It’s been more than three years of scheming and squabbling, and parents in Jonesborough still don’t know the fate of their children’s schools.
GREENVILLE, S.C.—Erasing a four-run deficit over the final three innings, East Tennessee State remained alive with a 7-5 victory over Furman on Friday night in the Southern Conference baseball tournament.
Recent felony arrests reported by Johnson City police.
May 24, 1866: The Tennessee legislature chartered the East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad. The railroad was to be built as a broad gauge from either Carter’s Depot or Johnson’s Depot to Cranberry, North Carolina.
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The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency on Thursday released its annual reminder about water safety ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, the traditional starting point for summer recreation.
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GREENVILLE, S.C. — A pitchers’ duel ended in disappointment for East Tennessee State’s baseball team.
Practical experience with real-world tasks often means as much to students’ potential as anything they learn from books. It means applying what they’ve learned in the classroom to things they can sink their teeth into before hopefully taking
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May 23, 1885: The Comet reported that Prof. W.A. Evans had purchased a fine, large, black riding horse. “He is a beauty and the Prof. is very proud of him.”
A gun scare put Johnson City’s Topper Academy on lockdown Tuesday, and a student was charged with weapons and other violations when police said an air pistol was found.