GREENEVILLE — Local author Pauline E. Petsel has released her latest book, “Night Lights Over Greeneville”. The book was inspired after she asked local people what the flashing lights over the mountain were and all she got was “I don’t know. They’ve been seein’ em for years. Guess they are a…

PANTHER CREEK/KYLES FORD — “A Celebration of Christmas” was performed by the Fire-Pups recently at Panther Creek Vol. Fire Department. The young people did a fine job on their Christmas play and provided some very funny and heartwarming entertainment. A selection of soups and desserts were e…

The weekend of December 6-8, 2019, was filled with every imaginable type of holiday activity, with all of the routine “day to day” stuff tossed in, and much of it is captured in dozens upon dozens of photos in the Review’s annual “A Winter Weekend in the Life of Hawkins County” available lat…

SURGOINSVILLE — Here are some snapshots of Surgoinsville’s Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 14, made by Review contributor Rita Dykes.

SNEEDVILLE — Sneedville rang in the Christmas season in Hancock County on Dec. 7, 2019, with its annual parade, and here are more snapshots for readers to enjoy (continued from last week)! MERRY CHRISTMAS to all of you from all of us at The Hancock Co. Eagle. From our staff to you and your f…

SNEEDVILLE — Tis the season, and Sneedville rang in the Christmas season in Hancock County on Dec. 7, 2019, with its annual parade. Here are some snapshots with more to come in next week’s Eagle!

CHURCH HILL — Hundreds of folks turned out Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, under beautiful, clear skies, for Church Hill’s annual Christmas parade. For more photos of local parades and other events that happened in the county last weekend, be sure to pick up a FREE copy of the Review’s annual “A Win…

CHURCH HILL / ROGERSVILLE — Jolly old St. Nick was the person of the day at Christmas parades in Church Hill and Rogersville on Saturday, with this photo being made at the Church Hill event. More photos can be found inside the Review, on our website, and also in our annual “A Winter Weekend …

ROGERSVILLE — Bring your children out to Hawkins Elementary School this Saturday, Dec. 14, from 8 a.m. until 10:30 a.m., for Breakfast With the Grinch® and Friends — Elsa®, Jessie®, Buzz Lightyear® and other popular cartoon characters.

MOUNT CARMEL — Students at Mount Carmel Elementary “Put First Things First” recently and donated 902 food items in honor of Matt Hixson, Director of Hawkins County Schools. November is the month to honor the Director of Schools and the A-Team asked students to bring in food items to help oth…

ROGERSVILLE — The 25th annual “Scouting for Food” food drive was held last weekend as tens of thousands of Cub scouts and Boy scouts canvased their communities the second Saturday of November putting grocery plastic bags on doors and mailboxes in hopes they will return the following Saturday…

ROGERSVILLE — Hawkins County and Kingsport Native Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne recently released her first novel, “Holding on to Nothing” in October of this year. On Nov. 8, Shelburne visited Rogersville’s H.B. Stamps Library to read, discuss and sign copies of her new work.

ROGERSVILLE — Throughout the region each fall since 1992, K-VA-T foods which operates both Food City and Superdollar stores, has conducted their annual Race Against Hunger campaign to raise funds for local non-profit hunger relief organizations.

ROGERSVILLE — National Fire Heritage Center (NFHC) President Bill Killen, CFO, FIFireE, of Church Hill, a member of the original Apollo Astronaut Rescue Team and the author of “The History of the Apollo and Skylab Astronaut Rescue Team” will be signing copies of his new book at The Rogersvil…

SNEEDVILLE — Project Director Miranda Russell appeared before the Hancock Co. Commission on Monday evening and spoke enthusiastically about two grants that have been received, and also asked the board for a small amount of financial support that will help her group to provide even more oppor…

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 — 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.

MORRISTOWN — High Lonesome Senate, the Walters State Community College bluegrass band, will celebrates release of its second CD at two upcoming concerts:

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.”

ROGERSVILLE — On the morning of Oct. 11, Tillie Richardson and Cheryl Battaglia were busy preparing to display the work they have spent months on.

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…

Singer/songwriter Andrea Davidson performs at the annual 4th of July, 2019, concert in Rogersville.

Singer/songwriter Peter McKeown warms up prior to a Fall 2018 event at The Castle Barn.

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…

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