Most families do not take vacations in the early year. With the cold of winter and the dead, barren land outside, this time of year doesn’t exactly scream warm, sun-kissed family fun. Getting out of town in the beginning of the year may not be such a bad idea though. In Northeast Tennessee most places… Read more »
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In the late 1700s a man by the name of John Austine McKinney came to America from Coleraine, Ireland after graduating from the University of Edinburgh. With a Bible and a copy of Horace in his pocket, he stepped aboard a ship in sight of a better life. When he reached the New England shore,… Read more »
The Greeneville Antique Appraisal show has been rescheduled due to the unusual winter weather Northeast Tennessee has been experiencing. This year’s show will mark the 10th anniversary of the antique show that works much like the hit series Antique Roadshow. Just like on the show, there have been a few items in the past ten… Read more »
Northeast Tennessee has many historic sites, days and events and the local people focus a lot on keeping old time traditions alive. The spring season brings many of those days and events; people come from all over to participate and spectate. One of the most fun events is “Wooly Day” at Rocky Mount Living History… Read more »