Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee has a new truck on the road making monthly grocery deliveries to 15 low-income senior housing developments in five area counties and is looking for funding to expand the program to the entire eight-county region.
Area 3 Special Olympics 2017 Track and Field Games opened Thursday with all the pomp, ceremony and excitement the East Tennessee State UniversityMountain States Health Alliance Athletic Center could hold.
Johnson County — which sat at 6 percent for 2014 — catapulted up to 16 percent.
Stout was crowned queen of Tennessee TOPS this month in Murfreesboro
“I think just about every one of the markers will contain some gem of information that most people don’t know about,” Roach told the Press.
The largest yoga event in the Tri-Cities will be held on May 13, from 3-5 p.m. on the Great Lawn at Founders Park.
Six-month-old Payton McCormick’s parents found out about her spine condition when her mother was 25 weeks pregnant with her.
Children of all ages and all levels of physical ability were given the opportunity to play without boundaries Tuesday at the long awaited opening of the Inclusive Playground and Splash Pad at Rotary Park.
ELIZABETHTON — If you are a little overweight, smoke, and your diet is skimpy in fruits and vegetables, you are similar to a lot of Tennesseans.
By the end of 2017, organizers of the proposed Tannery Knobs bike park — the highest elevation just outside of downtown Johnson City proper — are planning to have riders of all abilities ripping up and down a series of trails and obstacles.
Since the Tweetsie Trail opened in August 2014, the city of Johnson City has done everything it can to increase access to this public amenity.
The former head of a Massachusetts pharmacy was acquitted Wednesday of murder allegations but convicted of racketeering and other crimes in a meningitis outbreak that was traced to fungus-contaminated drugs and killed 64 people across the country.
Want to work out in the fitness center? How about a card game, or billiards, or shuffleboard or quilting?
The candies, plush animals and heart balloons may be on the clearance rack, but students at East Tennessee State University were still feeling the love Tuesday afternoon through the annual Love Your Body Day expo.
As other school systems in Tennessee close because of a large number of flu cases among students and staff, local systems are continuing to monitor attendance and the amount of cases in their schools.