Could regionalism finally be taking hold between Washington and Sullivan counties?
This year’s Veterans Stand Down at Johnson City’s Carver Recreation Center introduced us to Navy veteran David Black. His circumstances were all too familiar.
Bitter rancor dominating national politics grew into all-out verbal war over the last two weeks, as Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the nation’s highest court cemented the divisions in Washington and more importantly the public.
With all the attention focused on Tennessee’s U.S. Senate race, voters easily could let interest wane in the state’s other essential contest.
Washington County’s Board of Education made two key decisions Tuesday night, both of which should have occurred more than two years ago.
Tupelo Honey Cafe closed this week four years after marking a new age for downtown Johnson City’s redevelopment, but its departure also tells us just how much downtown has matured in the interim.
Congratulations, Johnson City. For the second time in less than one month, you’ve demonstrated just how mostly civil you can be during a high-profile, hot-button event with large crowds.
Dear President Trump:
People still want to join this great experiment we call America. That was never more evident than a week ago today when 97 people took their U.S. citizenship oaths at East Tennessee State University.
After 13 years of teaching special education, Randy Cook isn’t ready to leave the classroom.
What a shame it is that the exercise of free speech and assembly requires a major police presence like the one downtown Johnson City experienced a week ago today.
Johnson City never has particularly excelled at preserving historic buildings.
If Johnson City has ever had a white elephant, it’s the John Sevier Center.
We have two pieces of advice for our commissioners as they scan the community for candidates.
Five years after receiving a prognosis that might defeat even the strongest among us, Josh Wandell continues to wow us with his determination.