UNICOI — With construction of the new Mountain Harvest Kitchen at Unicoi now only three months away, the town’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen on Monday turned its attention to efforts to equip, staff and develop programming for the new regional agri-business incubator.
At a church in Montgomery, Alabama in 1957, civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. said, ”Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?’”
The weather was fine, especially for mid-January, creating the perfect climate for hundreds of marchers to take part in a Unity Walk Cummings and other religious leaders throughout the city helped organize to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Former Johnson City Mayor Clayton Stout, former City Commissioner Phil Carriger, former Washington County Commissioner Phil McPeak and retired 1st Judicial District Chancellor Richard Johnson confirmed Monday they are interested in filling the two vacant Washington County Commission seats.
Now two years old, the five female calves Unicoi Mayor Johnny Lynch brought to his Farmhouse Gallery and Gardens last spring have grown a foot taller and gained several hundred pounds over the past nine months. Their family has grown as well, increased by one young bison bull who joined the herd in December.
He’s a professor by day and a rock ‘n’ roll drummer by night.
I want to thank an unknown young man who helped me in my time of need. When it snowed Jan. 7, I had two of my dogs get out of the house and I finally caught them in my neighbor’s yard. I fell down
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In 2013, five pregnancies were reported in Washington and Sullivan counties to adolescents aged 10 to 14.
As Aaron Adams neared the end of King’s iconic “I Have A Dream” speech, he bellowed out one of the final declarations, “Let freedom ring from Lookout Mountain of Tennessee!”
The same day a decision on the Northeast Tennessee hospital merger was expected in Tennessee, the Federal Trade Commission was busy issuing a 45-page letter to the Virginia Department of Health opposing Mountain States Health Alliance and
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State Sen. Rusty Crowe, R-Johnson City, chosen once again Thursday to chair the powerful Senate Health and Welfare Committee, said President-elect Donald Trump’s forthcoming changes in healthcare likely will result in block grants to the state.
Johnson City police said in a news release that a city man shoplifted $1,136.35 worth of merchandise from the Walgreens at 606 N. Broadway St.
A city man was charged Friday afternoon with aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000 after an investigation into a burglary call, Johnson City police said in a news release.
A new awards program developed by the International Storytelling Center will highlight one of the center’s longest-running partners — Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort & Spa.
ERWIN — All it took was a little “encouragement,” according to David Crockett head coach John Good.