BRISTOL, Va. — Women have played an integral role in music well before the 1927 Bristol Sessions and — starting this month — the Birthplace of Country Music Museum will pay homage through a special exhibit.
The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation will hold a public meeting Tuesday, April 4, from 6-7:30 p.m. to discuss the Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park master plan.
BCS Wealth Management celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2023.
BRISTOL, Va. — The Historic Preservation Award Committee for the city of Bristol, Virginia, is seeking nominations for the its 2023 award.
BRISTOL, Va. — The Birthplace of Country Music Museum is now listed among the nation’s top 10 music museums, according to USA Today.
Historians say a recently restored log cabin that once housed enslaved African Americans in southern Stafford County is a rare find in Virginia, or anywhere else in the country.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — In recognition of the restoration efforts that have revitalized some of Bristol, Tennessee’s oldest residential and commercial structures, the city held its third annual Historic Preservation Awards.
When the Civil War broke out, Marion’s postmaster had a dilemma on his hands. He could no longer access U.S. postage stamps. To help his customers, he made his own 5¢ and 10¢ stamps. In a matter of days, one of his 10¢ stamps will go up for auction in New York City. The catalogue value is set at $30,000.
A Bristol, Tennessee drug manufacturer is prepared to combat the shortage of a commonly prescribed antibiotic, should the federal government seek assistance.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — For the first time in its 200-year history, the Old Deery Inn will host a Festival of Trees, beginning Friday, Dec. 2.
BRISTOL, Va. — A divided City Council narrowly approved giving the Birthplace of Country Music $100,000 Tuesday, fulfilling an agreement originally made in 2011.
NORTON, Va. — The highway marker dedicated to the memory of Dave Hurst, a 25-year-old African-American coal miner who was a victim of a lynching in Wise County, Virginia, in the 1920s, has apparently been stolen.
Years after Louie Perna went on another one of his seasonal migrations to warmer climes walking south, barefoot with his two constant companion dogs, Booboo and Buddy, he returned to Bristol, Tennessee where he had been living.
A few decades ago, Louis Perna II wanted see the country and figured the best way to behold it would be by foot.
The James H. Quillen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) in Johnson City is a big operation with widespread impact on the Tri-Cities.
It’s toy time at the William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia.
DAMASCUS, Va. — Over the past week, volunteers with the HistoriCorps, a non-profit focused on preserving and saving historic places, have been hard at work restoring the old Green Cove Station, the last standing original train depot on the Virginia Creeper Trail.
The Wise County/City of Norton Community Remembrance Coalition will gather in Norton, Virginia, on Saturday to dedicate a highway marker in memory of Dave Hurst, a 25-year-old African American coal miner from Alabama who was lynched in Wise County, Virginia, in the 1920s after being accused …
BRISTOL, Tenn. – More than three decades after his passing, the music and legacy of Tennessee Ernie Ford endure.
The three tiny fingerprints ensure that the life of the child who long ago touched the newly-made brick won’t be forgotten.
Most music fans can get their first look at “Born in Bristol” next weekend.
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Content by Salem Tourism. For pickers and antiques aficionados, everything old is new again, and there’s certainly plenty of charming territory to explore in the welcoming town of Salem on the northwest outskirts of Roanoke, Virginia.
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Ralph S. Peer and two engineers of the recording department of the Victor Talking Machine Company arrived in Bristol the latter part of the week and are preparing to make a number of phonograph records in this city. Mountain singers will be the talent used for record making. The mountain “hi…
ABINGDON, Va. – The latest William King Museum exhibit, The Open Road: The Art of the Motorcycle, looks to provide the feeling of hitting the open road, riding across the American landscape on a classic motorcycle while exploring the evolution of bike design and biker subcultures, as well as…
What has been called one of the most important guitars in the history of American music is now on display at Bristol’s Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
ABINGDON, Va. – Members of the Washington County, Virginia community gathered at the parking lot of the Washington County Administration Building Friday for the rededication ceremony of the Confederate statues, previously located on the lawn of the Abingdon, Virginia courthouse.
Washington County officials plan to rededicate two monuments Friday that once stood on the grounds of the Washington County Courthouse in downtown Abingdon, Virginia.
Three hundred and forty-three people climbed the stairs at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday to remember the tragic terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Second annual Bristol celebration of end of slavery in US also marks first recognition as a federal holiday
Bristolians gathered at Cumberland Square Park on Saturday for the second annual Juneteenth Celebration.