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While social distancing keeps us away from most human contact, some are turning to their feathered friends for companionship and comfort.
Threatened honey bees, endangered bumblebees, fading butterflies ... we hear alarms all the time about the global decline in pollinators, but does anybody really know how many are out there?
Passersby on Johnson City’s Boyd Street may have seen something unexpected emerge from the woods recently.
Thanks to her creativity and a zoom lens, Johnson City photographer Mitzi Emig is still capturing memories during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
In the midst of social distancing, with gyms closed and groups larger than 10 people discouraged, getting proper exercise can be difficult.
On March 24 and 27, Southern Research Society (SRS) Paranormal will visit Tipton-Haynes Historic Site.
A Johnson City photographer’s book of wildlife photography will help protect the animals he’s admired and used as subjects in some of his best shots.
Art lovers, get ready for Jonesborough’s exclusive fundraising event of the year.
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.
Daisy Duke loves to play football and she’s getting pretty good at it.