Tri-Cities area service agencies and the local United Way offices and companies that support them have had a grand week.
What if chemo patients didn't have to lose to lose their hair? A national nonprofit organization known as The Rapunzel Project is raising awareness and funds for a scalp cooling treatment proven to be 90 percent effective in making that happen. And a group of Johnson City hairstylists are working to provide the needed supplies to area cancer treatment centers.
MedicOne Medical Response, which spent much of the past three years out of compliance its contract with Unicoi County, was the only bidder on the county’s recent request for new contract proposals.
ERWIN - Unicoi County Sheriff Mike Hensley sat down for a work session with the County Commission Budget Committee on Tuesday and came away two new deputies, one new investigator and two new patrol cars closer to the more than $1 million in new funding he requested for his department.
UNICOI - The Unicoi Board of Mayor and Alderman on Monday gave final approval to a $3.1 million budget for 2018-19.
Holston Habitat for Humanity and Johnson City’s Noon Rotary Club are lining up resources for an October cistern-building excursion to Brazil.
It’s been a slow go on the Habitat for Humanity of Unicoi County home build on Grove Avenue in Erwin. But the project may finally be turing a corner.
ERWIN — With fixed interest rates more attractive than the mix of variable and fixed rates the town of Erwin is paying on its estimated $5.5 million total debt, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Thursday continued to explore its options for debt
Jun 14, 2018 at 10:13 PM
Second Harvest Food Bank is in a race to capture as much of a $1 million CenturyLink grant match as possible for children in Northeast Tennessee who are at risk of going hungry. And there’s some very good news to share this week from friends of Louie Cordero at Grace Temple Church Eternal Life Center.
A Johnson City man has been charged with attempted second-degree murder for allegedly hitting his brother-in-law with an automobile in the parking lot of a Unicoi hotel.