There’s something so satisfying about getting your plants into the ground.
The media have presented extensive coverage of acts of racism throughout this nation. Racism has spawned the “Black Lives Matter” movement. Racism motivated the murders at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South
May 12, 2019 at 8:00 AM
Mother’s Day is fast approaching and it’s a time to reflect on the role of some of the mothers and grandmothers in my life.
With Monday’s Question of the Week, we asked if Tennessee should observe year-round daylight saving time, a proposal considered this year by the General Assembly. Here are some of our readers’ answers.
For 15 years now, the Johnson City Press has offered readers the perspectives of volunteer local writers in our Community Voices columns. Some columnists have been with us from the beginning. Others have just joined
May 12, 2019 at 12:00 AM
So, kickin around with Campbell hasn’t been much fun lately, but I’ll try my best to keep from depressing anyone.
Pharmaceutical companies can and should be held liable for the devastation opioids have brought to our communities. Look to tobacco industry lawsuits for guidance.
Johnson City resident Jamie Collins sent us a video Thursday showing an unexpected visitor that set off her doorbell cam overnight.
In these Letters to the Forum, our congressman clears up a misconception, a call for contempt, praise for the local VA hospital and a regional name suggestion.
The headlines were ominous:
Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee has had a difficult year and continues to struggle to meet the local need. On Saturday the largest one-day food drive in the nation will give everyone a chance to help as the 27th annual National Letter Carriers Food Drive arrives at mailboxes everywhere.
The folks at the state’s Department of Tourism think it’s a great idea to invite people from across the country to spend vacation time in the Volunteer State. Specifically, they hope visitors will head to a number of local music festivals around
May 8, 2019 at 8:00 AM
After an overreaching attempt in 2018, state Rep. Bud Hulsey finally got his “truth-in-sentencing” bill through the state Legislature in the 11th hour last week.
It was the Retiree who called my dining partner to invite her to one of her weekend “Food Toots.” This is something our friend does in order to 1) keep her knowledge of area food offerings up to date and 2) do some casual reconnaissance for the
May 7, 2019 at 7:45 AM
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