ELIZABETHTON — Deputies with the Carter County Sheriff’s Department arrested two men and two women on Saturday in connection with an armed burglary that took place on Melody Lane that day.
A teenager fired several shots toward someone on North Barton Street over the weekend but missed his target, police said in a news release, resulting in his arrest.
A Gray man was arrested on his fifth DUI charge Monday after he crashed into three vehicles in Boones Creek, police said in a news release.
In 1974, Jill Sauceman was getting ready for nursing school at East Tennessee State University before she was diagnosed with lupus.
GREENEVILLE—Stellar pitching anchored Elizabethton’s Appalachian League baseball victory on Monday night.
The town of Jonesborough may start charging for-profit companies to apply for special event permits in an attempt to recoup costs associated with providing law enforcement, parking, closing streets and cleanup.
ELIZABETHTON — It now appears certain there will not be an increase in the property tax rate this year in Carter County. Last year’s rate of $2.47 per $100 of assessed value will remain the same.
Residents of the town of Erwin are in for a 1.5 cent property tax increase.
Torrential rains last Monday and Friday flooded the streets of downtown Johnson City, providing a familiar and unwelcoming sight to downtown business owners and visitors to the Little Chicago Festival.
Monday was better than the day before for the Johnson City Cardinals.
KINGSPORT — The standing-room-only crowd at the Cattails at MeadowView Golf Course was primed and ready. When Golf Channel’s cameras came on, it was showtime, and nobody did it better than Justin James and Emily Tubert.
Everything changes when Thursday and Friday roll around.