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Past articles by Brandon:

Community Hero: Benny Lyons

If you live in Carter County, this week's community hero has touched your life in some way. → Read More

Bristol Tennessee and Bristol Virginia kick season off with annual tree lighting

Folks in Bristol Tennessee and Virginia welcomed the season in with the annual Christmas Tree lighting. → Read More

THP launches 'I-40 Challenge' during holiday weekend

The Tennessee Highway Patrol has announced their sixth annual I-40 challenge, which will increase the frequency of patrols and checkpoints on the major highway during the holiday season. → Read More

Registration underway for Johnson City Annual Turkey Trot

Registration is underway at Memorial Park Community Center for the 12th Annual Turkey Trot. → Read More

Firefighters give away coats during 'Operation Warm'

The Johnson City chapter of the Professional Firefighters Association along with the Boys and Girls Club of Johnson City made sure that a group of kids would have a warm winter this year during what's called Operation Warm. → Read More

Langston Community Center project receives new donation

Members of the LEAD (Langston Education and Arts Development) Executive Board and City of Johnson City held a press conference on Thursday to announce a donation to the Langston High School renovation project. → Read More

"Lunchbox Love" project in sixth year and going strong

Briggs Goforth is celebrating his sixth birthday cancer free. Each year on his birthday, his family makes donations to Niswonger Children's Hospital. → Read More

Bell ringers needed for Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive

KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) - An organization dedicated to helping others is in need some help of their own this holiday season. → Read More

Cherokee leader Junaluska statue restored and rededicated

JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) - The Johnson City Kiwanis Club re-dedicated the wooden replica Chief Junaluska. The event was held at the Metro Kiwanis Park located at the corner of Knob Creek Road and Guaranda Drive. → Read More

Bonnie Kate theater closes for repairs

A downtown Elizabethton landmark has been shut down temporarily due to some needed repairs. Elizabethton city building inspector Joe White said that duct work issues led to the temporary closure of the Bonnie Kate theater. → Read More

Storytelling Festival starts this weekend in Jonesborough

The 46th Annual Storytelling Festival gets underway this weekend in Tennessee's Oldest Town. → Read More

The show must go on: Johnson City Community Theatre works through roof collapse

A section of the ceiling inside the Johnson City Community Theatre collapsed on Monday but the theater is already working on repairs and should have the roof fixed by the end of the week. → Read More

Happy Valley High School honors former student with high school diploma

On Friday, faculty and staff at Happy Valley High School honored a man who left school when he was 16 years old to join the Navy with an honorary high school diploma for his service to his country. → Read More

Local group discusses the need for Medicaid expansion

The Tennessee Health Care Campaign and the Church and Society Committee of Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church held a community forum on Monday concerning the need for Medicaid expansion and the local impact it would have. → Read More

Recent tips renew search for missing Elizabethton man, Thomas Crowley

ELIZABETHTON, TN (WJHL) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a new tip surrounding a seven-year-old missing persons case is prompting possible new leads for investigators. Just last w… → Read More

Carter County students receive free vision care

Some students in Carter County will soon be seeing things a little more clearly. → Read More

Frame complete for new Unicoi County Hospital

Today marked a milestone for the new hospital being built in Unicoi County Memorial Hospital. → Read More

Boys and Girls Club insures kids will have a warm winter

On Monday afternoon the Johnson City/Washington County Boys and Girls Club made sure that a group of kids would have a warm meal as well as a warm winter this year during what’s called &#8220… → Read More

The Appalachian Cultural Music Association announces relocation to Kingsport

On Tuesday afternoon, the Appalachian Cultural Music Association announced they will be moving from their longtime home in Bristol, TN to downtown Kingsport. → Read More

Sullivan South holds fourth annual 5K Zombie Run

On Thursday the Sullivan South ROTC held its fourth annual 5k zombie run. → Read More