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ELIZABETHTON, TN (WJHL) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a new tip surrounding a seven-year-old missing persons case is promptin…
ELIZABETHTON, TN (WJHL) – Forgotten and abandoned a piece of Tri-Cities history is literally buried under weeds and brush, now people want a…
Some students in Carter County will soon be seeing things a little more clearly.
Today marked a milestone for the new hospital being built in Unicoi County Memorial Hospital.
On Monday afternoon the Johnson City/Washington County Boys and Girls Club made sure that a group of kids would have a warm meal as well as …
On Tuesday afternoon, the Appalachian Cultural Music Association announced they will be moving from their longtime home in Bristol, TN to d…
On Thursday the Sullivan South ROTC held its fourth annual 5k zombie run.
The annual Muscular Dystrophy Association “lock up” was held today at the Riverfront Seafood Company.
Monday evening the Dobyns-Bennett High School Varsity Choir announced they were officially accepted into the Music For All National Choir Fe…
On Thursday, Strategic Behavioral Health hosted a groundbreaking for a new psychiatric care and substance abuse treatment facility.
Elizabethton started their Independence Day celebrations with a patriotic bike ride.
Greeneville’s “American Downtown” celebration got underway this Tuesday at the Big Spring area behind the Greeneville-Greene County Library.
The TLC Community Center in Elizabethton is looking for donations to help them fill a series of small lending libraries.
A Tri-Cities teenager is using the holiday weekend to raise awareness for a cause that hits close to home.
In February, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen in Jonesborough, Tennessee voted to stop water fluoridation at the end of June 2017.
Officials at the Tri-Cities airport and the Transportation Security Administration wanted to remind people what items cannot be carried on a…
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office is holding their annual Camp Take a Stand kicked off Tuesday in Blountville.
Have you been looking for a furry, new companion?
The Greeneville Parks and Rec held its grand opening for the Greeneville Splash Pad on Friday for its first summer season.
A local group of motorcycle riders called the Dog Tag Brigade, along with Tetrick Funeral Home and Cremation Services, cut the ribbon on two…
If you live in Kingsport and are looking for a fun activity that promotes learning, look no further.
Upgrades are underway now at the Steele Creek Park Nature Center.