The Tittle family was not about to let cabin fever take hold when such lovely spring weather on hand Thursday afternoon.
Ethan Vaughn, 3, brought the Hulk to visit his Nana as she worked at the Subway on South Roan Street on Thursday in Johnson City. Ethan ordered a pizza for lunch, but it was unclear whether the Hulk would get a bite.
If you were in King Commons Park or along Commerce Street on Friday evening, you were treated to this view of the Johnson City sign against a perfect sunset.
A pickup truck crashed on the Interstate 26 East onramp at North Roan Street Sunday evening and wound up in the opposite direction.
Editor’s note: Starting with this edition, the Johnson City Press is exploring the implications of the Johnson City development authority’s plan for the John Sevier Center in a series of articles.
A pickup overturned in a rush-hour crash Tuesday at the intersection of East Watauga Avenue and Oak Street.
Downtown Johnson City’s curb appeal keeps getting better — even at the curbs. Riley Eaton of Jackson Jones Construction was busy laying new bricks along the curbing at the intersection of East Main and Commerce streets on Tuesday. His company was
Updated Aug 6, 2019 at 8:31 PM
BLUFF CITY — Both Rebekah Scaggs and Annie Brumfield completed their years at Sullivan East High School with 4.0 grade point averages, affording them the opportunity to address the Class of 2019 at graduation. The school does not designate a
May 24, 2019 at 7:46 PM
If you were in Founders Park on Saturday afternoon, chances are you saw more than a few leashes. The weather was just right for dogs to take their human companions out for strolls through the park in downtown Johnson City.
Fire heavily damaged the Haven of Mercy Thrift Store, 218 N. Broadway St., Tuesday morning.