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.
Ken Turman and his family weren’t sure if they’d ever see their dog Ellie again.
Some people worship through song, others through the spoken word. The seven girls who make up Powerful Expressions of Praise worship through miming.
U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s campaign brought her to Tennessee’s oldest town Friday morning, where she met with local officials and visited with local business owners.
Local package store owners found themselves scrambling to fill in Sunday schedules before the weekend.
From the freshest produce to baked treats and local coffee, the Johnson City Farmers Market is opening next weekend — with a few tweaks to the market recipe.
What’s better than literary-inspired art?
Literary-inspired art you can eat.
After 33 years of teaching percussion at East Tennessee State University, Rande Sanderbeck teaching his last semester at the university before retiring.
But his colleagues aren’t letting him leave without a bang.
With the stage set and the red carpet stretching to welcome guests to their seats, Ashley Academy welcomed VIP guests Friday night for the school’s first “Evening with the Arts” event.
The Blue Plum organization rolled out the musical lineup for this year’s festival, packed full with diverse sounds from all over the country in addition to some familiar favorites.