Three small business owners, thankful for their stations in life, hope to pay it forward this Thanksgiving by serving dozens of dinners to people who need them.
On Nov. 1, flyers with the phrase “It’s Okay To Be White” were posted across East Tennessee State University’s Johnson City campus, including on a memorial to the first five black students admitted to the college after school segregation was ruled unconstitutional.
This time of the year, a leisurely drive over the mountains can bring a vibrant pop of color.
If you’ve visited Johnson City’s largest hotel in the last 34 years, you’ve probably seen Charlotte Sims and her smile.
Like the insect in Aesop’s Fables that stored away food while the grasshopper spent the summer singing, I’ve been busy.
Every dog has its day, but a Morristown dog now has a full month.
Now the owner of an apartment building, the Johnson City Development Authority is sorting out its role as a landlord.
Johnson City’s relationship with alcohol is the stuff of legends.
Telling stories is about stitching together experiences, and visitors to this year’s National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough can take home their own stitched-together pieces to help them tell others about their visit.
On Christmas Eve, 1989, one of the most destructive and deadly man-made disasters in Johnson City’s history tore through the John Sevier Center.