There are only two women who work for the Johnson City Fire Department. At 29 years old, Kaitlin Asbury is currently the only female firefighter.
BRISTOL — On a rainy Thursday afternoon, one of the world’s foremost experts in computer ethics sits alone inside A Work of Art Gallery & Gifts, scanning a calendar as he attempts to organize his strenuous travel schedule for May.
Solid Midwestern values brought Bob Goodsell through a one-year tour of Vietnam back home to Nebraska. Living in East Tennessee for the past three decades, he has become a true Southern gentleman.
Friends and metal fans in Houston, Texas, who listened Thursday to his Sweet Nightmares radio show on KPFT 90.1 FM knew him as the Herminator. People here who crave authentic Mexican food know him as the Tennessee Tamale Guy.
When Christopher Forbes takes orders from his boss these days, they come from a familiar voice — just in a different tone.
For Kayla Carter, it took getting away from the Tri-Cities for her to realize how special this region is.
Over the last year, Van Huss has featured as a guest on multiple podcasts and radio shows to talk about his historical research and writing.
Marcia Lovejoy was two years old when she was fitted with her first hearing aid. Her family was living in Alabama and her parents took her to a Birmingham school for the deaf children for the fitting.
When Anne G’Fellers Mason’s first book hit the shelves earlier this month, it was a dream 20 years in the making.
Photography is one of the purest forms of art and Rachel Burrus knows that better than anyone else.
It’s only been six years since former John Lowry retired as Johnson City police chief after a decade in the position, and while things in his life go a little slower these days he’s still a busy man.
At 46 years old, Jonesborough resident Mike Morgan has beat cancer, taught nuclear physics and electrical engineering, coached Little League baseball and served in the Navy.
Georges Chamoun, 37, experienced a different sort of childhood that spurred his interest in constructive communication and value in diplomacy.
Ben Talley, an instructor with the Bristol, Virginia public school system, talks about his career and work as an educator and mentor.
Hunter Gent spent nine months overseas, including four months in Kuwait and five months in Syria.