CHURCH HILL — A Rogersville man was charged with driving left of center and driving with a revoked license July 12 after a Hawkins Co. Sheriff’s Deputy encountered his van on Big Elm Road.
MOORESBURG — A County Line Road man was charged with disorderly conduct the night of July 13 after representatives of a crisis line reported that a person had voiced “suicidal ideations” to them and then claimed to be “actively killing people” in the Surgoinsville area.
ROGERSVILLE — A Cave Springs Road woman is facing possible charges of aggravated assault (domestic related) and possessing a handgun while under the infuence after Hawkins Co. Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of shots being fired at a man at a Cave Springs Road residence on July 12.
ROGERSVILLE – The Church Hill Stingrays defeated the Rogersville Flying Fish in a swim meet July 10 at Rogersville City Pool.
BEAN STATION – The Mooresburg-Bean Station Senior League All Stars will represent Tennessee in the Little League Senior League Softball Southeast Regional July 20-22 in Salisbury, N.C.
KINGSPORT — The 11th Annual Wolf Run 7-mile trail race is set for Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Bays Mountain Park in Kingsport.
ROGERSVILLE — Store More Mini Storage, LLC is one of Rogersville's newest businesses. Owners Bobby Joe Hancock, Adam Harris, and Philip Henard along with Philip's son, Jaden, decided about two years ago to go into business together.
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ROGERSVILLE — If there was a sound that captured the words ‘outlaw’, ‘hey y’all’, and ‘yee haw’ this side of the Nolichucky, there would be no other group that comes to mind than Aaron Walker and the band that backs him! The band will be bringing its high-energy style to Rogersville in a few…
ROGERSVILLE — Acting as Master of Ceremonies for Rogersville’s 4th of July Celebration events this year will be Bryan Brewster.
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville Review is excited to announce that The High Lonesome Senate, Walters State Community College’s bluegrass ensemble, will be the featured entertainment for the newspaper’s annual Best of the Best / Reader’s Choice Awards Dinner on Thursday, July 19. The band’s cur…