“I was just standing there. What kind of person does that?” — Susan Epps.
DEAR ABBY: I am 19, and I have been smoking and drinking — a lot — ever since I was 14. I also sneak out and go to parties and hang out with a gang I’m in. We get into a lot of fights. I know I have hurt quite a few people, and I want to set
Today at 7:00 AM
If Washington County Board of Education members Clarence Mabe and Mike Masters are correct, the majority of their peers on the board have drawn up an end-run around the public.
A recently-released report from Education Next indicated that things could be looking up in the world of Tennessee state testing.
Frontier Health will be holding a course entitled “Question, Persuade and Refer,” which will teach attendees how to help save the lives of people suffering from suicidal depression.
ELIZABETHTON — Happy Valley High School had yet another reason to be happy this year, with an abundance of valedictorians for the Class of 2018.
T.R. Dunn is finishing his fifth year as a member of the transportation team and he said that he has thoroughly enjoyed his experiences.
ELIZABETHTON — Memorial Day will hold a special significance for the parishioners and friends of St. Thomas Episcopal Church on Sunday.
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Western Carolina’s five-run first inning spelled doom for the East Tennessee State baseball team.
The local golf tournament scene begins next week with the Tillinghast Invitational, and Johnson City Country Club head professional Mike Crowe couldn’t be more excited to be playing host for the first event of the season.
MURFREESBORO — Dobyns-Bennett's duo of Willa Rogers and Lainey Hill achieved their goal of making it to the final match of the TSSAA Large Schools girls doubles state championships.
Four men were arrested this week and accused of involvement in the 2017 shooting death of a pregnant woman in the parking lot of the Johnson City Housing Authority’s Parkway Community. Police believe one of those men was the father of the unborn
Yesterday at 3:32 PM
Things at the shelter this week were hot and muggy, and the volunteers on hand to walk dogs and take care of cats were obviously feeling it - but they were still there and still working hard to make sure these prospective pets get as much
Yesterday at 3:26 PM
The van had been reported stolen from Lynchburg, Virginia.
It’s unfortunate that our community so desperately needs the new needle exchange program announced last week, but we should support its mission.