A massive convoy of police vehicles followed by two tour buses filled with children rolled to the front of the Super Walmart store on Browns Mill Road Thursday evening, signaling the start of community’s annual Shop With a Cop.
The charitable giving season is in its final days with three of the community’s largest Christmas gift distributions for low-income children, teens, seniors and families set to play out Friday through Tuesday.
International Paper of Elizabethton last month made what has become the traditional first gift for the assembly of the annual Johnson City Press Christmas Box food distribution - 1,500 large cardboard boxes printed with the Christmas Box logo.
Downtown Johnson City has replaced what was once a dark and daunting breezeway with attractive new outdoor art gallery.
Courtney’s little one will be 2 in March and has already been through six surgeries. She is 20 years old and is not working because of the extra responsibilities that came with his disabilities.
One week out from the first Christmas outreach of its kind at Good Samaritan Ministries, the ministry is working to fill its wish list for more than 1,000 low-income children, teens and seniors.
With a 50-foot row of shopping buggies stacked five feet high with toys, Johnia Berry’s mother was certain her daughter was dancing in heaven Thursday as the 13th annual Johnia Berry Memorial Toy Drive distributed gifts for area hundreds of area children in need.
The town of town of Unicoi and the Unicoi History Group will host the annual Christmas at the Cabin celebration from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at the Bogart-Bowman Cabin at 5012 Unicoi Drive.
The Angel Tree shopping season is wrapping up for nearly 1,500 Washington, Carter and Unicoi county children in need.
Patty and her brother have been taking care of their aging parents for the past four years. Their mother has multiple sclerosis and depends on a walker to get around. Their dad has dementia and can not be left alone.