The McNabb Center and East Tennessee Children’s Hospital are excited to announce the opening of the Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU).
Lifelong friends with roots in Bean Station are forging new memories with a newfound interest in pickleball.
Ralph Perrey, executive director of the Tennessee Housing Development Agency, hit the road recently, spreading the good word on just what the THDA can do to help the people of the Lakeway Area buy a home.
JOPLIN, MO – No. 8 Walters State continued to move up the leaderboard on Thursday afternoon in the third round of the NJCAA DII Championship at Twin Hills Golf and Country Club.
Lakeway Tennis and Pickleball Association awarded Morristown East Seniors with $100 scholarships at annual East High Honors Night. Pictured is Grace Harrison, Kathryn Hall, Jacob Lawson and Brady Gray. Coach Parker Ashford presenting.
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Tusculum University is hosting multiple summer camps, some of which will be available twice, that will provide children of all ages an opportunity to grow their skills and absorb the collegiate atmosphere.
In recognition of academic performance, the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs at University of the Cumberlands has announced the students named to the President’s List for the spring 2022 semester.
Hamblen County schools last full week is this week and for seniors and their families that means graduation.
Eldridge Bryant, age 87, of Morristown, passed away early Thur…
Lloyd D. Wilson, 76, of Russellville, went to be with the Lord…
Marvin T. Davis, age 78, of Bybee, passed away Wednesday, May …
Patricia Lucille “Cindy” Gallagher Lakes, age 61, of Morristow…
Arts & Entertainment
Hundreds of gallons of strawberries are on their way to 510 W Economy Road in Morristown in anticipation of large crowds returning for a tradition that had taken a hiatus during COVID-19.
The 2022 SkyMart Arts and Music Festival brought scores of people to downtown Morristown to enjoy a day filled with sights, sounds and smells designed to inspire and entice.
KNOXVILLE (AP) — In its quest to redefine tourism at the gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains, The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians has inked a deal to bring an international entertainment company to the United States for the first time.