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Originally home to the Cherokee Native American tribe Kingsport grew out of the staging ground for the Wilderness Road the Kentucky. The area soon grew into an important shipping port on the Holston River. Today the Eastman Chemical company headquarters is located in Kingston. Other places of interest include the Allendale Mansion, the Hammond House, a nationally registered historic place, Bays Mountain Park, and the Exchange Place a living history farm.

Population: 44905
Local Newspapers: The Kingsport Times-News
Local Sports Teams: The Kingsport Mets (Appalachian League Baseball)
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Zip Codes associated with kingsport, tennessee: 37660 37663 37664 37665
Towns/Cities near kingsport, tennessee : Bloomingdale Colonial Heights Mt Carmel Church Hill Fall Branch

Kingsport News
State Farm agents honor veterans with donation

Elaine Lintner, co-founder of Smoky Mountain Service Dogs , Cindy Doyle, Josh Hemphill, Ben Long, Clayton Leasure and Dennis Tissot stand with service dog-in-training Boomer. State Farm in the East Tennessee area raised $9,150 for the Smoky Mountain Service Dogs program located in Loudon.

Volunteers sort, pack food items for 75th annual Santa Train

KINGSPORT, Tenn. - It took an estimated 150 or so community volunteers about an hour and a half Wednesday to sort tons of food items into roughly 10,000 clear plastic bags for distribution Saturday from the Santa Train.

Report: Man accused of shooting officers killed himself

Authorities say a man accused of shooting and wounding two police officers in Tennessee died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Kingsport Times-News reports that the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Kingsport Police Department said Monday that preliminary autopsy results indicate 58-year-old Hugh Kyle Hurd committed suicide Nov. 9. Kingsport police say one of the patrol officers shot was struck by two shotgun blasts and has undergone two surgeries, remaining hospitalized.

U.S. Poet Laureate Reads His Work At ETSU

Charles Wright joined Dr. Jesse Grave of the East Tennessee State University Department of Language and Literature for a public interview in October. Dr. Jesse Graves, of the East Tennessee State University, hosted a public interview with 2014 U.S. Poet Laureate Charles Wright in October.

Historic locomotives to lead Santa Train as tribute to Clinchfield Railroad

KINGSPORT, Tenn. - Santa himself may be the main attraction for thousands of folks who turn out to great the Santa Train each year.

Man accused of shooting, wounding officers found dead

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says the body of 58-year-old Hugh Kyle Hurd of Kingsport was found Thursday evening after he exchanged gunfire with officers. Officials say police went to his home after getting a complaint that he was threatening to harm himself and others.

Tenn. Comptroller Chief of Staff recovering from crash in rehab center

Tennessee Comptroller's Chief of Staff Jason Mumpower is recovering in a rehabilitation center in Kingsport following a serious crash on I-81 last week. He was one of five people taken to the hospital after a major crash and a series of crashes that slowed traffic for hours.

Tennessee gunfire: 2 police officers shot, suspect arrested

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Former officer pleads guilty in Tennessee prostitution case

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said Monday that 58-year-old Ralph O. Cline, Jr. has pleaded guilty to one count of patronizing prostitution. The state police agency says Cline was a lieutenant with the Kingsport Police Department.

Site Preparation In Full Swing At Tusculum Aldi

While the discount supermarket is not scheduled to open its doors until spring 2018, evidence of its presence next to Consumer Credit Union headquarters is taking shape as activities at the site increase. Tusculum residents are looking forward to the opening of the Aldi, as are city officials who project increased revenue in the form of sales taxes.

Carol Barber

She is survived by her sons: John W. Chambers Jr. MD of Franklin, and Daniel H. Chambers J.D. of Birmingham, Ala.; her daughter, Sarah K. Dillard of Franklin; her grandchildren: Hannah, Sam and Josh Chambers of Franklin, Carlo, Vincent, Leanora and Vanna Chambers of Birmingham, Andrew and Emily Dillard of Franklin; one brother, Bob Barber of New Johnsonville; and two sisters: Dr. Nancy Barber of Waverly and Linda Barber of Kingsport. She graduated from Waverly Central High School, attended the University of Tennessee at Martin for two years, then received her bachelor of science degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Mabel Lee Vanover

Mrs. Mabel Lee Vanover, 96, of Maryville, Tenn. went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday, Oct. 28, from the Concordia Transitional Care Center in Maryville.

Task Force: Program To Get Disabled Tennesseans Jobs Is Working

Stacey Pierson, left, and Chris Guerrassio, right in gray sweatshirt, sort and bag grill hardware at Meco Corporation as trainees in the Transitions School to Work program in which the company takes part. With them are supervisors for the TSW program and the plant.

The Pickin' Porch Show finds a new home

For going on 20 years, folks in the tri-cities region of east Tennessee have enjoyed great bluegrass and old time music at The Pickin' Porch Show on Thursday nights in Bristol. Everyone from the biggest names in bluegrass, to up-and-coming artists and students groups from nearby ETSU, have graced their stage.

Hospital Association Honors Sharon Folk

Sharon Folk, right, shows the meritorious service award for a board member she received from the Tennessee Hospital Association. She is joined by Tammy Albright, president of Takoma Regional Hospital.

Opioid Conference

A lawsuit filed in June by state prosecutors against Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., Purdue Pharma L.P., and other makers of prescription painkillers in an effort to curb the regional addiction epidemic was remanded last week back to state court. The order by U.S. Chief District Judge Thomas A. Varlan counters a request made recently by lawsuit defendants Endo Health Solutions Inc. and Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc., seeking to have the case heard in U.S. District Court.

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