Nine candidates have applied to fill the remaining two-year term of former Johnson City Commissioner Ralph Van Brocklin, who died unexpectedly last month.
Construction has officially started on the $2.3 million renovation of Johnson City’s oldest African-American school, Langston High School.
Once considered a “pipe dream,” the proposal to build a sports science research facility in Johnson City appears to be materializing.
On June 29, 2007, the Johnson City Commission voted to officially adopted its own “code of ethics,” as required by the Tennessee General Assembly’s passage of the Comprehensive Governmental Ethics Reform Act of 2006.
Johnson City leaders officially notified Washington County Tuesday evening that the city is no longer interested in partnering to build athletic fields beside the new Boones Creek school.
Intelligence the Federal Bureau of Investigation shared with the Johnson City Police Department about potential protests and disruptions at last weekend’s pro-LGBTQ TriPride Festival prompted one of the largest police presences ever for a
Updated Sep 17, 2018 at 10:30 PM
A years-long effort to rename a street in Johnson City after Martin Luther King Jr. bore fruit Friday morning when local, state and community leaders unveiled a sign designating a section of North State of Franklin Road as the Martin Luther King
Sep 14, 2018 at 11:59 PM
The city of Johnson City, along with state lawmakers and local NAACP leaders, will unveil signage on Friday that designates the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Parkway along North State of Franklin Road.
The unexpected death of Johnson City Commissioner Ralph Van Brocklin left a void on the City Commission, as well as in the hearts of those who knew him.
More than 60 neighbors, many riding golf carts, attended the meeting to share their concerns, suggestions and learn more about the city’s plan to remove topsoil from the golf course.
Johnson City residents had another chance Tuesday to add their thoughts to the mix as the city considers projects at King Commons Park to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary in 2019.
Johnson City isn’t actually seeing as much infill development compared to other localities, according to Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors’ President Aaron Taylor.
Johnson City citizens will have an opportunity provide direct feedback next week on the proposed sesquicentennial projects.
State Sen. Rusty Crowe announced Thursday that the city of Johnson City, the town of Unicoi and the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy in Carter County will receive $648,000 in grants from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation to fund outdoor recreational projects.
A time capsule was buried at Science Hill High School in August 1969 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the city’s charter. Commissioners planning the city’s upcoming 150th celebration want to dig it up and share its contents with the public. The problem, they said, is deciding on the right time and place to do that.