Brittany Eslinger has been breaking tradition since October 2021.
Two minutes into a conversation with Deane Paxton is enough to confirm that she is indeed a people person.
Beans are good for the heart of quaint East Tennessee community Chestnut Hill, and the newly renovated visitor’s center and museum for the Bush Brothers and Company is now open to give a look into the bean canning legend’s history.
Nolichucky Vineyard is a riverside wedding venue nestled along the Nolichucky River with row after rows of Vineyard. It features numerous locations to hold ceremonies on the 15-plus acre property, along with a bridal suite, grooms room and overnight accommodations
The 3rd Annual Cumberland Gap Arts & Wine Festival was dubbed a success just before 11 a.m. on June 25.
The new art installation on the corner of Sherwood Drive and Terrace View in Morristown is no ordinary work hanging in just any gallery.
The EAA National Organization is bringing a B-25 Mitchell airplane, the Berlin Express, to the Morristown Airport Sept. 8-11.
If you drive anywhere in Hamblen County, and many, many places in East Tennessee, there’s a better than average chance you’re driving over a road or bridge designed by Lewis Murph.
Respiratory therapists moved to the forefront of health care services during the pandemic. Now, these practitioners are in short supply both locally and nationally. To meet this need, Walters State has extended the application period for its respiratory care program until Aug. 12.
Celebrating summer with sizzling meals starts with tender, juicy cuts of meat that take center stage when dining on the patio or firing up the grill. Call over the neighbors or simply enjoy family time with your nearest and dearest by savoring the flavor of warm weather meals.
For a sophisticated summertime dessert, it’s not always necessary to reinvent the wheel. A classic ice cream sundae will hit the spot with the right toppings.
Catching up with staff from Girls Inc. of Hamblen County is not a passive endeavor.
It’s appropriate that the individual overseeing recreational programs for the city of Morristown, via its parks and recreation department, likes to spend time outdoors.
For the first three scenes of The Morristown Theatre Guild’s reading of “Steel Magnolias,” the ensemble shined.
The late Laura “Lou” Golden, who spent 30 years living in the Lakeway Area, had a claim to fame that she was honored for in May.
There are indelible associations when it comes to fathers- Sunday afternoon naps, cheering on a favorite team, puns that elicit groans, grilling meat with expert precision amongst many others.
A net, an odd little paddle and a big ‘ole wiffle ball have combined to become a force de majeure in Morristown – or at the very least, an irresistible past-time for a growing number of residents.
Sweet Magnolia received the honors of a ribbon-cutting Wednesday morning from the Morristown Area Chamber of Commerce at the shop located at 5675 West Andrew Johnson Highway in Morristown.
The process of transferring an idea into practical application, no matter how well it is planned and executed, can still be a toss-up when its success depends on enticing others to join in.
For miles around, Mike Everidge is known as a true professional artist.
To those of us who have a tender relationship with food, especially when it comes to fresh pastry, it’s no stretch to hear that a love story was the inspiration for the opening of a new bakery in Morristown.
Western cooks too often go too light on fresh herbs, treating them more as garnish than flavoring. We prefer the Thai approach, which uses ingredients such as basil, mint and cilantro by the fistful.