Dick Nelson and Chris Cates have been brewing up a business plan for almost a year now to rearrange their downtown Johnson City businesses’ locations.
Todd Fowler has sat on the political sidelines long enough to be in tune with the day’s events, and to know what it’s like to provide public service for little or no compensation.
Fire and police investigators are continuing to interview witnesses and gather evidence in a Sunday night fire that ripped through part of the old General Mills facility, according to city officials.
An abandoned backpack created a brief scare in downtown Johnson City Tuesday after it was found outside Northeast State Community College’s campus, prompting police to cordon off several blocks while a bomb squad technician checked out the item.
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NEW YORK — Scientists say the first baby has been born from a new technique that combines DNA from three people.
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ELIZABETHTON — The Carter County Sheriff’s Department was investigating a fire in the Stoney Creek community that was reported at 3:25 a.m. Tuesday.
Bluff City has been fined $25,760 by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for discharging 15,000 gallons of sewage into Boone Lake.
Johnson City, Elizabethton and Bluff City men were among six people recently charged in Bristol, Va., with solicitation of prostitution.
A Johnson City woman lied when she reported her vehicle had been stolen last week, police said.
The Elizabethton Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a black man and woman involved in a Sept. 14 vehicle burglary.
ROGERSVILLE — A Hawkins County mother who allegedly left her two infants unattended in a vehicle while she shopped in a Rogersville grocery store Sunday afternoon was charged with two counts of child neglect and public intoxication.
Ryan said Trump “gave a unique Donald Trump response to the status quo... I think he passed a number of thresholds.”
DANDRIDGE — The parents of an 11-year-old boy who fatally shot an 8-year-old girl after she refused to show him her puppies are being sued for $10 million.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Southern states have long welcomed tourists retracing the footsteps of the late Martin Luther King Jr. and others who opposed segregation. Now the Alabama city that was the first capital of the Confederacy is set to become home
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