Two bullets and a shell casing found inside a murder victim’s car came from the weapon police and prosecutors say was in the hands of a Johnson City man on trial for the killing, according to testimony presented to a jury Wednesday.
With the final scrimmage before the season scheduled for Thursday night, the intensity picked up at East Tennessee State’s football practice on Wednesday.
BRISTOL — Bristol Motor Speedway general manager Jerry Caldwell won’t say crews are ahead of schedule in getting the field ready for the Pilot/Flying J Battle at Bristol football game on Sept. 10.
ELIZABETHTON — It was a very good summer for the Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library.
Freedom Hall Civic Center’s new padded seating — along with other major renovations and new construction at the 42-year-old facility — should be in place for patrons in time for the Jericho Shrine Circus in October.
ERWIN — The Erwin Elephant Revival series to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the infamous hanging of the elephant in Erwin continues nightly through Saturday.
The Johnson City Public Building Authority hopes to save the city more than $700,000 by refinancing $7.9 million in borrowing for construction of the Millennium Centre.
ELIZABETHTON — Many homeowners have heard the loud bang when a bird flew into their window. A woman told Carter County deputies she heard a much louder bang when a man dove through her window in a reported attempt to escape another man who was
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When Science Hill rolls into town Friday, Elizabethton will greet the Hilltoppers with a mixture of confidence, excitement, and respect.
Gray resident Danny Sells said Wednesday a state agency’s approval won’t end the battle over a proposed addiction treatment clinic in his community.
The students are back on campus and the fall sports schedule is getting ready to hit full swing at Milligan College.
The wheels are in motion for Johnson City to host its first charter school.
Science Hill High School Principal Melanie Riden-Bacon is celebrating the most recent American College Testing scores earned by her students.
A neighbor’s house might appear decent on the outside, but a glance inside could reveal piles of unworn clothing, rotten food and general clutter.
The name of the scholarship has grown and so has the number of students it’s helped.