The Washington County/Johnson City Animal Shelter takes in about 5,000 animals a year.
After months of record-breaking rainfall to start the year, Tennessee has suddenly found itself plagued by drought conditions — which may be a harbinger of longer, hotter summers to come.
On a positive note, local government finally has an attorney who appears to appreciate the state’s Sunshine Law.
In fall 2018, organizers at East Tennessee State University registered 300 students to vote across 18 individual events.
Jonesborough’s plan to lease its proposed K-8 school to Washington County would see the town avoid paying any principal payments on the loan until the project is completed.
For children removed from their parents’ care, one of the worst days of their lives is only compounded by having to spend hours stuck in a Department of Children’s Services office.
Regardless of whether Jonesborough’s school plan is approved by Washington County, Director of Schools Bill Flanary is firm in his belief Jonesborough needs a new school.
Washington County could eventually have two new residential developments on its property tax rolls.
In Johnson City and across the country, it was common for doctors to make house calls until the early 1950s.
Editor’s note: The Tennessee Department of Health’s restaurant inspection website failed to list the follow-up inspection for Ole’s Guacamoles in its comprehensive list of published reports. A follow-up was conducted on Jan. 7, the same day
Jun 30, 2019 at 5:59 PM
So far, the housing market in Johnson City and Washington County has been busier in 2019 than in the first five months of 2018.
It’s been more than three years of scheming and squabbling, and parents in Jonesborough still don’t know the fate of their children’s schools.
An electric motor and fan manufacturer plans to invest $37 million and bring 200 jobs to the region.
A quick search on Wikipedia reveals six cities called “Johnson City” in the U.S.
Johnson City resident Theresa Doty received medical bills totaling $204,196 from Johnson City Medical Center after a city-owned tractor collided with a vehicle she was traveling in on April 6, 2017, along Buffalo Road.