While bringing the gift of self confidence and communication skills to the area’s girls and boys this holiday season, the directors of the Johnson City Community Theatre’s production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” say it’s only the first of many upcoming theatrical opportunities for young people.
As the Christmas tune famously begins, “You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch.”
But Saturday was quite different.
Tennessee’s comptroller office has commended Unicoi County for what it describes as “the first success story” in its annual review of Tennessee county governments.
For many adults, Legos are reminiscent of the piercing foot pain felt while stumbling to the bathroom in the middle of the night and unexpectedly stepping on a sharp, plastic building block left by one of their children.
A Robertson County school resource officer was charged with five counts of sexual battery by an authority figure Friday, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Things happen. And for Danny and his family, they have happened without cease for most of the past year.
After being told to leave a hotel, a man became irate and pulled a knife on the manager, according to a Johnson City police news release.
Johnson City police said two men were charged with aggravated robbery Saturday for pulling a gun on a man and demanding money.
The U.S. Senate’s education committee has yet to approve to of president-elect Donald Trump’s selection for education secretary, but this appointment is already giving pause to some of the top education and administrative leaders in the region.
A crowd of holiday merrymakers descended on town hall in Erwin on Friday night for the town’s annual Christmas tree lighting festivities.
After receiving complaints about businesses allegedly selling alcohol to underage patrons, the Johnson City Police Department conducted a recent investigation and cited three of the four businesses targeted.
GATLINBURG — Pastor Larry Burcham stood solemnly, arms crossed, above a charred pile of debris.
ELIZABETHTON — A man who was on the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s 10 Most Wanted List was returned in handcuffs to Carter County on Friday afternoon.
“This is not a responsibility I will take lightly,” he said. “With scandal after scandal, it has become clear there’s no federal agency more in need of reform than the VA. I am excited by the opportunity to advance Republican solutions aimed at improving veterans’ care.”
By the standards of the Tennessee Board of Regents system, it was a good year for Northeast State Community College and East Tennessee State University.