With only one candidate running for the Jonesborough mayor’s seat, Chuck Vest is sure to win, but here’s a bit of information on where he stands on issues facing the town.
Three candidates seeking to fill two seats on the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Alderman all have the town’s best interest at heart based on answers to a Johnson City Press questionnaire.
The department’s two K9 officers are Dustin and Hannah Flemming. A married couple whose dogs aren’t so keen on each other.
Local paramedics who responded on a Strike Team to assist Florida officials during the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew are working long hours with little sleep and finding that hot meals are hard to come by in the disaster zone.
A U.S. Magistrate who started his legal career in the Tri-Cities was nominated by President Donald Trump this week to a federal district judicial position for the Eastern District of Tennessee in Greeneville.
More than a dozen ambulances and crew members left Tennessee Wednesday headed south to Alabama on a deployment mission as Hurricane Michael barreled its way toward the Gulf Coast.
A downtown business will have to wait a little longer before getting the okay from town officials for a “special occasion” beer license after the Board of Mayor and Aldermen deferred voting on the prepared ordinance Monday night.
If you remember my first “personal column” you might recall the chuckle many of you got with my squirrel problem, and many of you commiserated with me.
On Friday, dozens of veterans attended the annual Veterans Stand Down event, which brought together services for homeless veterans and veterans at risk of being homeless.
The annual community Veterans Stand Down event will be held Friday, but at a different location than in year’s past.