For decades, Fred Sauceman has worked to tell the stories of our region and our city.
Hager recently spoke with the Johnson City Press to tell us more about himself, his time on the board and more.
Editor’s Note: Today we begin a series of occasional 5 Questions features regarding the people and families of Johnson City shaping the city’s past, present and future. Look for more in the series over the next several weeks.
Johnson City Press readers, meet our newest addition to the newsroom, spring and summer intern Jonathan Roberts.
Meet Stacey Sanford, a Johnson City transplant who moved to the area 12 years ago from West Florida.
ReVIDA Recovery Centers’ CEO Lee Dilworth announced Monday that Amy Morris was hired to serve as the opioid treatment company’s director of quality and compliance.
There are only two women who work for the Johnson City Fire Department. At 29 years old, Kaitlin Asbury is currently the only female firefighter.
BRISTOL — On a rainy Thursday afternoon, one of the world’s foremost experts in computer ethics sits alone inside A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts, scanning a calendar as he attempts to organize his strenuous travel schedule for May.
Patrick Good’s first season with the East Tennessee State basketball team has been, well, a good one.
Readers, meet the Johnson City Press’ newest reporter, Kenne Medley.
Do you love to sing?
Local physician and photographer Brent Welch was expecting dinner with his family when they took him to Dos Gatos Coffee Bar last weekend for his birthday.
Find out all about Washington County’s Director of Schools.
Washington County/Johnson City EMS A-EMT (advanced emergency medical technician) Sgt. Lee Peace has one more 24-hour shift after today before a welcomed four-day break.