Recent visitors in my backyard garden turned out not to be the bees I thought they’d be.
On July 1, the American Red Cross closed a blood donation center in Johnson City ended its blood drives in Northeast Tennessee.
DirecTV customers in the area may have noticed two missing channels this July 4, as two national media companies battled over fees to show content.
100 years ago last week Johnson City entrepreneurs Dan Wexler and Robert Wiley saw an opportunity in the explosive rise of the motorcar and founded Free Service Tire Co., a business and brand that still survives today.
If you’re in Greeneville next weekend, you might mistakenly think you’ve been sucked into that bizarre 80s music video for The Weather Girls, because it’ll be raining men (and women).
Johnson City Development Authority board members gave a relieved round of applause Friday morning after authorizing a $4.6 million bank loan to purchase and rehabilitate the John Sevier Center, moving forward on the cornerstone downtown redevelopment project without the county’s approval of TIF funds.
This week, I’ve gone gaga for garlic.
Kathy Deakins dreamed of being a painter when she was a young art student in college. Then, more than 30 years ago, she taught her first art class.
Local residents turned to U.S. Rep. Phil Roe Thursday for solutions to addiction, tariffs and workforce development, hoping he’ll take the issues to heart and tackle them in Washington.
For districts in the area, the school year is coming to an end, but nutrition staff and local organizations are preparing for a busy summer.