Courtrooms in most of the First Judicial District — Washington, Carter, Unicoi and Johnson counties — will reopen for business full time on Monday.
The parking lot at the Firehouse restaurant might have fooled some people into thinking the establishment was open for business Wednesday.
Tennessee courtrooms will remain mostly closed through the end of May because of the novel coronavirus, according to a Supreme Court order issued Friday.
When the novel coronavirus caused leaders across the nation to shut down a wide variety of businesses to keep people apart and help curb the spread of the virus, one thing didn’t change — emergency responders were still on the front line for any
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If there’s one thing physical therapist Daniel Foster loves to do, it’s help patients attain goals as they heal from injury.
Courtrooms in Tennessee will remain mostly empty at least through April 30, unless the Tennessee Supreme Court decides to extend its order for limited access, regardless of Gov. Bill Lee’s staggered reopening of businesses across the state.
It’s National Work Zone Awareness week, and traffic officials want motorists to be extra cautious when approaching areas where roadwork is being conducted.
A New York City police detective who died from the novel coronavirus this week was a Johnson City native and basketball standout during his high school years.
A Washington County man was arrested last week on domestic assault and child abuse charges after allegedly choking his girlfriend and threatening to burn down their apartment.
Major overnight flooding left several roads in the Johnson City area impassable, according to news releases issued Monday morning from law enforcement agencies, and more rain was forecast for the region Tuesday.