Businesses from around the world come to Kingsport for a life-changing training experience at Pal's Business Excellence Institute.
This Week in Sports features photos Times News readers share with us from sporting events throughout the region, as well as those played outside the area by local teams and athletes. From little league to senior adults, recreational or
To raise money for its food pantry, First Broad Street United Methodist Church is inviting the community to “Empty Bowls for Hunger,” an upcoming dinner that aims to raise awareness of hunger in Kingsport and the surrounding area.
Bays Mountain Park will be going through two rounds of improvements later this spring - the addition of 75 new parking spaces across from the nature center and the tying into the city’s sewer system at the bottom of the mountain. Neither project should affect park hours.
When the snow falls, your yard becomes a whole new landscape to enjoy. But there are some important things to keep in mind.
Kingsport resident Cassie Kitzmiller knows a thing or two about writing and publishing books. In addition to releasing two of her own books, with more in the works, Kitzmiller helps other local authors share their stories by walking them through the process of self-publishing.
Kingsport designated the 2.3 mile long Lincoln Street the “Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Parkway” on Friday, on the 90th anniversary celebration of the civil rights leader’s birth. Ultimately, community leaders hope to officially rename all of Lincoln Street in honor of Dr. King.
A full day of celebration is planned for Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The day will begin with the 19th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade, followed by a spaghetti luncheon and an evening candlelight vigil. All events are free to the public.
Tickets are on sale now for the ensemble’s annual Valentine Cabaret fundraiser featuring the Cabaret show, dessert reception, silent auction and raffle.
According to the latest information from the Sullivan County Election Commission, three more potential candidates have picked up petitions to run in the upcoming city election – James Phillips and Chris Mills for the BMA and Shelton Clark for the BOE.
Bonnie Macdonald has spearheaded the Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts, where she and her colleagues have worked to invigorate and connect the local creative community, bringing art more into the public sphere throughout the Model City.
Master gardener Joe Lamp'l, the Joe behind joegardener.com and host of PBS’ “Growing a Greener World,” will be the featured speaker at the January meeting of the Southern Appalachian Plant Society.
Hundreds of students, parents and fans filled Dobyns-Bennett's Buck Van Huss Dome on Monday morning to witness the sixth annual Tribe Classic. Each year, the Robinson and Sevier middle school varsity boys and girls basketball teams compete in front
Kristie Castle shares the story behind the surprise wedding she and her siblings planned for their parents, Ronnie and Kathy Reed.
Kimberly Cousineau has served on the national YMCA organization since 2013, as the Resource Director and business consultant for 23 local YMCA CEOs and boards. In that role she provides executive coaching and direct oversight of support through strategic projects that increased capacity of the Ys she served.