The town of Unicoi will host The Final Summit, a wrap up to its free Footsteps with Foodies healthy eating and walking program, Saturday, Aug. 18.
The annual Amanda Grace Minutolo Memorial Shoe Drive is held each August to help meet the need for new shoes for Johnson City students who are homeless or at risk.
Carver Recreation Center is preparing to celebrate its 60th year of service to the community with a week-long series of anniversary events planned for Sept. 16 - 22.
United Ways leaders from across Northeast Tennessee came together at the Millenium Centre on Thursday to kick off their annual campaigns to collectively raise $7.3 million for nonprofit organizations working improve the health, education and financial stability of the region.
The slow going Habitat for Humanity home build on Grove Avenue in Erwin has finally turned a corner and appears to be on track for completion by early October.
As the longest-running community theatre in the state, Johnson City Community Theatre’s focused has shifted in recent years to bring the community back to the theater.
Rebecca Millhorn has dedicated a large portion of her yard to provide food and habitat for butterflies.
The Pinnacle Shopping Center in Bristol is inviting area runners of all ages to lace up their sneakers for the United Way and the regional nonprofit human service agencies it supports. Today is Miracle Treat Day and a very sweet reason to stop in your local Dairy Queen.
For one full day, Johnson City Press employees and a few of our friends scoured the area, capturing photos of people working, playing and just lounging around.
The Town of Unicoi has been awarded an $85,000 grant from Tennessee Department of Health to improve community and individual health outcomes by increasing access to healthy food options and the great outdoors.
For the first time in more than a decade, the United Way of Washington County is increasing the number of local health and human service organizations that receive its annual support.
Making a teenager feel good about the end of summer vacation and the start of a new school year is not an easy task. But a brand new, fully loaded backpack is a good start.
The walking event will launch Saturday at the Johnson City and Jonesborough farmers’ market locations, and those interested register for free at the market information booth.
A piece of the Johnson City Fire Department’s history nearly slipped away for a dollar, but the deal never happened, and the artifact stayed in storage until this year.
ERWIN — Members of the Erwin National Blue Ridge Pottery Club gathered with town leaders Tuesday evening for the unveiling of a new state historic marker erected in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the 1917 opening of the pottery that made
Jul 18, 2018 at 10:59 PM