A few weeks ago, Judy and Ern Marburg sent me an email asking about the lack of birds at their Abingdon, Virginia, home.
When I was a kid, I was fooled more than once when reading about a monster at the end of a "Sesame Street" book.
From the mount to the stage comes the word of Christ.
KINGSPORT, Tenn. - When it comes right down to it, Kari Jobe wants her mission to be perfectly clear.
Two Bristolians hike the Appalachian Trail to earn money for Alzheimer's Association and the March of Dimes.
Nearly a decade in the making, the Bristol Herald Courier writer’s latest volume spans the state of Virginia via former railroad tracks turned pedestrian trails.
Countdown to Quit Day is under way to help tobacco users prepare for Virginia Quit Day, Nov. 20.
A tractor trailer unhitched from its cab and smashed into the Appalachian Arts Center damaging arts, crafts, paintings and books that have all been made by local artists in the Southwest Virginia region.
You've got until Nov. 15 to call in the hounds. Barter's Mainstage production is a "spine-tingling production."
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