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"Sisters on the Fly" land in town

"Sisters on the Fly" land in town

You may have seen them on their way to Townsend, a caravan of vintage campers.

What you might not have realized is that there are a band of sisters driving these pieces of art.

Members of the Sisters on the Fly are the first to tell you that their mantra is "we have more fun than anyone."

I'm pretty sure this is the truth. We caught up with some of the ladies at Camp Townsend.

Church fundraises for children's ministry damaged in fire

Church fundraises for children's ministry damaged in fire

A children's non-profit ministry is trying to get going again after a fire at their office last week wiped out their inventory and office.

Kingdom Design Ministry creates dream room makeovers for children facing adversity.

Missy Johnson founded the organization in 2007 and opened an office in the basement of the Law Building in Maryville just over a year ago.

Last Monday the building caught fire, damaging or destroying many of the 14 tenants office spaces.

Montvale Airpark is home to pilots and their planes

Montvale Airpark is home to pilots and their planes

Some golfers live on a golf course, some boaters live on a lake, and some East Tennesseans live on a runway.

Thomas Clanton's enjoys living at Montvale Airpark in Maryville.

"I've got a lot of flight ratings and I've always worked around airports. I just love it. I'm living my dream now," he said.

People park their planes at their houses instead of at rented hangars.

"It makes it so convenient. You can pull it out and fly it right here at the house," Clanton said.

Tommy Rowe moved there almost 20 years ago.

Photo of the Day

Photo of the Day

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Stone House Manor is home to antiques and art

Stone House Manor is home to antiques and art

It was a two story house that was home to families over the years. Now it's a two story business that is home to antiques and art.

"Stone House is a dream come true. My husband and I are both retired and it's always been on our bucket list to have an antique shop," Maggie Crawford said.

Maggie and Richard Crawford converted the residence to a business and filled it with their own antiques and more.

"The antiques, most of them are local. This particular dining room suite came out of an estate out in Jackson Hills," she said.