Ex-Va. Intermont prof writing book about college
Smith, 78, graduated from the former two-year girl's school in 1955 and began teaching there in 1957, after earning her bachelor's degree.
House fire sends one man to hospital
The Bristol Virginia Fire Department says they received the call about a house fire on the 600 block of Norfolk Avenue a little before three Sunday afternoon.
Bristol Historical Association is having a contest to name the new cookbook
The Bristol Historical Association's Facebook page, Bristol History , has announced that a new cookbook is being published in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the organization.
Music and Movies in downtown Bristol
We talked to Bristol, Va. Parks and Recreation Department Superintendent Danny Hill, who told us this event has been going on for quite some time, "We have been having this for oh gee over 10 years, and Bristol Virginia Utilities company sponsors this along with us.
Washington Co. VA leaders discuss measure to keep immigrant children out of area
The Washington County, Va. Board of Supervisors will discuss a resolution to prevent immigrant children from being relocated here.
'Christmas in July' hopes to help kids get new clothes to start school
It's only the beginning of July, but some parents are already starting to plan for buying school supplies and clothes for their kids.
After 87 Years, The Bristol Sessions are Reborn
In 1927, Ralph S. Peer went to Bristol, TN/VA with his recording gear. Little did he know what the impact of that journey would become.
Historic passing of gavel in Bristol, Virginia
A historic passing of the gavel for the City of Bristol, Virginia. The city has its first woman as mayor.
Police: Baby left in hot car while mother shopped
Bristol, Virginia Police said they charged a mother suspected of leaving her infant in a hot car for nearly an hour.