With the cumulative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic yet unknown, the United Way of Greater Kingsport is launching a relief fund to increase efforts in the UWGK’s fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the community.
At approximately 9:10 p.m. last night, Kingsport Police Patrol Officers responded to the motor vehicle collision on West Stone Drive near Netherland Inn Road.
The latest on schedule changes, local decisions and other updates related to COVID-19 coronavirus in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia
They say folks visiting parks should also bring hand sanitizer, wash hands where restrooms are available, bring their own water and not get out if feeling sick or exhibiting symptoms.
When you are in survival mode, you don’t feel like you have time to think about making worship a priority in your life.
Eastman is asking its employees and surrounding communities to be the example of actions that must be taken to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Due to the ongoing pandemic crisis, Goodwill Tenneva is announcing temporary store closures throughout Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee.
Individuals booked into the Sullivan County Jail from March 23 through 25. All persons shown are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
As national news outlets report on shortages of protective gear for health care workers across all 50 states, volunteers across Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee keep finding ways to help make those supplies.
An official with ABB Manufacturing told the Times News on Thursday that the Rogersville plant closed on Tuesday after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 will be reopened following the completion of a “deep cleaning” of the plant and screening process for employees.
“It is important to continue to follow President Trump and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 15 days to slow the spread. Hawkins County Emergency Management Agency will continue to always report the most accurate information possible to the public.” — EMA director Jamie Miller
By a unanimous vote Friday afternoon, the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees selected Randy Boyd to serve as UT’s 26th president for the next five years.
The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in Sullivan County is at six as of noon today — and the most recent cases are from person-to-person transmission, not travel-related.
With so many churches in our area having to suspend worship services during the coronavirus pandemic, we are asking local pastors to partner with us in bringing a daily message of hope and comfort to readers during this difficult time.
On Wednesday a group of women from the Rogersville based “Project Serve Our Soldiers” – in cooperation with the Happy Hearts Quilt Guild and a group of local NJROTC cadets – turned over 169 newly manufactured and sterilized surgical masks to Rogersville Police Chief Doug Nelson.