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2020 Spring Adult Softball Registration

The spring sports season is almost here. Kingsport Parks & Recreation is now registering teams for adult spring softball. Teams can have a maximum of 20 players on their roster. Divisions offered are Women’s Open, Co-Ed, Men’s Open, Industrial, and Church. League play is scheduled to begin mid April. The entry fee is $350.00 per […]

Local Flavors, Familiar Faces

The Kingsport Farmers Market is now accepting online and paper applications for vendors for its 2020 season. Every vendor must reapply for the market each new season. The application is available online by going to kingsportfarmersmarket.org and clicking on “Become a Vendor.” Anyone who prefers a paper application can visit Kingsport City Hall or the […]

Call for Vendors: Model Train Show

The first ever model train show is happening in Kingsport – and we want you to be a part of it! Vendors are encouraged to apply via the application found on arts.kingsporttn.gov. The deadline to apply is February 14. This will be the first of its kind – a 2-day model train show featuring the […]

Schedule Changes at the Kingsport Aquatic Center Due to Swim Meets

The Kingsport Aquatic Center is hosting two conference swim meets this February: the Mid-South College Conference Meet and the AAC Conference Meet. To help you plan your visit to the pools, the KAC would like to advise the public of changes to its regular operating schedule. Mid-South College Conference Meet (Feb. 6 – 8) Feb. […]

Dive into Water Aerobics

Looking for ways to maintain that resolution you made about staying active in 2020? February is the perfect time to mix things up and move in new ways, and the Kingsport Aquatic Center has just the class for you. This month, the KAC will offer nine different water aerobics classes to suit your skills and […]

KATS Celebrates ‘Love of Transit’ with Free Rides in February

In celebrating their ‘love of transit,’ Kingsport Area Transit Service (KATS) is offering free rides for the entire month of February. The promotion includes free rides all month long on fixed route transit buses, as well as a free ticket book given to Dial-a-Ride 65/ADA/Job Assist passengers who ride in the month of February (one […]

Bays Mountain Park’s Survival Series Returns

All outdoor enthusiasts, from amateur to old hat, need to brush up on their survival skills now and then. This February, the Survival Series is back at Bays Mountain Park to give you a crash course on surviving and thriving in the wilderness. This series is designed to teach you what you need to know […]

KATS Launches New Logo on New Vehicles

Along with opening the doors to a brand new transit facility last June, KATS also acquired a fresh new look. The significance of the new look, including a new KATS logo, is to complement the new transit facility as well as five new vans and four new buses, while maintaining the reputation of a safe, […]

Kingsport Increases Resources to Address Homeless Coordination of Services

Kingsport has long been known as a kind and compassionate community. Many community organizations care for the homeless in our community with feeding programs, shelters and a variety of other ministries. Recently, the situation has become more complex as issues related to drug addiction and mental health impact many who find themselves homeless. In addition, […]