Students have returned to school, long days by the pool or lake are becoming fewer and farther between and it’s becoming increasingly obvious that summer is drawing to a close.
Tri-Cities restaurateur Rafael Zabala loves his job.
One of Johnson City’s newest restaurants is uprooting from the north part of the city into downtown, finding a home in a building that has seen more than its fair share of turnover in recent years.
Two area educators are planning to put their talents to work in Africa for a second time while working at a Zambian Christian day school that serves orphans and children from low-income backgrounds.
It’s coming down to the wire for area parents looking to stock up for the coming school year.
Staying cool under unimaginable circumstances made all the difference for Marine Staff Sgt. Chase Estep as a killer opened fire at the U.S. Naval Reserve Center in Chattanooga nearly two weeks ago. Under attack on American soil, his training and
Jul 27, 2015 at 9:48 PM
How will TVA fix Boone Dam? That’s been the burning question as Boone Lake has been kept low for months due to seepage at the dam, resulting in the dissatisfaction of neighboring property owners and loss of recreational appeal.
East Tennessee State University officials announced Tuesday that a June buyout of Neebo, the retailer under contract to provide bookstore services to the university, would result in a change of vendors.
Science Hill junior Ben Winiger attended a camp at Marymount University hosted by the National Security Agency designed to teach the basics of computer safety.
Nearly two-thirds of high school graduates in line for Tennessee Promise scholarships could lose them for not completing eight hours of required community service.