Ken Baldwin, the attorney general of the 1st Judicial District, says it is “a really big decision" for local prosecutors. He said it is also good news to large retailers who are often the victims of habitual shoplifting.
Feb. 21, 1886: Charley Hammond had died suddenly, prompting an inquest over his body. The jury reported the cause of his death was unknown.
An organization spotlighting the culture and history of Boones Creek could soon own a small portion of the Keefauver Farm.
Update: Johnson City police on Thursday charged a man with robbing a West Walnut Street convenience market on Wednesday.
Kevin Flanary, area partnership specialist with the Philadelphia Regional Census Center, said the Census Bureau will be sending out postcards between March 12 – 20 with a link for residents to go online to answer nine census questions.
ELIZABETHTON — Elizabethton physician Arnold Hopland said he could be facing a series of quarantines that could prevent him from getting home until April.
For six months, Craig Charles split his time between Johnson City and Nashville.
Since Tennessee’s “Hands-Free Law” went into effect last July 1, Washington County law enforcement agencies have issued more than 450 citations — more than 80% of them written by Johnson City police officers.
The East Tennessee Department of Public Safety welcomed its new therapy dog to campus this week, and after hundreds of suggestions from the ETSU community, she finally has a new name – Pepper.
Feb. 20, 1896: The Comet told of “delightful old-time spellings” that had taken place the previous Thursday night. The captains were J.E. Brading and Cy H. Lyle. “Prof. Saunders was selected to pronounce the words, and McGuffey’s
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“Scars” is the theme for February in East Tennessee State University’s “Re-Generation: A Johnson City Story Slam” series.
ELIZABETHTON — A plea agreement accepted in Carter County Criminal Court on Tuesday could mean an additional option for local law enforcers and prosecutors in handling methamphetamine charges.
The 3rd Senate District will be receiving a total of $5,100 in TOP grants.
A manager at the Pier 1 location in Johnson City, 2116 N. Roan St., confirmed the store will remain open after the company announced this week it would be filing for bankruptcy and moving forward with
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Dr. Scott Hummel is hitting the ground running as he begins his presidency at Tusculum University, and one of his immediate priorities will be meeting with members of the community.