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ERWIN - Less than two weeks ahead of the opening of the new Unicoi County Hospital, hospital officials on Friday invited the media in for a tour of the 40,000-square-foot facility some three years in the planning.
A group of Tri-Cities area women is getting organized to make a significant contribution to the of the region’s nonprofit organizations.
The Junior League of Johnson City will host its 12th annual benefit Touch-A-Truck event from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m Saturday, Oct. 13, at The Mall at Johnson City.
Moving was the pathway to staying for Todd Fowler.
We celebrated Daisy Duke’s first birthday this week with all the pomp and circumstance you might expect. There were party hats, cupcakes and other dogs.
Ninety-four years old and still holding down a part-time job as the sample lady at The Mall at Johnson City, Eula Fields’ drive to be productive is inspiring.
Friday’s summer like weather made for what may go down as the most successful opening days in the 41-year history of the Unicoi County Apple Festival.
The free Remote Area Medical clinic for people who can not afford or otherwise lack access to health care will return to the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray on the first weekend in November.
Honor Flight of Northeast Tennessee will be treating nearly 40 local Vietnam veterans to an all-expense paid tour of the nation’s war memorial Oct. 12-14. Central Church of Christ, 2722 E. Oakland Ave., will host benefit breakfast to help cover the cost of special trip Saturday morning from 8 a.m.-noon.
Downtown Erwin’s much anticipated Union St Gallery is officially opened for business. Artists Jan and Vince Bowden cut a ribbon on their new metal and glass fusing art gallery at 100 Union Street Tuesday morning.
The town of Erwin’s first on-tap craft beer is less than a day away. A soft opening for the new Union Street Tap Room at 111 Union Street is planned for 6 p.m. Thursday and proprietors Michael and Tara Baker will officially get their new business rolling during Friday and Saturday’s 41st annual Unicoi County Apple Festival.
Students at David Crockett High School crowded around a medical table during class hours.
The 38th annual Johnson City Press Christmas Box drive to provide food for the holiday to hundreds of low-income families and seniors in need at Christmas kicks off today in conjunction with Monday’s start of the Johnson City Salvation Army’s Angel Tree and Christmas Box registration.
Dawn of Hope will end its daily transportation service for 50 non-residential participants its developmental center day program effective Monday.