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Man throws $15,000 Halloween party in Gray

Halloween night is less than a week away but one man in Gray plans to celebrate a little early this year, and he's showing off his holiday spirit in a big way.

Disabled veteran almost loses service dog to rat poison

They say dogs are a man's best friend and for one disabled veteran in Gray that couldn't be more true.

6th Street festival draws large crowd to downtown Bristol

Comic book fans, and children of all ages flooded to downtown Bristol for the annual 6th Street festival.

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Local artist creating totem pole

At some point, whittling a piece of wood becomes carving. It might be a small animal or a character, but a local artist wanted to carve something bigger -- so big, in fact, that it's 30 to 40 feet tall. It's a totem pole.

Project Real gets "real" in schools in the Tri-Cities

Things are getting "real" for students across the Tri-cities. Through Project Real, which stands for Reinforcing Education through Artistic Learning, the Barter Theatre encourages kids by relating to what they know.

Teal pumpkins raise awareness for food allergies

Halloween's exactly a week away and can be a scary time, especially for parents whose children have food allergies.

Infant denied flu vaccine because his family has insurance

A Bristol mother is upset after she says her baby was denied a  flu vaccination, even though the health department had flu shots on the shelf.

Unicoi County jail under state review

A Unicoi County jail is under state review and the outcome could change how much residents pay for taxes.

POW/MIA recognition ceremony in Johnson City

There was a special ceremony Friday to honor former prisoners of war (POWs) and those still missing in action (MIAs).

Barter Theatre announces lineup

Barter Theatre has announced its lineup for this season and they say it's the biggest ever.

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