Obesity is a problem that affects 17% of all children and more than 38% of citizens of Kingsport. To fight this problem – the answer is simple and right around the corner. Please enjoy this new video from the National Parks and Recreation and get out and enjoy yourself.
During the Summer of 2016, The Net360 worked with Kingsport Parks and Recreation to gather images of The Kingsport Greenbelt all throughout the city. Enjoy this video and share with your friends and spread the word about Kingsport’s Walking Treasure-
Full length video from Press Conference on September 3, 2014. The new extension will run from Reedy Creek near the Exchange Place to Cleek Road, where a trailhead will be located at a cost of more than $700,000 provided by a grant from TDOT. has fda approved generic viagra vitamin water lip balm buy australia […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer announced today the award of a $752,000 transportation alternative grant to the city of Kingsport for the Greenbelt Eastern Extension Project. The Greenbelt Extension Project is located in the western part of Sullivan County. It will add a 10- foot […]
KINGSPORT — Before Helen Wilmoth turned 70 two years ago, she’d thought a fun way to celebrate would be to bicycle 70 miles with a group of friends. But she was still recovering from major back surgery, and although she was doing well, that long of a bike ride — in a single day — […]
Birders scan the trees along the Greenbelt Tuesday morning in searching of any birds that were out feeding.The Fun Fest Kingsport Birding Trail guided walk along the Greenbelt near East Stone Commons gave birders the chance to see and hear a numbers of species of birds that live in and around the Greenbelt. Read more: Photo […]
The city of Kingsport is partnering with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in another attempt to reduce the future population of Canada geese along the Holston River. For years, the geese have lived and bred along the Riverfront Park area of town, and as a result goose droppings litter the Greenbelt, making it not only […]