Washington County/Johnson City EMS A-EMT (advanced emergency medical technician) Sgt. Lee Peace has one more 24-hour shift after today before a welcomed four-day break.
What turned out to be a record snowfall in Tri-Cities weather history will soon just be a memory as the temperature rose Monday to melt much of the snow that covered area roads.
Tri-Cities residents woke up to to the blanket of what promised by meteorologists, with at least six inches in some areas of the region.
One of four men charged with killing a pregnant woman while she sat in her car with her other child in the back seat was granted a bond reduction after a hearing in Washington County Criminal Court on Friday.
An arrest that was likely one of the darkest hours for a Johnson City man last year, resulting in him being charged with firing a gun when police entered his house to check his welfare, was dismissed earlier this week in a Washington County courtroom.
A man accused of harassing and stalking an underage girl with whom he’d previously been convicted of having sex had his violation of probation charges dismissed Tuesday because the court determined he was not the stalker.
A Washington County man who once worked as a volunteer chaplain for law enforcement offices in the area was served with a warrant Tuesday charging him with statutory rape by an authority figure, solicitation to commit statutory rape and other sex crimes.
Nicholas Nassif Hayek, 20, of Leominister, Mass. used $5,000 cash and car title to secure his $100,000.
An Elizabethton man charged with shooting two men during an altercation on Tuesday asked a judge to reduce his $100,000 bond during a brief court appearance Wednesday.
The Jonesborough woman charged with failing to stop for a school bus and hitting a child earlier this week waived her appearance in Washington County General Sessions Court on Wednesday, and the case was reset until next year.