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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
5 executives sentenced in 'Made in USA' boots scheme

Several former executives of a one-time leading manufacturer of boots for the U.S. military have been sentenced in a "Made in USA" scheme. The Kingsport Times-News reports the former Wellco Enterprises Inc. executives sold boots falsely advertised as being made in the U.S. The boot uppers and insoles were manufactured in China.

Hearing Rescheduled For Man Accused Of Shooting At Trooper

Kenneth Powell, center, makes an initial court appearance June 1 on a charge of attempted first-degree murder after allegedly firing shots at a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper on May 18. Powell is in Nashville for rehabilitation from injuries he sustained in the shooting incident. A preliminary hearing for a Kingsport man involved in a shooting with a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper has been rescheduled to July 11 in Greene County General Sessions Court.

Olafsen Elected Chair Of Regional DAR Council

Past Chairman Johnda Burdette, left, passes the gavel to Brenda Olafsen, new chairman of the Northeast Tennessee Council of Regents, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Past Chairman Johnda Burdette, left, passes the gavel to Brenda Olafsen, new chairman of the Northeast Tennessee Council of Regents, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Mail-in DNA test helps woman find Hilton Head family a " and dad who didna t know she existed

Missouri resident Amy Meyeroff had a closed adoption and was hoping to find her biological father. An AncestryDNA gift helped her make the connection.

Freeport, Tennessee bartenders plan Long Island iced tea duels

Was the potent cocktail invented by Kingsport's Charles Bishop or Oak Beach's Robert Butt? A duel will decide bragging rights. Elias Gomez, bartender and vice president of beverages at Hudsons on the Mile, mixes Long Island iced teas on May 10 in Freeport.

AMBER Alert canceled for 1-year-old girl from Tennessee

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has canceled an AMBER Alert has for 1-year-old Madalynn Pearson from Kingsport, Tenn. Pearson had last been seen at a Walmart in Kingsport around 3:00 AM Sunday morning.

Group Of Chattanooga Investors Completes Purchase Of Southeastern...

A group of Chattanooga-based investors led by Mike Kramer, Bart Rolen, and Teresa Whitton announced on Friday that their acquisition of Southeastern Trust Company, the Wealth Management and Trust division of Atlantic Capital Bank, N.A., has been completed.

Accused Deputy Killer Steven Wiggins Is Captured In Hickman County

A statement from the TBI said, "Teamwork and diligence has paid off! Steven Wiggins is in law enforcement custody.

TBI: Man arrested, suspected of shooting at trooper on I-81 in Greene County

The TBI said a man is behind bars following an officer-involved shooting that reportedly happened before 5:00 a.m. in Greene County on May 18th. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said a man that was hospitalized in an officer-involved shooting in Greene County in May has been arrested following an investigation.

Congratulations Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department

Working in one of the fastest growing municipalities in the state, members of the Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department must both juggle the current needs of the community they serve while also planning ahead to ensure quality of service doesn't fall behind as the community expands. To honor the efforts taken by the department to strengthen local leadership, provide excellent public safety services, communicate efficiently both internally and externally, and meet the needs of both employees and citizens, the Tennessee Municipal League is pleased to present Murfreesboro with an award for Excellence in Fire Services.

Dog Walking Area On Tusculum Trail Closer To Reality

Tusculum resident Sandra Gazzo stands to address the Tusculum Board of Mayor and Commissioners. Gazzo was among those who spoke in favor of a proposal to allow dogs to be walked on-leash on a portion of the Tusculum Linear Trail.

Uber seeks to enhance safety, launches 911 pilot in Tennessee

Uber is launching a 911 pilot in Nashville and in five other U.S. markets that allows a passenger's location and trip details to be automatically sent to a 911 dispatcher. The company is partnering with emergency response company RapidSOS for the 911 integration pilot, initially launched in Denver.

Five Grainger County properties on ETPA's "2018 East Tennessee Endangered 8"

A crowd gathered at the Henderson Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in Rutledge, Thursday, May 17 as Todd Morgan of the East Tennessee Preservation Alliance unveiled its "2018 East Tennessee Endangered 8." The church was constructed in 1890 from the logs of Grainger County's first courthouse. It is the oldest African American church building in the county.

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