A chilly basement stunts this backyard gardener’s seedlings.
The clock is ticking for an empty Tree Streets fraternity house if its owners want to keep Greeks on the block.
Monday kicks off the third annual Dulcimer Days, now a weeklong celebration of the instrument that helped shaped the sound of the mountain South.
A Johnson City company has 10 months to complete an unprecedented hiring spree and avoid penalties on the tax benefits and grants given to it by the city and state.
Washington County, meet your new trustee (probably).
U.S. Rep. Phil Roe said he believes the process to nominate the next Veterans Affairs secretary will be different this time after President Donald Trump’s first nomination, Dr. Ronny Jackson, withdrew his name from consideration after a wave of serious allegations crashed against him.
Take a look at the responses Washington County Trustee candidates Dale Ford and Rick Storey gave to a survey from the Johnson City Press about their plans for the office.
Not quite as ominous as the “Vote or Die” campaign from Puff Daddy’s Citizens for Change 15 years ago, the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce announced its own get out the vote effort Wednesday.
Police officers, prosecutors, teachers and legislators across Tennessee own tiny pieces of pharmaceutical companies accused of contributing to the opioid crisis gripping the region.
Crews at the Model Mill spent the winter removing abandoned equipment and cleaning the interior of the century-old building, and now that it’s getting warmer, passersby should notice some changes on the outside.