ELIZABETHTON — Several owners and other dog enthusiasts attended Tuesday’s meeting of the Carter Country Commission to make known their opposition to any new regulations or ordinances on dog ownership and care.
UNICOI — Unicoi Alderman Jeff Linville will join Mayor Johnny Lynch as the town’s representatives on the new Unicoi County EMS control board.
Science Hill senior Madison Howard is already a master clarinetist who can play several other instruments. She has big aspirations, and she’s already working on making them happen.
A Chattanooga man was killed in a Sunday evening when a car going the wrong way hit his head-on on U.S. Highway 19E near the intersection with Gap Creek Road.
Johnson City Police arrested a man Monday morning and charged him with aggravated assault after a stabbing last month.
MOUNTAIN CITY — The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a case involving human remains that were found on Monday in the area of U.S. Highway 321.
Two Washington County Detention Center inmates were charged with aggravated assault Thursday after a jailer was injured and locked inside their cell, according to a statement from the Sheriff’s Office.
ELIZABETHTON — Kayla Story, a senior at Elizabethton High School, was recently recognized as a 2020 University Honors Scholar at East Tennessee State University for her stellar academics and community involvement.
The Elizabethton/Carter County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 2020 Legislative Breakfast on Friday, March 20. The event will once again be held at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Elizabethton, starting at 7:30 a.m.
Barraged by hundreds of sex-abuse lawsuits, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection Tuesday in hopes of working out a potentially mammoth victim compensation plan that will allow the 110-year-old organization to carry on.
Feb. 18, 1886: Messrs. Dickey & Anderson were moving their drug store to one of the large rooms in the Range building.
Nearly 400 Johnson City Schools students are set to perform with Mark Wood and Greg Byers Freedom Hall Civic Center on April 9.
“The Many Uses of the Drum in African Culture” is the focus of a free public talk by Rev. Vincent Dial set for Thursday at East Tennessee State University’s Rogers-Stout Hall, room 101.
More than a year after announcing construction of an access road and visitors center at Lamar Alexander Rocky Fork State Park would begin in 2019, officials with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation are returning to Erwin for a pair of planning meetings with regional “stakeholders.”
After about seven years of negotiations, an organization promoting the history of Boones Creek could soon settle on a small portion of a larger city-owned property that has been a recent subject of debate.