You don’t have to look far in Johnson City to find blighted property.
As Johnson City’s longest-tenured commissioner, Jenny Brock was a natural choice for to become the city’s 79th mayor when her fellow commissioners unanimously selected her Thursday night.
A choice between your job, your marriage or your child’s life is really no choice at all.
Given the overwhelming margin of victory Tennessee Gov.-elect Bill Lee enjoyed in November, you’d think most Republicans were pretty happy with their nominee.
Votes by political entities in the region opposing Ballad Health's reorganization ignore reality. They express a desire to keep regional hospital services much as they are, when status quo has been shown to be unsustainable.
Anybody have a clown car handy?
It’s one of those common sense things we wouldn’t think we’d have to say, like “wash your hands after going to the restroom,” or “the other people in this movie theater aren’t interested in your telephone conversation about fantasy football.” But some people apparently haven’t quite picked up on the very clear message.
When electronic cigarettes came on the scene, they were billed as a tobacco alternative — a way for nicotine addicts to get the fix while avoiding the harmful effects of inhaling tobacco smoke.
As the nation observes its annual day of thanks, we asked some members of the Johnson City Press staff to share why they are thankful.
As you sit down with loved ones for your Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, please remember that not every family shares such a bountiful table during the holidays — or any day of the year for that matter.
Most people reserve space on their refrigerators for family stuff — pictures of the kids, drawings and paintings from school art classes, soccer schedules, phone numbers and such.
Things are a lot quieter in Johnson City these days. At least they are if you’re driving south along Interstate 26 East.
We’ve lost count of how many demonstrations have taken place at Founders Park.
As the nation honors its veterans again today, some of us will fly a flag outside our homes, attend a commemorative event, listen to speeches or post thanks on social media.
This is no "pie in the sky" proposition. And it is far from being a Ponzi scheme, as critics often falsely label such environmental offsets. Many communities across this country and other nations are currently reaping financial and environmental rewards from such projects.