ROGERSVILLE — The Busy Brushes are a group of artists drawn together by a desire for laughs, friends, coffee, and while they are here, works of becoming painters. The group is led by Christine Fore, who comes from England and now claims Hawkins County as home. She worked as a portrait painte…

PRESSMEN’S HOME — Seventies-style singer/songwriter Denny Cluck, of Sneedville, will be one of the featured entertainers at the grand opening of what organizers are calling “a new vision” for The Castle Barn at historic Pressmen’s Home, near Rogersville.

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee State Museum’s current exhibition, “Between the Layers: Art and Story in Tennessee Quilts” – its first new show since its grand opening last fall – features almost 40 quilts and artifacts selected from the Museum’s vast collection that highlight Tennessee’s quilt ar…

ROGERSVILLE — Hawkins Elementary School is getting ready to celebrate its 50th year of service to the community and, to help rekindle lots of great memories, the Review is asking readers to send in classic snapshots taken at school events in years gone by. This is just one of the pictures we…

GOSHEN VALLEY — You know its springtime when the Easter Bunny shows up! Mr. Rabbit dropped in to surprise the crowd at the monthly Country Breakfast held at Goshen Valley Vol. Fire Dapertment on Saturday, April 13, 2019.

SNEEDVILLE — Growing up as a child in the Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee means many things to many people, but for one now grown-up girl who is still very proud of her Hancock County “roots”, the old cliché is so very true, so much so that it became the title of her self-published b…

BEAN STATION — “An Evening of Bluegrass” on Friday, April 12, will not only offer a lot of good, all-family entertainment to those who love the authentic American music, but will also help raise money for Kingswood Home for Children.

ROGERSVILLE — Filled with dozens of photos of local people doing what local people do in a typical weekend, the new edition of “A Spring Weekend in Hawkins County” is available now at the Review office and at vendor locations around the area. Pick up a FREE copy, and, who knows, you might ev…

WASHINGTON, DC — The Federal Communications Commission says that more than 1,000 television stations have, or will be, transitioning to new frequencies between now and July 2020, including four in the Tri-Cities area of Tennessee.

ROGERSVILLE — HolstonConnect, a subsidiary of Holston Electric Cooperative that aims to bring gigabit-speed internet to thousands of unserved residents in rural East Tennessee, has filed a Federal Communications Commission retransmission consent complaint against Nexstar Media Group, current…

KNOXVILLE — Volunteer East Tennessee continues the call for nominations for the East Tennessee Volunteer Recognition Awards (ETVRA), honoring outstanding adult and youth volunteers. Nominations are due March 1, 2019, and can be submitted online at www.volunteeretn.org/ETVRA.

ROGERSVILLE — Join the popular Johnson City-based band, Loose Leaves, on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. at Mel’s Riverside Bar & Grill (formerly Tennessee Jack’s) on Highway 66 South just across the Hugh B. Day (Holston River) bridge for what’s guaranteed to be a great show. Founded by Chur…

ROGERSVILLE — “A Winter Weekend in Hawkins County” magazine will be available beginning later this week at the Review office and at vendors across the county. Pick up your copy and see — from countyline to countyline — what happens in a typical weekend in the Hawkins County neighborhood!

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee State Museum’s first new exhibition since its grand opening will be “Between the Layers: Art and Story in Tennessee Quilts.” Slated to open February 8, 2019 and run through May 27, with quilts selected from the Museum’s vast collection, the show will highlight Tenne…

ROGERSVILLE — Diane Horton, who does acrylic painting, has been selected to represent the Local Artists Gallery as their Artist of the Month for November.

ROGERSVILLE — Tennessee Jack’s on the River (3415 Hwy 66S) will welcome award-winning musicians, The Way Down Wanderers, to the venue for a family-friendly event on Sunday, Oct. 21, with music starting at 3 p.m.

MORRISTOWN — A little over a year ago, four strangers walked into a classroom at Walters State. Each brought a little bit of musical magic with them. That magic made High Lonesome Senate, the college’s bluegrass band, one of the most popular groups in the area.

ROGERSVILLE — Audrey Linkous, left, and Saucy Hawgs owner Lori Baskette, right, pose with actresses Addie Miller and Kylie Syzmanski, both of whom appeared in the popular AMC TV series, The Walking Dead, during their appearance at the local restaurant on Sept. 22. In the other photo, signing…

ROGERSVILLE — The 2018 Heritage Days will kick off on Friday evening, Oct. 12. A favorite of festival goers, the Children’s Costume Contest and Parade, will begin from the First Baptist Church parking lot. Children will gather, dressed in period costume, to represent “People of our Heritage”…

RUTLEDGE — Country music icon Trace Adkins waves to the crowd Saturday evening at the annual Grainger Co. Tomato Festival in Rutledge. The free concert was attended by thousands who came to hear the legendary recording artist perform his long list of #1 hits.

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 — 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…

ROGERSVILLE — The featured Artist of the month at the Local Artists Gallery is actually a couple living here in Rogersville since 2010. The paintings of Tulasi McClellan and the woodworks of Don McClellan, are found at the Local Artists Gallery at 124 Main Street.

With the dust settling from a frenetic pace at the end of session, some are asking how did small business fare in the 110th Tennessee General Assembly? As state director of NFIB, Tennessee’s leading small-business association, I’d say it fared quite well, with passage of several meaningful b…

ROGERSVILLE – One-hundred-fifty-one people voted on Thursday, April 19, either by voting early at the Hawkins County Courthouse or the satellite voting location at the Church Hill Rescue Squad building or by submitting an absentee ballot for the May 1 Democratic and Republican County Primary…

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