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.
KNOXVILLE — Police in Tennessee say a severed body believed to be a pedestrian has been found in the car of a motorist at a traffic stop.
East Tennessee State University’s Office of Professional Development invites children and youth to participate in the 2019 Renaissance Child Camps this summer.
BOONE, N.C. — Police used DNA evidence to make an arrest in a recent hotel arson case, according to a news release issued Tuesday.
June 18, 1891: The Comet reported that two ET&WNC train cars had been crowded to capacity as they hauled passengers to Allentown in Carter County for the reunion of Union veterans in The Grand Army Posts of Upper East Tennessee.
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ELIZABETHTON — Budget time is ticking down in Carter County, and the County Commission is still undecided about what to do about the 2019-20 budget for the county Planning Commission.
On Monday, the Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen gave second and final reading approval to $2.3 million budget for 2019-2020 budget that includes just over $100,000 to establish a town police department.
Phone companies are swiftly rolling out 5G technology in cities across the country.
Students at East Tennessee State University can expect an increase in their tuition this semester.