 50 years ago Friday when Clarence Tapp purchased the former Engle’s Drive-in in Unicoi and set off what has become a family legacy of good food and good business.
Two Elizabethton police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Jeffrey Michael Gibble on Academy Street early Monday morning have been placed on administrative leave until the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation completes its investigation.
To help organizations that assist the estimated 10,000 9/11 responders who have been diagnosed with cancer and other serious illnesses caused by exposure to toxic chemicals at ground zero, Charity Share Times Square wants to put your face or the face of someone you love up in lights on New York’s most recognized intersection.
The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday got its first look at alternate proposals for a 4.8-mile walking and biking trail to connect the town’s Pinnacle Fire Tower trail with the Linear Trail in Erwin.
The annual Pinnacle Trail Challenge, a 4.8-mile benefit footrace to the top of Buffalo Mountain, is coming up Saturday, Sept. 28.
The spirit of unity spilled out over Fountain Square Friday evening as Johnson City’s annual Umoja Festival got underway.
Governor Bill Lee was in town this past week to discuss the future of area business at the Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia Regional Economic Forum hosted by ETSU.
Officials with the towns of Erwin and Unicoi got their first look Thursday at preliminary designs for pedestrian and bike trail to link the towns’ popular Pinnacle Fire Tower Trail in Unicoi and Erwin Linear Trail.
If you think there is nothing you can do about chronic hunger across America and here in our own region, Second Harvest Food Bank of has 30 easy-to-do suggestions.
A large round of appreciation for the men and women who dedicate their careers to the service of their community were in order Tuesday at the annual First Responders Dinner at Carver Recreation Center.
After two rained out play dates in Erwin, the 49 Winchester band and its Northeast Tennessee and Western North Carolina fans are hoping the third tine will be charm.
Carver Recreation Center will mark the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with a commemorative dinner to honor local first responders.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents were investigating the Tuesday shooting death of thirty-year-old Attilio Gilmartin by local law enforcement officers after a pursuit that ended in Bluff City.
Speedway Children’s Charities has teamed up with car buffs far and wide for a special fundraising event featuring more than 50 rare and exotic automobiles to be on display Saturday at the castle at Boone Lake.
The March fire that destroyed the Haven of Mercy Thrift Store and an unusual summer peak in the number of men and women lodged at the Haven’s shelters have significantly impacted the ministries’ feeding programs for the community’s poor.