Scoop Fest is returning to Tennessee's oldest town Saturday from 4-7 p.m. The event will offer a variety of over 30 flavors of ice cream to sample throughout Main Street shops and eateries along with family-friendly activities for all. Tastings include flavors that range from traditional to unexpectedly delicious and everything in between.
Get a free popsicle and a discount on classes Saturday from 2-6 p.m. at the McKinney Center, 103 Franklin Ave., Jonesborough, during its Fall Open House and class demonstrations.
In a building that once hosted the cogs of Jonesborough’s government, Mill Spring Makers Market has opened its doors to creators in the region and shoppers looking for a unique medley of local goods from soap to chairs.
The walking event will launch Saturday at the Johnson City and Jonesborough farmers’ market locations, and those interested register for free at the market information booth.
Dozens of vintage radio enthusiasts from across the country converged on Jonesborough's Storybook Farm Saturday morning to learn more about resurrecting the technology that once dominated mass communication decades ago.
For the past 289 years, the Rees-Hawley House has been perched on a hill overlooking Jonesborough and remains one of the longest-standing structures in Tennessee’s oldest town.
Jonesborough officials further discussed the details of a compensation plan proposed by Mayor Chuck Vest on June 22 during the board’s second reading of the 2018-19 budget Monday.
For 20 years in Jonesborough, town-goers have packed their car trunks with a few lawn chairs and set up camp at their usual spot for Music on the Square to relax and relish the live music.
A Jonesborough man charged with domestic assault told a judge Friday that he was only trying to keep the woman he was accused of assaulting from driving because she was intoxicated.
Erwin and Jonesborough are among 15 East Tennessee communities that will receive a $25,000 grant to build a dog park.
Doing small things can sometimes make a big difference.
Elihu Embree published The Emancipator from April 1820 until his death that October.
One month after moving forward with a bid on three new buildings including the new town garage, members of the Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen and town staff discussed whether the project will fit within the monetary constraints set earlier this year.
On Monday afternoon, locals flocked to downtown Jonesborough during the first day of Dulcimer Days, a weeklong festival devoted to celebrating and appreciating this rustic folk instrument through workshops and live music.
Monday kicks off the third annual Dulcimer Days, now a weeklong celebration of the instrument that helped shaped the sound of the mountain South.