Rebecca Thompson, AKA Stacy McGee, was shot once at point-blank range around 9:30 p.m. on July 24 at 1008 John Exum Parkway as she sat in the driver’s seat of a white Honda while a friend visited someone in the Parkway Community.
A case involving a Johnson City man allegedly shooting a gun in the direction of three Johnson City police officers will be heard by a Washington County grand jury on July 31.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol has identified the woman who was killed in Monday's two-car crash on U.S. 321 as Marsha R. Shepherd, 40, Butler. Also injured in the crash was Thomas E. Fortune, 75, Mountain City.
Users can participate in the Burger Throw-down online competition on the Johnson City Press contest website to discover which food joint claims victory in the burger battle.
Internet users submit in pictures that capture military experiences such as members graduating boot camp, leaving for active duty or returning home. Anyone can submit an entry and vote.
The computerized order system did not like Summa Cum Laude.
“Something must have happened now, this last week. Somebody probably came and hurt him, and since he was a solid boy, I don’t know what could have happened. I can’t say what happened. All I can say is what I suspect as a father.”
The bears ripped the screens off a man’s house and chased him inside. The bears were also reported to have broken into vehicles and chased construction workers.
New Vision Academy came under scrutiny in March after an anonymous whistleblower sent a detailed report to school board member Amy Frogge, who forwarded it to the district.
A board of representatives will determine how the awarded funds are distributed to service agencies within the county.
She is the President of the class of 2018, a member of the National Honor Society, KEY Club, Beta Club, Pay-It Forward Club, HOSA, and varsity volleyball.
ELIZABETHTON — With the budget not set for the next fiscal year, Monday night’s meeting of the Carter County Commission was fairly quiet and uneventful.
A close vote by the Town of Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen allocated almost $129,000 to match an Appalachian Regional Commission grant that is funding the completion of a trail system that started 25 years ago.
With yet another school shooting weighing heavy on their minds, Johnson City commissioners on Monday discussed the prospect of holding a referendum in November to give city voters the chance to raise their local sales tax by .25 percent to fund
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For the first time since 2014, Unicio County will increase its insurance premium supplement to make family health care coverage more affordable for its employees.