The city of Morristown has new proposed zoning regulations that will both allow ReVIDA Recovery Center to remain at its current location off West Morris Boulevard and address nuisance concerns that have been voiced loudly to Morristown City Council members, officials say.
Whether it’s streaming video, radio or news, the trend in today’s media market is toward premium, ad free content.
By this afternoon, it’s very highly likely that it will be known if the proposed $85 million Hamblen County bond issue to pay for a new jail and school upgrades will be on the March 2020 ballot, officials say.
CHATTANOOGA — Walters State overcame a single-digit scoring effort in the opening quarter to grind out a 47-42 victory over Chattanooga State in the TCCAA opener at Chattanooga State Community College Wednesday night.
A two-hour delay to the start of school wasn’t the only excitement that took place at Jefferson County High School on Wednesday morning.
CHATTANOOGA — Sly Thompson poured in 26 points for Walters State, but it wasn’t enough Tuesday night at Chattanooga State Community College. Keigan Kerby tapped in a layup with two seconds to go, giving the Tigers a 71-70 victory over the Senators on their home floor.
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Lali Luzi Gonzalez Gonzalez and Edy Joel Morales Roblero, of Morristown, announce the birth of a son, Eddy Alexander Morales Gonzalez, born in October 2019 at Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. He weighed 6 lbs., 3 oz.
Alexandria P. Hunt and Daniel G. Johnson were married on October 19, 2019.
James E. and Virginia L. Parks Long were married Nov. 1, 1969 at Forrest Hill Baptist Church in Cocke County.
Even a last-minute change to a new debate format didn’t stop Walters State from earning several awards at Middle Tennessee State University’s Naveen “Scott” Pejaver Memorial Forensic Tournament held in Murfreesboro this month.
The iconoic sounds of Hitsville USA will fill the West High auditorium Nov. 15-17 as the combined members of the East and West High advanced choirs bring the songs of Motown to the stage.
A legend among Hamblen County teachers will be honored at the Boys & Girls Club Foundation of Morristown 17th Annual Steak & Burger Dinner Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Wilma R. Smith, 89, of Morristown went to be with the Lord Tue…
Edward Jerome ‘Cowboy’ Dean, 83, went to meet his heavenly Fat…
Bobby Glenn Cockrell, 87, of Morristown, born on December 18, …
Charles Edward “Eddie” Smith, II, 64, of Morristown went peace…
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City officials welcome community to grand opening of park developed on site of historical Morristown College
Java Jive, the popular cabaret style concert series, returns to Rose Center’s Prater Hall on November 22nd featuring Hancock County native, Toby Gibson.
Rose Center to host Smithsonian Institute exhibit