Recycling is a free benefit to city residents. Recycling is just one small way residents are able to impact their city. Not only does it help the environment and save energy, but it also reduces waste at the landfill and creates local jobs. Recycling just one aluminum can, like a Mountain Dew or Pepsi can, […]

Dogs aren’t just great companion animals, they’re also great listeners! In 2015, 316 children participated in the ‘Paws to Read’ library program. We have 14 Certified Therapy Dogs in our program where children read aloud to our volunteer dogs. Reading sessions are one-on-one with the dog (the trainer is also present) and last 20 minutes. […]

3D printing is the process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, meaning you can turn any object design into an actual object. Have you heard of 3D printers but don’t know what they are or how they work?  Now you have an opportunity to see one in action at the Kingsport […]

The Kingsport Civic Auditorium recently received an upgrade to its main auditorium — a new polyurethane athletic surface that city officials say should last for decades to come. “We are very excited to be replacing the current floor with new synthetic sports flooring,” said Parks & Recreation assistant manager Robin DiMona. “The new flooring will really […]

The Gateway Review Commission will meet at 10:00 a.m. in the Jimmy Walker Conference Room, 2nd Floor, 201 W. Market St. For more information contact Justin Steinman (224-2482).

The Kingsport Regional Planning Commission will meet at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Room, 2nd Floor, City Hall. For more information contact Lynn Tully (229-9319).