Dr Shahram Malik completed his residency training at East Tennessee State University in 2009.
Mitziann Stiltner, an 11th-grade English instructor at Science Hill, has been a teacher for 16 years now, but she’s never had to adjust her teaching methods as much as recently.
Anne G’Fellers-Mason is executive director of the Heritage Alliance of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia in Jonesborough.
WETS - FM is doing some things a little differently now because of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
For years, Josh Reynolds has had an interest in building things and seeing the results of his labor come together.
Though he’s about to head back out on tour, Will Hoge’s heart is in Nashville.
Dr. Scott Hummel officially began his tenure as Tusculum University’s new president Monday to succeed Dr. Greg Nelson, who served as acting president since August.
Science Hill senior Madison Howard is already a master clarinetist who can play several other instruments. She has big aspirations, and she’s already working on making them happen.
Jones, who is an associate professor of psychology at East Tennessee State University, will have her story featured in the new original play, “Life Lines.”
Your blessings will not come with monetary reward, but with your heart swelling with pride as you see those “lightbulb moments” in the eyes of children.
Carol Sloan of Johnson City has turned her passion and talents for fundraising into a career. She exercises those skills daily in her role at East Tennessee State University’s medical school.
Kate Craig, who is a leader of the Washington County Democratic Party, believes here are many ways to get involved in the local community and politics.
After attending the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists over the summer, Science Hill senior Ekeminiabasi Eno-Ekefre confirmed his longtime dream of going into the medical field.
Chuck Winchester recently returned to the States after being stationed overseas with the U.S. Army, where he got a chance to experience different cultures and learn more about his current work as a mechanic.
Anita Hodges Taylor was elected to a four-year term as a state Republican Executive Committeewoman in 2018, representing Carter, Unicoi and Washington counties.