The Johnson City Parks and Recreation Department invites you and your family to Join in the Fun of spring sports. More>>
Today on News Channel 11 at Noon we resume our "Great Sandwiches of the South" tour with Fred Sauceman in our monthly Food with Fred segment. More>>
All proceeds from the race benefit the JMH Foundation. More>>
The "Valentine's Day Fundraiser Concert" at ETSU has been rescheduled for Friday, March 21. More>>
Tickets are now on sale for the "All Years' Reunion" alumni dinner on April 11 for anyone who either attended or graduated from University School at ETSU. More>>
The Washington County Virginia Sheriff’s C.C. Porter Animal Shelter will offer free adoptions for all animals adopted from March 17 – April 17, 2014 More>>
Organizers of the Thirsty Orange Brew Extravaganza introduced a new event to kick off the weekend of the popular beer festival in Johnson City. More>>
Free luncheon seminar to answer Social Security questions rescheduled for March 11 at the Abingdon Senior Center.
Free luncheon seminar to answer Social Security questions rescheduled for March 11 at the Abingdon Senior Center.More>>
Camp fee is $20, and children will enjoy participating in basketball, baseball, football, soccer, kickball, arts and crafts, swimming, and much more. More>>
All blood types are needed. Donors with O-negative blood type are especially encouraged to donate as O-negative is the universal blood type, given to patients in an emergency situation when their own blood type is unknown. More>>
A free course designed to give women the basic tools of self-defense and the confidence to use them begins in March at Northeast State Community College. More>>
It's time to lace up those running shoes, hit the pavement, and take part in a St. Patrick's tradition. More>>
The wait is over. Girl Scout Cookies are set to arrive in the Tri-Cities region this weekend. More>>
Find out what really happens to your body when you have a hangover and how you can best prevent or treat the symptoms. More>>
There's no better way to ring in the new year than gathering with friends for a night of festivities, but be sure to take steps to keep your party safe. More>>
The upcoming holiday is not just about the parades, football games, or all the turkey you can eat. It's about spending time with friends and loved ones and having fun, in real life rather than on the Web.
Sure, the turkey is typically the star of Thanksgiving dinner. But it’s really the side dishes that make or break the meal.
What do you do with those little nubbins of wax that are too short to burn, but just large enough to make you feel guilty for tossing them? More>>
To cut the stress out of Thanksgiving Day, streamline your meal planning. More>>