The Bristol Herald Courier won 17 awards — with seven first-place honors — in the Tennessee Press Association’s 2019 newspaper contest.
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BRISTOL, Va. — A Bristol, Virginia, man accused of crashing his pickup truck into a vacant convenience store along King Mill Pike on Sunday night faces charges of drunken driving and felony child neglect, police said Monday.
Holy Friendship Summit, a two-day conference centered on the ongoing opioid epidemic plaguing the Mountain Empire, will be held at Celebration Church in Blountville on May 18-19.
For many, seasonal joys can be diluted by the thought of relentless allergy symptoms like sneezing, congestion, post-nasal drip and irritated eyes. Relief can be hard to come by, and those fed up with over-the-counter medications may begin looking for more natural ways to alleviate their relentless allergies.
It’s not work if you’re doing something you love. That’s the motto for two of the Twin City’s newest residents, Gary Easmunt and Debbie Williams. The couple, who recently relocated from Bradenton, Florida, is working to remodel and renovate the former Bristol Skate Inn on Kmart Drive in Bristol, Tennessee.
The Bristol Herald Courier won 25 awards – including 14 first-place honors – in the annual Virginia Press Association contest.
BRISTOL, Va. — Food City is unveiling two new initiatives to help customers celebrate its 100th year of operations.
BRISTOL, Va. — Drive down Interstate 81 — or just about any other main highway in the country — and you’ll see big blue signs decorated with business logos near most exits.
BRISTOL, Va. — A Virginia High School student has reached the elite eight in a contest to be the designer of a license plate that will bring awareness to distracted driving across the state.
BRISTOL, Va. — A deadly car crash remains under investigation this morning in Bristol, Virginia, according to the Bristol Virginia Police Depa…