Recreational facilities operated by the City of Johnson City will likely remain closed at least until Gov. Bill Lee issues new orders allowing them to reopen.
For 19 years, a “whites only” swimming pool occupied the land near King Creek and Jackson Street.
Local youth gathered at Carver Recreation Center Monday morning in Johnson City to celebrate and honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and his tireless struggle against injustice through their annual Martin Luther King Jr. Story Time event.
Though they had to brave wind, rain and long lines to get into Memorial Park Community Center, parents weren’t going to let that stop them from giving their children a fun and enjoyable Halloween.
To help organizations that assist the estimated 10,000 9/11 responders who have been diagnosed with cancer and other serious illnesses caused by exposure to toxic chemicals at ground zero, Charity Share Times Square wants to put your face or the face of someone you love up in lights on New York’s most recognized intersection.
Wreaths Across America is conducting a Giving in July campaign as a reminder that the opportunity to honor veterans buried at National Cemeteries across the county during the holiday season continues all year.
Carver Recreation Center is preparing to celebrate its 60th year of service to the community with a week-long series of anniversary events planned for Sept. 16 - 22.
Carver Recreation Center is inviting the community to celebrate the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in a series of events to set to begin on Saturday.
Carver Recreation Center is planning special unity event to meld the academic and athletic heritage of Johnson City’s final segregation era high school and the school that absorbed it.
Here are some diversity and service events to help commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Congress designated the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday a National Day of Service in 1994 to encourage Americans to honor the slain civil rights leader through volunteer service to others.
The name of the scholarship has grown and so has the number of students it’s helped.
Robert Hall Jr. will put his undefeated record on the line and Roy King Jr. will attempt to extend a four-bout winning streak this Saturday night when Carver Recreation Center hosts a professional boxing card.
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The Spring Fling boxing championships are set for Saturday evening at Carver Recreation Center.