ROGERSVILLE — 2 Timothy 4:7 ... “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”
ROGERSVILLE — A naked man who entered a residence on Rogers Road on Saturday and said that he needed items and that “everyone was going to die” was later found at another house and arrested on aggravated burglary (three counts), vandalism over $1,000, and indecent exposure.
ROGERSVILLE — Reports of a man brandishing a long gun and beating on the door of a residence on Burem Road last Friday evening, April 3, 2020, led to Hawkins Co. Sheriff’s Deputies responding to the scene and deploying their department-issued AR-15 rifles.
Blair Walsingham recently announced her candidacy for Tennessee’s First District congressional seat, which is currently held by Phil Roe.
JOHNSON CITY, TENN. – To increase coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, the Northeast Regional Health Office has established assessment sites in Carter, Greene, Hawkins/Rogersville and Washington counties. Assessment sites are open to pre-screened and pre-registered patients only.
The Spring 2020 issue of Discover Hawkins County magazine will be available later this week at local advertising sponsors and vendors (that are still open). The Review has also placed a stack of the magazines on a rack outside of the front door of our office in downtown Rogersville and anyon…
(Greeneville, TN) – On April 2, Tennessee State Representative David Hawk (R-5, Greene County) officially announces his decision to seek the office of United States Representative for Tennessee’s First Congressional District.“It has been my distinct honor to serve the citizens of Greene Coun…
The Department of the Treasury announced on April 1 that Social Security beneficiaries who are not typically required to file tax returns will not need to file an abbreviated tax return to receive an economic impact payment.
ROGERSVILLE — Wilma H. Matney, age 90, of Rogersville, TN passed peacefully at home Friday, April 3, 2020 surrounded by family following years battling dementia. She is now at rest in her heavenly home.
Hawkins Co. Mayor Jim Lee announced on April 4 that he will be closing both Laurel Run and St. Clair Parks beginning April 5 until further notice.
CHURCH HILL — The First Free Will Baptist Church in Church Hill held a “March for Marlee 5K” on Saturday, March 14, 2020.
(PUB. NOTE: This story originally appeared in the February, 2020 issue of Discover Hancock County magazine. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, readers may want to check with the owners regarding any changes in scheduling for their spring activities.)
The following reports are on file at the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office. All individuals should be presumed innocent of the charges unless they are found guilty in a court of law.
The Rogersville Review is pleased to announce that, in October of 2020, a new county will be added to our award-winning lineup of full-color magazines that focus on the people, places, events, history, culture, food, arts, business, faith and tourism in our region.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began forcing mass cancellations of scheduled events, the Review and Eagle temporarily suspended the publication of our community calendars, including the “Ongoing Calender” of recurring events, most all of which have been temporarily called off.
MOUNT CARMEL — A car reported as stolen from an address in Surgoinsville was recovered last week after a Hawkins Co. Sheriff’s Deputy spotted and pursued the vehicle in the Mount Carmel area.
SURGOINSVILLE —A registration violation led to a traffic stop last week that ultimately resulted in nine charges — including several drug-related — against a Rogersville man.
Though Governor Bill Lee signed a “Safer at Home” order strongly urging Tennesseans to stay home to avoid spread of COVID-19, he explained in a press briefing just hours ago that recent data shows that the order is not being followed.
The Rogersville Health Department has set up a drive-thru testing site, which will be available on Friday, April 3, for anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
The Rogersville-based group known as Project Serve our Soldiers has recently partnered with members of the Happy Hearts Quilt Guild to hand-make masks to distribute to local first responders as the area continues to battle COVID-19.
ROGERSVILLE — A Kingsport man — considered armed and dangerous — who was the subject of a countywide manhunt earlier this week after he allegedly went on a crime spree through the northwestern part of the county, was found and arrested Wednesday evening around 6 p.m. ... hiding under a bed i…
Tennessee’s top prosecutors — three United States Attorneys and the Tennessee Attorney General — are coordinating their efforts to prevent residents from being victimized by fraud schemes and other unlawful acts during disaster-relief efforts and the coronavirus pandemic and will investigate…
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Starting this week, Ballad Health will be among the first healthcare systems in the nation to deploy rapid testing for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
ROGERSVILLE — Robert G. Davenport, age 88, of Rogersville,went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, following a courageous battle with an extended illness.
As you may already know, all local Social Security offices have been closed to the public for in-person service since Tuesday, March 17, 2020. This decision protects the population we serve — older Americans and people with underlying medical conditions — and our employees during the Coronav…
ROGERSVILLE — The Tennessee Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom promotes agricultural literacy through teacher training and materials that provide public and private school teachers with accurate information about modern agriculture that can be used in their classrooms. The Foundatio…
ROGERSVILLE — A Whitesburg man who fled from a Hawkins Co. Sheriff’s Deputy attempting to make a traffic stop due to speeding, ended up facing a litany of other charges.
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. – Ballad Health has identified a cluster of positive coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) tests in Hawkins County, including three Hawkins County Memorial Hospital team members.
SNEEDVILLE — The Hancock Co. Mental Health Clinic in Sneedville is offering telephonic and/or tele-video services for: therapy, intensive outpatient programs, medication management, care coordination/case management, and peer support.