A Johnson City man was killed early Tuesday in an industrial accident at Specialty Tires of America in Unicoi.
The Johnson City School Board on Monday decided that the best way to send Nashville a message that the ongoing failure of the TNReady student and teacher assessment system must be corrected is to offer the state an alternative testing plan.
FLAG POND - The tiny mountain community of Flag Pond will welcome a crowd of guests that annually rivals its own population Saturday, May 12, as residents of several surrounding states gather in for the 33rd annual Flag Pond Ramp Festival.
With a little help from Mother Nature, Saturday’s Great Outdoors Festival in downtown Erwin tuned out to be the most successful in the festival’s three year run.
Despite efforts from protestors on the courthouse steps, and vocal opposition from the ACLU and others, downtown Johnson City has become a less welcome haven for the area’s homeless.
The Tanasi Arts & Heritage Center’s Functional Artways of Appalachia series will continue with a free Flint Knapping and Wood Whittling Workshop Saturday, May 12, at the Unicoi Visitors and Tourists Information Center.
Republican primary voters on Tuesday brought Unicoi County Mayor Greg Lynch’s three-term tenure in the mayor’s office to an end, returned Sheriff Mike Hensley to office and ousted three incumbent members of the County Commission.
The Unicoi County Clerk’s office normally open on Saturdays will close Saturday, May 5, due to the Great Outdoors Festival being held in downtown Erwin
A celebration of spring in the mountains the many outdoor recreational opportunities the region has to offer, the third annual Great Outdoors Festival will play out Saturday, May 5, on the streets of downtown Erwin.
ERWIN — With no democrat or independent candidates qualified to run for Unicoi County sheriff in the August general election, Tuesday’s Republican Primary will determine the outcome of a three-man race for the office of the county’s top law enforcement office
Thursday and Friday were joyous days in the East Tennessee State University mini-dome as more than 500 athletes and more than 300 volunteers converged for the annual Area 3 Special Olympics Track and Field Games.
National headlines this week are filled with stories about hearings and confirmations, historic meetings and resignations, another mass shooting, and the hero who stepped forward to put a stop to it.
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.