What started as a bold idea more than seven years ago by then-Jonesborough Mayor Kelly Wolfe is inching closer to reality — a reality that may not be more important to anyone than it is to Jonesborough Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Jennifer
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It’s been a banner year for rainfall in East Tennessee, and forecasters are unsure when — or if — that rain will subside.
Often times there exists a disconnect between knowing what’s really dangerous in the ocean, and what’s not.
For 34 years, RobCon has provided comic book fans in East Tennessee with a yearly convention right in their backyard.
The business of hunting ghosts and investigating other paranormal occurrences rarely stops for members of the Paranormal Technology Investigations team.
Braving some brief downpours, nearly a dozen people were on hand at the intersection of West State of Franklin Road and University Parkway for the installation of the 14th and final piece of the Johnson City Public Art Committee’s 2019-21 Biennial Sculpture Exhibition.
Scientists with the University of Tennessee’s Institute of Agriculture may have found what caused a popular weedkiller to damage and destroy thousands of acres of crops across the country, prompting some states to restrict or ban its use entirely.
Students and representatives from East Tennessee State University’s United Campus Workers chapter gathered at the steps of Burgin Dossett Hall ahead of Monday’s Board of Trustees meeting to protest tuition and fee increases without providing
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Students at East Tennessee State University can expect an increase in their tuition this semester.
Whether it’s photography or videography, Kingsport’s Matt Cohen is determined to show off the “beautiful” side of an area that’s oft-criticized as being “too small” or “dying.”