May 29, 1911: W.I. Bellamy was fined $2 for “using water from the hydrant of another without having paid rental thereof.”
United Southeast Federal Credit Union recently announced the winners of their annual scholarships.
Faith is both a personal and a shared experience. For hundreds of years, dedicated churchgoers have filled the pews of Northeast Tennessee’s abundant houses of worship seeking common ideals and beliefs. Many do so without fail except in times of
May 29, 2020 at 10:00 AM
A woman told Johnson City police she shot her boyfriend several times with a BB gun Thursday after he choked and kicked her, resulting in the man’s arrest.
In these Letters to the Forum, our readers give appreciation for help after a bike accident, write against refugee resettlement and remember Boone’s Mr. Tester.
Unicoi County’s Red Barn will not open its doors for live music this year due to the COVID-19 capacity restrictions, according to owner Burl Mast.
According to a Thursday ETSU announcement, additional products have been added such as hoodies, dri-fit shirts, pullovers, sweatshirts and tumblers.
Northeast Tennessee’s case count of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) increased by two in Thursday’s state Department of Health report. Unicoi and Johnson counties each had one new case. The upper eight counties had a
May 28, 1953: West Side ESSO Servicecenter on West Market Street at Kiwanis Park, owned and operated by Glenn Slemp, advertised its grand opening.
Johnson City police had a brief standoff Tuesday with an armed fugitive wanted in Virginia.