ROGERSVILLE – Lewis E. “Luke” Price was interred beside his parents in Rogersville's Highland Cemetery on Friday afternoon following a graveside service conducted by the Tennessee Army National Guard as members of his extended family and a host of area residents watched and listened.

KINGSPORT – On Dec. 7 at approximately 2:30 .p.m., Kingsport Police Patrol Officers were dispatched to 81 near the Interstate 26 interchange in reference to a crash involving an overturned tractor-trailer. As of the time of issuance of this news release, southbound I-81 is completely blocked.

ROGERSIVLLE – A fund-raising event for the Wreaths Across America program will be held from noon until 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Hawkins County Cattlemen's Association, which is located at 110 Stewart Drive just off Stanley Valley Road.

ROGERSVILLE – When the two early voting polling places in Hawkins County closed on Saturday, Oct. 27, a total of 7,258 people had cast ballots either early in person or via mail through the first 10 days of early voting.

ROGERSVILLE – On Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018, Barbara Kelly, a Mooresburg woman who had been reported missing earlier this week, was located and is safe, according to the Hawkins County Sheriff's Office. 

ROGERSVILLE – When the two early voting polling places in Hawkins County closed on Thursday, Oct. 25, a total of 6,223 people had cast ballots either early in person or via mail through the first eight days of early voting.

ROGERSVILLE -- There will be early voting at the Courthouse and Church Hill Rescue Squad on Saturday, Oct. 20, from 9 a.m. until Noon. Remember, the sample ballot may be viewed on the Election Commission webpage at https://hawkinscountytn.gov/election_commission.html .

ROGERSVILLE – When the two Hawkins County polling places for the Nov. 6 General Election and associated municipal elections, closed on Thursday, Oct. 18, a total of 1,863 county voters had cast ballots through the first two days of early voting.

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CHURCH HILL – Church Hill police officers, on Friday, Aug. 10, apprehended an Erwin man after a foot chase through Holston Army Ammunition Plant property and into Derrick Park. The suspect had been pursued into town early Friday morning by the Tennessee Highway Patrol, but had abandoned his …

ROGERSVILLE – Hawkins County Administrator of Elections Donna Sharp announced Tuesday, June 19, that the voting machines to be used for the Aug. 2 Federal and State Republican and Democratic Primary Elections and the Aug. 2 County General Election in Hawkins County will be available for insp…

EIDSON –  Highway 70N on Clinch Mountain in Hawkins County will remain closed between State Route 94 and Clinch Valley Road until the morning of Thursday, May 24. the Tennessee Department of Transportation announced on Tuesday, May 8.

ROGERSVILLE – When the early voting period for the May 1 county Democratic and Republican Primary Elections ended on Thursday afternoon, April 26, a total of 2,569 people had cast ballots by voting early, voting in a nursing home, or casting an absentee ballot or military ballot.

ROGERSVILLE – The total number of people who have voted early, cast absentee ballots or voted in nursing homes since the early voting period began April 11 surpassed 1,400 on Friday, April 20.

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…

ROGERSVILLE – An investigation by the Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, working in conjunction with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Rogersville Police Department, has resulted in the indictment of Shawn Hatchett, the former Rogersville Water Department superintendent, State Comptroll…