Thousands of new East Tennessee State University students prepared to part ways from their parents as they moved into their dorms on move-in day Thursday morning.
The Tennessee Department of Health is asking health care providers across the state to report any cases of suspected serious respiratory illness they treat among patients who use electronic cigarettes or other vaping devices.
Live music, festivals, fairs and more.
August closes out and September begins at the Orchard at Altapass with more music and lots of dancing.
The Jonesborough Repertory Theatre is excited to bring Guys and Dolls to their stage Aug 29 through Sept 15. This romantic and engaging musical, set in the 1920s and ‘30s, will take you from the hustle and bustle of Times Square to the dance halls of Havana to the sewers of New York City.
Teachers across Tennessee provided their feedback on everything from job satisfaction to school safety in a recent state survey.
Over the past year, East Tennessee State University student activists like Connor McClelland have been integral in intensifying a campus-wide campaign to raise adjunct professors’ salaries.
There could be yet another change of plans for Johnson City’s middle-grade schools.
Before becoming a certified counselor and clinical trauma and rehabilitation specialist, Tusculum University’s Dr. Michell Temple spent years looking for her calling – helping others.
This month’s column will deviate from my usual theme of “curiosity” so that I can tell you about what feels like a big change in my life — quitting cigarettes.
While Gabriel Simerly was anxiously crossing off the days until graduation, he wondered what was next. About two weeks prior to completing the requirements of his degree in psychology, his path became much clearer.
Researchers at East Tennessee State University recently received a two-year, $148,000 grant through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Grant Program (R03) to study childhood obesity.
East Tennessee State University students will begin to see big savings in textbook and course material costs this fall, thanks to the university’s Open Educational Resources (OER) Awards program.
Mark A. Fulks has been named University Counsel at East Tennessee State University. He replaces longtime ETSU attorney Edward J. Kelly, who is retiring.
Johnson City Schools was among the top 10 districts in math and English, according to the Tennessee Department of Education’s Thursday report on spring 2019 TNReady state assessment results.