Choose a church of choice for worship services -
Many churches in the area offer worship services
The Falls wins on two fronts -
BRISTOL, Va. — City leaders scored two huge victories in their effort to develop The Falls retail project Friday — one in Richmond and the other in Circuit Court.
Tennessee High hosts swim meet for students with disabilities -
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Cheers echoed across the Tennessee High School pool Friday. A buzzer sounded, signaling the start of the race.
Splitting at the seams -
ABINGDON, Va. — The books and services offered by the Washington County Public Library system have outgrown its main building, and board members are seeking new space, the library’s director said.
Top volunteer steps from behind the camera -
BRISTOL, Va. — Te-Kai Shu has been at all of the important campaign events for the United Way of Bristol over the last year — usually carrying a large camera and snapping photos of the event.
Take a 'wild ride' with Highlands Ballet -
Cast of wee ones to wow professionals tell the stories of Quioxte, Casey, Alice.
City reacts to news affecting The Falls -
“Both the news from the General Assembly, as well as the news of the complaint dismissal have been well-received,” said City Attorney Pete Curcio. “It’s a good day for Bristol, Virginia,” he said.
Tip leads Smyth County deputies to meth lab -
The active meth lab was found at a home in the 2100 block of Highway Sixteen in Marion, Va.
Set clocks ahead this weekend for daylight saving time -
It's also a good time to put new batteries in warning devices such as smoke detectors and hazard warning radios.
Civil suit against Bristol, Va., over The Falls development dismissed -
BRISTOL, Va. — Circuit Court Judge Sage Johnson has dismissed a civil suit brought against the City of Bristol, Va. by a business owner who challenged the locality's right to borrow money as part of d