The Bristol Herald Courier publishes the Holiday Planner to help readers choose how to spend their time together during the holidays. Entries are still being accepted by email, email@example.com, mail, Holiday Planner, Bristol Herald Courier, P.O. Box 609, Bristol, VA 24203 or fax, (276) 669-3696. After Dec. 1, the listing will run in the Friday calendar and and appear online at TriCities.com.
Connie Neubauer watched from the wings of “the little theatre” at Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Va. Her little one, 10-year-old Michele Neubauer, danced the role of Clara during Bristol Ballet’s first full production of “The Nutcracker” that day.
GRUNDY, Va. - When I first found Grundy, nearly 20 years ago, all of the original downtown buildings still appeared to be standing.
Want to be on television? If you live within driving distance from Richmond, Va., now is your chance.
Elizabethton’s Hunter Berry fiddled his way from childhood gigs throughout the Mountain Empire to bluegrass royalty as Rhonda Vincent’s fiddler.
With a name like Mule Hell, well, it has to smell good. Crystal Gillan is bringing her soaps and lotions to the Coomes Christmas Show in Abingdon, Va.
David Mayfield personifies excitement.
Edison Jennings and Linda Hudson Hoagland release works of poetry.
ABINGDON, Va. - Community members interested in receiving information about the federal Affordable Care Act and free, one-on-one enrollment assistance are invited to attend a public session at Virginia Highlands Community College on Dec. 5 at 2 p.m.