Leaders from a local church are asking Johnson City to re-examine a proposal to swap two small parcels of downtown land, both of which are currently used for parking.
Michael Young is the last official graduate of Langston High School.
Though he’s spent decades living in New York City, when John Bowers steps into the King’s Centre Building in downtown Johnson City, he feels right at home.
An approximately 66-lot, single-family-home neighborhood could be coming to an almost 12-acre plot of land in southwest Johnson City.
In the city’s 150th year, Johnson City’s Christmas parade will celebrate its past, present and future.
Nov. 12, 1871: First Christian Church began in the home of William Young at 1117 Cedar Place.
After months of negotiation, Jonesborough expects its K-8 school plan to be finalized by the end of the week, possibly as early as Tuesday.
Over the last 10 years, the Johnson City School System has added roughly 600 students — enough for a large elementary school.
Ballad Health officials say an ongoing $6 million renovation project at Johnson City Medical Center will improve access to the facility and broaden its ability to serve patients with severe medical needs.
Saturday’s Veterans Day parade in Johnson City is one Grand Marshal George Gough won’t forget.
A local private school, which has been trying to relocate for years, has asked Johnson City if it would be interested in purchasing the school’s property on Knob Creek Road.
The Johnson City Commission is setting the stage for the reconstruction of a ministry-operated thrift store decimated by a fire earlier this year.
On an average day, the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter takes in about nine animals, or around 60 per week.
While much of the focus is on downtown Johnson City, the key to unlocking the city’s full economic potential could lie in the mountains — or rather, Buffalo Mountain.
A hub for education and empowerment for members of the local LGBTQ community is opening in the heart of downtown Johnson City.