Two stolen rifles and a stolen motorcycle were found during the search of a Johnson City man’s house Friday, according to a news release.
Monday will be the first time in 21 years that Steve Neilson will not be a member of the Johnson City Planning Division.
First Judicial District Chancellor John Rambo has denied Sullivan County’s claim to liquor-by-the-drink tax revenues, and instead ordered the cities of Bristol and Kingsport monetarily compensated.
No pipe bomb. Just a geocaching device. The Tweetsie Trail is back open.
UPDATE: Jonesborough’s police chief resigned from his post Friday after being placed on administrative leave by the town administration.
ELIZABETHTON — “It was a great trip and I think our talk went well,” Elizabethton Mayor Curt Alexander said of the journey by city officials and local corporate supporters to Minneapolis this week to talk with the top management of the Minnesota
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East Tennessee State University football coach Carl Torbush likes to talk about measuring sticks when discussing his team.
With great expectations and a new look, the East Tennessee State University basketball team opened preseason practice on Friday.
ELIZABETHTON — The Carter County Sheriff’s Department is seeking information on the whereabouts of Bobby Joe Russell, 61, who has not been seen for several days.
ELIZABETHTON — Officials from Carter County, Elizabethton, Roan Mountain State Park and Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area came together at the Visitors Center of Sycamore Shoals on Thursday morning to begin a collaborative effort and support
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Police found marijuana, liquid THC and a large amount of cash early Friday morning during a traffic stop, Johnson City police said, resulting in a Harriman man’s arrest.
Fans of the East Tennessee State University basketball teams will still be able to drive over the mountain for the postseason.
Tristan Rettke is now a former East Tennessee State University student.
Tristan Rettke, an ETSU freshman, showed up at a Black Lives Matter rally this week and made headlines. For all the wrong reasons.
GREENEVILLE — Ingles Markets will present a country concert tonight at 8 featuring one of Nashville’s hottest rising stars, Joe Lasher Jr., at The Capitol Theater, 104 S. Main St.