Elizabethton turned a lot of heads across the state with its 24-21 win over Greeneville on Friday, and Cade Maupin had a big hand in it.
If you were in King Commons Park or along Commerce Street on Friday evening, you were treated to this view of the Johnson City sign against a perfect sunset.
ELIZABETHTON — Following a unanimous vote to purchase property and buildings in an unnamed location, the Carter County Commission may have put the Carter County Landfill and the city of Elizabethton back in the recycling business.
The owners of a long-vacant Johnson City building, which one local economic development official
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University of Tennessee Interim President Randy Boyd visited Daniel Boone High School Monday morning as part of a statewide talking to Tennessee high school students about the new UT Promise scholarship program.
Johnson City’s government is recovering from what it described as an apparent ransomware attack early Monday morning.
Winning can become a habit, as last year’s East Tennessee State football team proved.
Area football teams set their sights each season on reaching the playoffs.
NASHVILLE — A new business venture by former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen takes on global warming by helping companies fund solar panels in communities with dirty-power electric grids.
Johnson City’s Commissioners are a whisker away from making pets’ lives better.
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CLEVELAND — The nation’s three dominant drug distributors and a big drugmaker have reached a tentative deal to settle a lawsuit related to the opioid crisis just as the first federal trial over the crisis was due to begin Monday, according to a
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CARYVILLE — The U.S. Department of Agriculture says more than 6,000 pounds of frozen sausage patties manufactured in Tennessee have been recalled over concerns they may be contaminated with salmonella.
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is planning to collect DNA samples from asylum-seekers and other migrants detained by immigration officials and will add the information to a massive FBI database used by law enforcement hunting for criminals
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One man blocked the way of a U.S. van with a poster reading: “Thanks for US people, but Trump betrayed us.”