For educators, attention is always focused on the future.
The Tri-Cities' two largest hospital systems, Wellmont Health System and Mountain States Health Alliance, are now history.
As the chief executive officer of Niswonger Children’s Hospital, Lisa Carter does a lot more than just make sure the hospital is operating at its best. She is also responsible for strategic planning for growth and development of the hospital.
You don’t have to be Martha Stewart to get acquainted with a first-class kitchen.
For decades, Johnson City and East Tennessee State University had been talking about an arts center. Most people will tell you that the talks began in the 1980s, but some say that they heard whispers as far back as the 1960s.
While Johnson City’s underground local music scene may not be in the middle of a national spotlight, its eclectic variety of musicians and bands spanning across multiple genres makes it a center of artistic expression in Central Appalachia.
ELIZABETHTON — There has been cooperation between the Carter County Parks and Recreation Board and the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department during the past few years, but a new endeavor by the county to establish a community park at the
Mar 26, 2018 at 11:15 AM
The clock is ticking for international investors to get enough commitments to fund the construction of a sports science research facility in Johnson City.
Area high school sports could look quite different when the new Sullivan County school opens.
Not since it was first constructed over a century ago has Johnson City’s first African American school undergone a
Updated Mar 19, 2018 at 2:18 PM
For kids who grow up in church, leaving has become less of an exception and more of a rule.
Just like businesses and educational institutions, emergency services in Johnson City and Washington County are continuously looking for ways to improve and incorporate new technology into their daily functions.
With the expiration of Unicoi County’s contract with MedicOne Medical Response a little more than a year away and emergency responders and government leaders across the county expressing continuing dissatisfaction with company’s performance, a change in the county’s ambulance providers is pending.
Career Readiness often leads to good jobs, which can be seen just a couple of hours away from the Tri-Cities.
The Johnson City Housing Authority’s reconstruction of the 60-year-old Dunbar Housing Development will get underway this month and continue over the next year.