Young Professionals of the Tri-Cities will host its “2018 Pie Wars: The Dough Strikes Back” Thursday night, April 26, at the Carnegie Hotel.
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.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Alderman on Monday authorized a $350,000 capital outlay note for the purchase of up to four police cars, two public works trucks and public works and fire department equipment.
The Unicoi County Commission on Monday tabled its discussion of a land purchase for construction of a new ambulance station in order to continue its search for property and followed up with a vote to move ahead with a request for two sets of bids for service from contracted providers both with and without a station.
Harris Hollow Road at Interstate 26 in Erwin will be closed for construction of the Linear Trail tunnel for up to 30 days or longer, depending on weather.
The town of Erwin is sporting a new, state-of-the-art work space for budding businesses and business people who work from home without the benefit of collaborative networking opportunities, high speed internet, conference space and other helpful office amenities.
The Unicoi County Board of Mayor and Alderman voted Monday to withdraw its offer to buy Buffalo Valley Golf Course from the city of Johnson City and to ask the city to return its the town’s $40,000 deposit on the property.
ERWIN - At the former Clinchfield Railroad depot that houses Erwin’s Col. J.F. Toney Memorial Library, anyone curious about the history of the handsome, red brick building can step inside for step back in time.
In the weeks that have passed since March 19 meeting of the Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman, former Johnson City Mayor Pete Paduch has shared his criticism of the financial performance of the town’s Mountain Harvest Kitchen with newspapers and government offices from Erwin to Washington.
The Unicoi County Commission Ambulance Committee is hedging its bets on the future of the county’s ambulance service, simultaneously preparing a request for bids from contracted providers and continuing to pursue grant funding for a service operated by the county.