NASHVILLE — Are you a landowner looking to conserve and maintain your forest? If so, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry (TDF) is now accepting orders for tree seedlings at the East Tennessee Nursery in Delano.
ROGERSVILLE — Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee invites residents in Hawkins and Hancock counties to a new event which provides a variety of resources, Stable Lives, Stable Communities.
ROGERSVILLE — The Rogersville Review and The Hancock Co. Eagle are pleased to announce that Allison Goley has joined the newspapers’ newsgathering team as a Staff Writer and Photographer.
MOORESBURG – The Mooresburg/Bean Station/Hancock County (MBSHC) Senior League (13-16) softball team is on its way back to the Southeast Regional after capturing the Tennessee State Championship last weekend in Portland, Tenn.
ROGERSVILLE — A traffic stop for what started out to be a minor tag lighting infraction turned into multiple arrests on drug and other charges early Tuesday morning.
MOORESBURG — Two people were arrested last week following a disturbance at a Mooresburg address that involved an assault, criminal trespass, and two residents being threatened by having a shotgun pointed at them.
MOORESBURG — A Mooresburg woman told a Hawkins Co. Sheriff’s Deputy recently that she had lost $9,600 in an apparent scam to a man she met online who convinced her to send him money.
In response to my clarion call for citizens to push back against anti-Americanism and cultural assassins, several of you have asked how. Some believe the battle is already lost. Some think violent resistance is the only solution. I disagree with both mindsets.
As you look up at the moon this weekend, stop and remember — if you’re in the same age bracket as I am — that unforgettable summer, July 20, 1969 ... 50 years ago this weekend ... when human beings from Planet Earth first set foot on an alien world.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office has created a new interactive web tool that provides important information about Tennessee’s Tax Relief program.
ROGERSVILLE — Authorities in Rogersville are looking for a vehicle registered to a Sneedville resident after that car apparently caused some $3,000 in damage to gas pumps at a local convenience store.
SNEEDVILLE — The Emergency Water Shed Protection Agency has approved a $517,000 grant for the City of Sneedville to help finance the reconstruction of Jones Road.
ROGERSVILLE — A man who allegedly set his parents’ hayfield on fire did so apparently because he was angry over not being given a ride back to his home.
KINGSPORT — A Sullivan County man who was reported as missing in April has still not been found and police in Kingsport are again asking the public for help in locating him.
ROGERSVILLE — At the end of the first week of the East Tennessee Awakening, the brilliant blue and white tent three miles west of Rogersville is just now garnering attention of many area residents.
SNEEDVILLE — The HOPE for Hancock Cancer Fund will have its annual ‘Walk for HOPE’ on Saturday, Aug. 3 at 7 p.m. at Sneedville City Park, with Survivor registration at 6 p.m.
NASHVILLE – The Tenn. Dept. of Agriculture is advising homeowners and gardeners to monitor their rhododendron plants after detecting a disease that kills plants, trees, and shrubs.
SNEEDVILLE — Organizers are hoping that the weather on Saturday will be better than it was in June, so that the annual Joshua Mabe Memorial Scholarship Ride can proceed as planned.
ROGERSVILLE — Work continues to repair the damage to SR 66 and SR 70, between Rogersville and Sneedville, caused by massive flooding and mudslides earlier this year on the sides of Clinch Mountain.
SNEEDVILLE — It was a ton of fun, it was both hilariously funny and deadly serious out on the court as six teams took to the floor on Saturday, June 29, in the Hancock Co. Rescue Squad’s “Badges for Kids” basketball tournament.
As I near the end of my time at Jubilee, I’ve been reflecting back on the many blessings I’ve received over my years here. I have felt God’s hand teaching me and moving to shape my life in new ways. I pray that I have been able to listen and be faithful to the things that God has asked. Some…
SNEEDVILLE — For more than two decades, Tennessee’s County Health Councils have provided critical leadership in bringing people together to improve health outcomes in our communities.
SNEEDVILLE — A Sneedville man lost his life on Saturday, July 6, after the side-by-side utility vehicle on which he was riding apparently went off the edge of a steep embankment and rolled over.
SNEEDVILLE — A large turnout enjoyed great food and music at the 6th Annual Beans and Bluegrass event at the Sneedville Community Center on June 28. Sponsored by the Hancock/Sneedville Chamber of Commerce, proceeds went to the Hancock Co. Rescue Squad.
The Hancock and Hawkins County Health Departments have partnered with the College of Public Health at East Tennessee State University to provide three community lending libraries located at each of the health departments.
SNEEDVILLE — The Grand Jury for Hancock County, Tennessee met on June 17, 2019 and returned the following presentments and indictments, according to the Hancock Co. Sheriff’s Office:
SNEEDVILLE / ROGERSVILLE — When you get a chance, visit Swift Park, in Rogersville, and Sneedville City Park, in Sneedville, to see the recently completed playground paintings that encourage physical activity among the children who visit the parks.
SNEEDVILLE — A Community Hoedown on Thursday, June 27, sponsored by Centreville United Methodist Church at the Jubilee Center, was well attended. There was free barbecue for all, along with square dancing and good old fashioned fun. Pictured are volunteers preparing the food, grilling the me…
ROGERSVILLE — Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee invites residents in Hawkins and Hancock counties to a new event which provides a variety of resources, “Stable Lives, Stable Communities”.
I just lost a dear friend on Friday. I had known this friend for more than 13 years. In fact, this friend had been living with me for all that time. Don’t get excited. The friend was my sweet little dog, Phoebe. Phoebe was a dapple miniature dachshund that I got from a breeder in 2006.
SNEEDVILLE – For the third year in a row, Hancock County Hospital has been recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as being among “67 critical access hospitals to know” for 2019.
“There is no credit to being a comedian, when you have the whole Government working for you. All you have to do is report the facts. I don’t even have to exaggerate.”
NASHVILLE — Several new anti-crime bills took effect July 1 as the state’s new fiscal year begins, including major legislation passed by the General Assembly reforming Tennessee’s death penalty appeals process.
ROGERSVILLE — A Mooresburg man, who was out of jail on bond on a prior charge, and who was wanted for two counts of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder as well as numerous other charges after he allegedly struck a county patrol car with his vehicle and almost hit two others as he was fleeing from th…
KINGSPORT — East Tennessee State University at Kingsport Allandale is partnering with the Dan’l Boone Car Club to sponsor the free Fun Fest Car Show for all vehicles on Saturday, July 13, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the parking lot at 1501 University Boulevard.
KINGSPORT — The Tri-Cities Civil War Roundtable, Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts, and FunFest will present “A Civil War Evening with Bobby Horton” on Monday, July 15.