KYLES FORD – In spite of the nasty weather, dozens of children came out on Halloween night for the Trunk or Treat event at Panther Creek/Kyles Ford Vol. Fire Department. In addition to the free treats for the little ones, hot dogs and refreshments for all ages were sold as a fundraiser.
SNEEDVILLE — Members of Sneedville First Baptist Church hosted a Trunk or Treat inside their warm, dry basement on Halloween night, where dozens of little ones — from angels to superheroes — received goodies.
SNEEDVILLE — Falling temperatures and a cold rain throughout the day on Thursday, Oct. 31, forced the Town of Sneedville’s Trunk or Treat to move indoors to the old High School Gym where hundreds of little trick-or-treaters lined up to get candy and other surprises from participating sponsors.
ROGERSVILLE — The staff at Rogersville’s H.B. Stamps Memorial Library is excited to announce that author Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne will be at the library on Nov. 8, from 4 to 6 p.m., to discuss her debut novel, “Holding on to Nothing.”
SNEEDVILLE — Sneedville’s Friendly Farm is hosting an ongoing fall festival on the Saturdays in October from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Saturday, Oct. 26.
SNEEDVILLE — Dozens of little ghouls, goblins, and other assorted characters will be visiting Hancock Manor Nursing Home on the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 29, for Halloween in the Hallways.
MORRISTOWN — Robyn Willmann, of Sneedville, will be exhibiting at the 44th Annual Mountain Makins Festival at Rose Center in downtown Morristown. This year’s festival takes place on October 26-27.
ROGERSVILLE — The 40th annual Heritage Days celebration in historic downtown Rogersville attracted a large crowd from Hawkins and other Tennessee counties as well as multiple states, who enjoyed everything from great food, to live music, historic exhibits and displays, art and quilt shows, s…
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville Heritage Association will be hosting their second “Music Monday” celebration at Crockett Springs Park on Monday, Oct. 7, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
ROGERSVILLE – With beef brisket, pinto beans and fixings, cornbread, buttered potatoes, collard greens, corn, desserts and more on the menu, it must be time for the 16th Annual Soul Food Dinner at Heritage Days, presented by Price Public Community Center and American Legion Auxiliary 231.
With all the talk of impeachment, it is time once again to explain exactly what impeachment is and also to look at it historically. The important things to remember are that, one, impeachment does not mean removing a sitting president; two, we have never removed a president before; and three…
ROGERSVILLE – Applications are now available for the Heritage Days Mixed Media Regional Art Show. The art show is open to anyone. Those interested can submit paintings, drawings, photography, sculptures, needlework, fiber art, glass and any other form of three-dimensional art.
SNEEDVILLE — If it’s free food, free door prizes, free entertainment and lots of fellowship time with your friends and neighbors that you’re looking for, then Hancock County’s annual Appreciation Day is an event you don’t want to miss!
PRESSMEN’S HOME — Two Nashville musicians, Pete McKeown and Andrea Davidson, are breathing new life into what was once a dairy barn on the historic Pressmen’s Home property near Rogersville. After cleaning it up a bit, the duo has turned the former working barn into a music venue they hope c…
SURGOINSVILLE — There was plenty of food, music, vintage tractors, fun activities for the kids, and some somber moments at Surgoinsville’s annual Riverfront Festival last Saturday as members of local Cub Scout and Boy Scout troops were joined by area veterans for an official U.S. Flag Retire…
SURGOINSVILLE — The Town of Surgoinsville celebrated Labor Day weekend with its annual Block Party and Riverfront Festival. Here are some snapshots from Friday’s parade through downtown and Block Party at Riverfront Park.
ROGERSVILLE — HolstonConnect, a wholly-owned, not-for-profit subsidiary of Holston Electric Cooperative, announced they have come to terms on a new deal with Nexstar that will put stations on air just in time for the launch of NCAA football season.
ROGERSVILLE — The Hawkins Co. Cancer Support Group hosted their annual Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet on August 24 at Rogersville City Park. The annual event is one of three major fundraising events for the group which provides assistance to local cancer patients through the fo…
SURGOINSVILLE — Looking for good, all-family fun on Labor Day weekend but don’t want to spend half a day driving to get there, or an arm and a leg on admission tickets once you arrive? Then mark the 2019 Riverfront Festival and Block Party on your calendar.
SURGOINSVILLE — Looking for good, all-family fun on the upcoming Labor Day weekend but don’t want to spend half a day driving to get there, or an arm and a leg on admission tickets once you arrive? Then mark the 2019 Riverfront Festival and Block Party on your calendar.
ROGERSVILLE — The Hawkins County Imagination Library Board is gearing up for their second annual “No-Run Run” fundraiser in memory of the late Rogersville storyteller and humorist, Doc McConnell. The HCIL is seeking to raise $30,000, which is the cost to purchase one book per month for one y…
MURFREESBORO — A number of friends and family members of the late Phillip Beal made the trip to Murfreesboro on Saturday for the local radio station owner’s induction into the Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame.
ROGERSVILLE — The Local Artists Gallery, of Rogersville, is pleased to announce its Open House and celebration of Stephanie Brunelle as Artist of the Month for August.
ROGERSVILLE — Local fans turned out last Saturday to meet, pose for pictures and get autographs from several of the original stars of the iconic “The Dukes of Hazzard” TV show, including Like Duke himself, Tom Wopat, Sonny Schroyer (“Deputy Enos”), Mayf Nutter, Lindsay Bloom (“the other Hazz…
ROGERSVILLE — Several original stars of one of the most iconic television shows of all time were in Hawkins County last Saturday to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the debut of “The Dukes of Hazzard”.
ROGERSVILLE — What began last Saturday as a day of fun and celebration of 30 years of service for the Hawkins Co. Humane Society turned into sadness on Monday after it was discovered that someone had broken into the shelter and stolen all of the proceeds earned from the July 20 event, along …
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville/Hawkins Co. Chamber of Commerce will host an Open House and Ribbon Cutting at its new office, located at 110 East Kyle Street, in Rogersville, on Friday, July 26.
ROGERSVILLE — During its July 9 meeting, the Rogersville Park Board discussed the possibility of receiving a Local Parks and Recreation Fund (LPRF) grant as well as certain projects undertaken by the Chamber of Commerce to beautify the town’s local parks.
KINGSPORT — Here are some snapshots from Kingsport’s Fourth of July parade that include some Hawkins Countians, along with members of the Volunteer High School Marching Band.
ROGERSVILLE — Dianne Horton, who does acrylic painting, has been selected to represent the Local Artists’ Gallery as their Artist of the Month for July, 2019.
ROGERSVILLE — Two-year old Grayson Bolden is taught to honor the American flag while having a blast at the Rogersville 4th of July parade. For more photos from area Fourth of July celebrations, see more Fourth of July photos inside this edition of The Review.
ROGERSVILLE — Here are some snapshots from Fourth of July activities at Rogersville City Park, featuring entertainment by Andrea Davidson & Band, and the Bulls Gap Band.
ROGERSVILLE — The July Cruise In on the Square was held in downtown Rogersville on Friday evening, July 5. Over 125 cars were displayed. The next cruise in will be August 10.
Once again, it’s time for fireworks, picnics and parades as the nation celebrates Independence Day. Collectively, we enjoy many liberties, but some freedoms can be elusive – and financial freedom is one of them. What actions can you take to help yourself eventually declare your own financial…