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About: kingsport, tennessee

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: The Kingsport Mets (Appalachian League Baseball)
Local Colleges: State UniversityN/A

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
Study: Columbia has cheap home insurance

Columbia ranked 26th in the state for having the cheapest annual home insurance rate, according to ValuePenguin, a consumer research analysis company. Columbia had an average annual cost of $1,614, which is 5.8 percent below the Tennessee average, according to the data.

Man retraces Daniel Boone's nearly 240-mile trek to Kentucky

Curtis Penix smiles as he arrives at the site of the original Fort Boonesborough, Ky., Thursday, March 26, 2015. Penix walked the 240 mile Boone Trace following the trail his 5th great grandfather Joshua Penix walked with Daniel Boone in 1775.

Man retraces Daniel Boone's nearly 240-mile trek to Kentucky

Inspired by his own family's pioneering roots in the Kentucky wilderness, Curtis Penix walked nearly 240 miles through arduous Appalachian terrain, to follow in the footsteps of frontiersman Daniel Boone. The Michigan steel mill worker, toting a 40-pound backpack, completed his 16-day journey Thursday following the path known as Boone Trace, which Boone and his band of axe men had carved out in March and April 1775.

Man retraces Daniel Boone's nearly 240-mile trek to Kentucky

Penix walked the 240 mile Boone Trace following the trail his 5th great grandfather Joshua Penix walked with ... . CORRECTS DATE TO THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2015 - Curtis Penix, left and his walking partner Givan Fox walk Kentucky State Road 388 following the Boone Trace near Fort Boonesborough, Ky.

Armed robbery suspect taken to hospital, not jail

The suspect in a CVS pharmacy armed robbery is off the streets and under arrest. Police say the suspect ended up in the hospital, rather than in jail.

Attempted drug buy during drug bust

An ongoing investigation into illegal drugs at a Kingsport apartment unit is over, two people are under arrest, and an apparent customer tried to make a purchase while the place was being searched. Late Tuesday night, the Kingsport Police Department's Vice and Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant at the Model City Apartments on Stonegate Road.

Wanted for what police call a "roofing scam"

There's a warning for those of you trying to get a home repair project done: Don't give money up front. Kingsport Police are looking for Mark Whaley.

73-year-old city official charged with assaulting disabled woman in storage unit

News 5 WCYB's Callan Gray has just confirmed with Kingsport city officials, the 73-year-old man under arrest and charged with sexually assaulting a disabled woman in a storage unit is himself a city official. Hoyt Denton currently serves as Vice Chairman for Kingsport's Regional Planning Commission and he's a member on the Historic Zoning Commission .

Brass Ring Gala & Carousel Fine Craft Show this weekend

There's a special event taking place, Friday through Sunday. The City of Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts presents the 3rd Annual Brass Ring Gala & The Carousel Fine Craft Show.

73-year-old man charged with assaulting disabled woman in storage unit

A 73-year-old man is under arrest, Friday morning, and charged with sexually assaulting a disabled woman in a storage unit. Kingsport Police say she went to a storage facility on Gale Avenue on March 7th to rent a unit.

Help catch a suspected multiple shoplifter

A woman accused of stealing more than a thousand dollars in goods apparently tried to do it again, and she got away again. Now, police are hoping you can identify her.

East TN school district considers drug testing athletes

A high school that's a powerhouse when it comes to sports could begin random drug testing of its student athletes. East TN school district considers drug testing athletes A high school that's a powerhouse when it comes to sports could begin random drug testing of its student athletes.

Found not guilty of abusing his dog

Sullivan County district attorney Barry Staubus tells News 5 WCYB that a trial was held in Kingsport Sessions Court on Tuesday for Buster Allen Jackson. According to the court affidavit, Jackson's neighbor called deputies after seeing Jackson pull his dog by its rear leg, back onto his property, where he tied it up.

Round-up highlights prescription drug abuse

A drug round up across the region on Tuesday shows how serious the prescription drug abuse epidemic is in our area. The Scott County Sheriff's Office, along with help from Kingsport and Sullivan County made arrests and now 46 people face drug charges.

Presbyterian Church vote redefines marriage to include same-sex unions

The Presbyterian Church has approved a new definition of marriage that includes gay marriage. The East Tennessee and Middle Tennessee Presbyterian Church vote redefines marriage to include same-sex unions The Presbyterian Church has approved a new definition of marriage that includes gay marriage.

'Fed up' circus elephant lynched for 'murder' in 1916

Some of the details of how an Asian circus elephant named Big Mary became the victim of a lynching in a stony little east Tennessee town are obscured by the gauze of time. The chain of events began as Big Mary and four other elephants from the Sparks Circus lumbered toward a water hole between their matinee and evening performances that Sept.

Governor Bill Haslam Launches Healthier Tennessee Communities

Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Governor's Foundation for Health and Wellness CEO Rick Johnson, joined by representatives from nine cities and counties across the state, today launched Healthier Tennessee Communities, a coordinated initiative supporting physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco abstinence at the local level. The Governor's Foundation for Health and Wellness has focused on developing and introducing effective tools for individuals, workplaces and faith congregations.