After the death of its former CEO, the resignation of key executives and the layoff of 11 employees, Appalachian Community Federal Credit Union has returned a $1 million grant it said was intended to rehab substandard rental housing in Johnson
Yesterday at 8:30 PM
Johnson City commissioners gave first-reading approval to equalized property tax rates for city residents Tuesday night, which are a fraction of a penny higher than the state’s calculation for the equalized rate.
At 149 years old, Oak Hill Cemetery is just a bit younger than Johnson City itself.
A new signal installed at the Peoples Street and Greenline Road intersection will become fully operational at 9 a.m. Thursday, the city said in a release.
UNICOI — Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee received a warm welcome from residents and town officials during a Tuesday visit to Unicoi.
Three plaintiffs have filed a lawsuit against Johnson City and seven city police officers, claiming that their First Amendment rights were violated during the TriPride Festival in September.
An early Monday morning fire heavily damaged a house at 515 E. Myrtle Ave.
Jonesborough vice mayor Adam Dickson remembers listening to his father, Fred, reminisce about his time at Langston High School.
About a month after approving a $4.6 million bank loan to buy and rehab the John Sevier Center, the Johnson City Development Authority authorized funds Friday to have a consultant conduct a preliminary inspection on the building.
Johnson City has selected the vice mayor on the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Alderman to serve as the first supervisor of the Langston Centre.