Little Bellas, a national mentoring and biking program for girls, will hold sessions this spring at Johnson City’s Winged Deer Park. It’s one of only 42 local programs in 16 states.
The internet can help with any project. Use it.
East Tennessee State University Professor Dr. Elwood Watson hopes his latest book will encourage a frank, yet civil, discussion of race relations in America as we struggle to recognize our country’s identity.
Three small business owners, thankful for their stations in life, hope to pay it forward this Thanksgiving by serving dozens of dinners to people who need them.
There is just something about a bow tie that screams enthusiasm. Unfortunately, it is an optimism that is often limited to the person wearing one.
This time of the year, a leisurely drive over the mountains can bring a vibrant pop of color.
My palms begin to sweat as I cross the threshold.
If you’ve visited Johnson City’s largest hotel in the last 34 years, you’ve probably seen Charlotte Sims and her smile.
Like the insect in Aesop’s Fables that stored away food while the grasshopper spent the summer singing, I’ve been busy.
Every dog has its day, but a Morristown dog now has a full month.
Telling stories is about stitching together experiences, and visitors to this year’s National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough can take home their own stitched-together pieces to help them tell others about their visit.
Sometimes kids can be so unappreciative.
An art exhibit in Jonesborough will help improve the lives of women in East Tennessee and showcase area artists.
As the nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, Johnson City architect Uwe Rothe is reminiscing on his special connection to the historic spaceflight — his dad.
“The Tri-City Beverage Story: A History of Dr. Enuf and Mountain Dew in Johnson City” will be on display at the Reece Museum at East Tennessee State University beginning July 22 and continuing through Sept. 30 as part of Johnson City’s Sesquicentennial celebration.