This past weekend saw Johnson City host the Little Chicago Downtown Music and Arts Festival for the third year, and to everyone’s dismay, inclement weather and flooding played a major part in the festivities.
Education Commissioner Candice McQueen released the school-level 2018 TNReady results and district growth data Thursday morning.
When Criminal Court Judge Stacy Street hangs up his judge’s robe this afternoon, he’ll put on a radio announcer’s headset.
The United Way of Washington County is starting a new campaign season in new offices on North Roan Street.
After two-plus hours of discussion and contemplation, the Johnson City Commission approved a concept plan proposed by Mitch Cox Companies to build a 265-apartment complex behind The Mall at Johnson City.
ELIZABETHTON — Kevin Ward said the Carter County School System has found itself between a rock and a hard place over the “In God We Trust” motto.
Johnson City Board of Education member Richard Manahan announced Thursday his plans not run for re-election in November.
ELIZABETHTON — Although he still has a legal workshop and a school board workshop coming up this month, School Board Chairman Rusty Barnett said farewell to the board, staff and administrators on Thursday.
The Johnson City Commission is bound to have at least one new face on the five-member board following the Nov. 6 municipal election. Meanwhile, Jonesborough voters will decide from a field of three candidates to fill two open seats on the town’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
ELIZABETHTON — In most Elizabethton municipal elections, the City Council election usually gets more publicity and attention than the school board race.
Fields set for Erwin and Unicoi aldermen races
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.
TRURO, Mass. — On a windswept dune overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, hastily erected signs warned Cape Cod beachgoers to stay out of the water Thursday — a day after a New York man became the first person since 2012 to be attacked by a shark in
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He said some of the photos and videos of families being separated were made earlier this year when U.S. border enforcement officials were “overwhelmed” by the sheer number of illegal immigrants and would-be asylum seekers from Central and South America trying to enter this country from Mexico.
Cindy Scalf never saw herself as a spokesperson for anything, but she’s stepped outside that box for the last 17 months to keep her daughter’s death at the forefront of everyone’s mind.