Saladworks was founded in 1986, and specializes in custom salads, wraps and soups.
“We will cater to all lifestyles,” Diane Taveau said. “The whole family can come in and have a great meal.”
As downtown Johnson City has become more pedestrian friendly, the dangers of people crossing the railroad tracks on foot has increased — so much so that there were three pedestrians killed by trains between late 2017 and 2018.
Dr. Janna Scarborough was recently named the interim dean of East Tennessee State University’s Clemmer College of Education. On Tuesday, she emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about herself, her new role and the responsibilities that come with being interim dean.
Scientists with the University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture may have found what caused a popular weedkiller to damage and destroy thousands of acres of crops across the country, prompting some states to restrict or ban its use entirely.
KNOXVILLE — Tennessee police say a drunken driver crashed into the cruisers of two officers performing a traffic stop.
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Wednesday completed one of its biggest rollbacks of environmental rules, replacing a landmark Obama-era effort that sought to wean the nation’s electrical grid off coal-fired power plants and their climate
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ST. LOUIS — Authorities say a woman was trapped in a St. Louis jail stairwell for more than two days after not understanding how to get out of the building.
U.S. NAVY 5TH FLEET BASE NEAR FUJAIRAH, United Arab Emirates — The limpet mines used to attack a Japanese-owned oil tanker near the Strait of Hormuz last week bore “a striking resemblance” to similar mines displayed by Iran, a U.S. Navy
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June 19, 1902: A judge in Knoxville had issued an injunction against the Johnson City Water Company preventing it from drawing water from Sinking Creek or from any spring that flowed into it. This tied tip all the water the
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Sen. Rusty Crowe said recent measures passed by the state General Assembly and reforms made by former Gov. Bill Haslam were successful in shifting opioid prescription use from acute pain to more chronic cases. As a result, many opioid abusers have turned to fentanyll and heroin purchased on the streets.
ELIZABETHTON — One of the oldest and most respected law firms in Carter County will soon be going out of business.
ELIZABETHTON — After four successful years as director of the Elizabethton/Carter County Public Library, Renita Barksdale has announced that she is resigning to take a job at a larger library in eastern North Carolina.
Two Massachusetts state troopers testified in a motion hearing Tuesday about finding ammunition and a weapon four years ago in what they believed to be a stolen vehicle that was connected to a murder in Johnson City.
So far, the housing market in Johnson City and Washington County has been busier in 2019 than in the first five months of 2018.