Two months to the day before Travis Reinking allegedly killed four people in a mass shooting at an Antioch Waffle House, his bizarre behavior left one woman shaken with fear at a Blount County motel, records show.
The fair is sponsored annually by the Johnson City Kiwanis Club and ETSU with grand prize awards sponsored by the Eastman Foundation.
A free event in Bristol will teach attendees how to use a drug that reverses the effects of opioids during drug overdoses.
Johnson City police investigators released the names of a husband and wife on Wednesday found dead in their West Poplar Street home Tuesday morning.
A lot more goes into orchestrating a Minor League Baseball game than just flicking on the lights, opening up the gates and corralling both teams into a stadium.
As of Wednesday afternoon, 5,148 Washington County residents had cast ballots during the early voting period, which began April 11.
In a little less than a month, the building Hands On! Regional Museum has occupied for more than 30 years will be empty in preparation for the museum’s move to the Gray Fossil Site this summer.
Alzheimer’s Tennessee will host a free educational lunch program, Dementia A-Z, Friday, April 27, from noon-1:30 at Pine Oaks Assisted Living, 213 University Parkway.
ELIZABETHTON — A woman who was found asleep behind the steering wheel of a car waiting to fill up at a gas pump faces several charges, including child neglect when a 2-year-old child was observed in the back seat of the car on Tuesday afternoon.
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NASHVILLE — Mayor David Briley's administration on Wednesday revealed a new proposal to alleviate downtown Nashville's growing homeless population, in partnership with luxury housing developer Tony Giarratana.
A stray bullet fired in an upstairs apartment injured a Bristol, Tennessee, woman a floor below, and police are investigating.
Citizens Bank executives have named Scott Hammerbacher its new senior vice president and senior compliance officer.
Nashville-based financial services company Advance Financial cut the ribbon on April 13 at the company’s newest store in Johnson City. To mark the occasion, the Advance Financial Foundation donated $1,000 to the Johnson City Boys and Girls Club
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BrightRidge CEO Jeff Dykes said the state review is simply a “continuation” of a three-step process that began with the Tennessee Valley Authority giving its blessing to the broadband plan. He said TVA reviewed BrightRidge’s business model and has deemed it to be a “good and reasonable plan.”
Critics are calling into question a $1,000 contribution made by a behavioral health company to Washington County mayoral candidate Joe Grandy’s campaign, claiming the donation is a conflict of interest.