Elihu Embree published The Emancipator from April 1820 until his death that October.
Art Transforms has funded youth art camps since 2014 in a quest to provide students with life skills that prove useful beyond the paint brush.
“I’m here today because I have six grandkids,” Gunn said. “And I’m increasingly concerned with the kind of world we are going to leave them.”
Today, I am an intern reporter at the Johnson City Press launching my professional occupation in journalism. Nothing ever hit me upside the head with career certainty; it was more a series of fortunate events that shepherded me to my passion.
Board members from the American Security Project will travel to the Johnson City Rotary Club on June 12 to discuss the importance of national security and climate change.
Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance set aside June 5-7 for an international road-check to ensure truck drivers and other motorists cruise the streets with safety.
A stroll up John Robert Bell Drive from Burgin-Dossett led to a pile of concrete chunks in front of Gilbreath Hall. The remnants were once the original steps that were built in 1950.
A mother-daughter duo lounged on benches at the entrance of Agape Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Wednesday while soaking in the mid-day sun and preparing to rendezvous with the past century.
Northeast Tennessee’s housing market sales increased from last year, according to a news release from the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors New Pending Home Sales Index.
Rising creek water caused the Blue Plum Festival board to rethink the festival’s location this weekend.