Sam Teague included a note for the next thieves, asking them to reconsider the theft of Jesus because, "We love him and the real Jesus loves us."
Most like to imagine the Christmas gifts they buy for others are useful and appreciated, but not all gifts are well-received.
The Johnson City Fire Department visited Niswonger Children’s Hospital to spread Christmas cheer to children who spent the holiday away from their homes.
In an era when Christmas is often associated with consumerism and commercialism, some believe the true meaning of the holiday has been obscured.
Though the holidays bring joy and cheer to many, they can also lead to stress and aggression behind the wheel — especially when people are rushing to get last-minute gifts or hurrying to Christmas events with family and friends.
Merry Christmas! The Johnson City Press went looking for holiday decorations and found some beautiful outdoor displays. We also asked readers to send us pics of their Christmas trees. How about you? Have some photos to share of your holiday bling?
Niswonger Children’s Hospital needs Christmas toy donations for patients like 3-year-old leukemia patient Micah Delano, who spent last Christmas at the hospital instead of his home.
Almost 8000 wreaths were places on headstones at Mountain Home National Cemetery in Johnson City on Saturday, meant to remember and honor those who served in the military who have died.
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A mother and father fighting through cancer treatments with their toddler son hope hundreds of donated toys they collected will make other sick children’s holidays brighter.
The smiles that will come on Christmas morning will be a bit bigger thanks to the smiles that filled Tracy Hoilman’s room at Science Hill last week as the final bows went on 508 wrapped presents.
Santa made a stop in Johnson City Monday afternoon to visit the Boys and Girls Club of Johnson City, where the organization held its annual after-school Christmas Celebration.
The Boy Scouts Christmas tree lot in Johnson City’s Old Kiwanis Park was nearly empty Thursday, with only a handful of off-kilter trees leaned against each other under bare-bulb strings of lights.
With Christmas around the corner, law enforcement agencies in the region are urging locals to keep an eye out for scams.
Festivities are on the agenda for the month of December, and things kick off this weekend with several events in Johnson City, Jonesborough and Elizabethton to get in gear for the holiday season.