The ceremonial signing of the document comes after the County Commission voted on Oct. 28 to approve a 40-year lease-purchase agreement with the town to finance and construct the project.
ELIZABETHTON — The day of protecting the community started earlier than scheduled for Lt. Travis Ludlow of the Carter County Sheriff’s Department on Friday.
MEMPHIS — The daughter of a man executed 13 years ago for murder does not have legal standing to seek DNA testing of evidence in the case, a Memphis judge ruled Monday, but the judge also said the ruling wasn’t based on the merits of the claims.
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WASHINGTON — Eight witnesses. Five hearings. Three days.
NASHVILLE — A Tennessee man says he wants an overhaul of a school program that killed the emu he hatched with his late wife.
FRESNO, Calif. — Police searched Monday for two assailants who sneaked into a backyard party in Fresno and opened fire while a small crowd watched football on television. Four people were killed and six wounded.
DETROIT — More than 800 rear-seat passengers who weren’t wearing seat belts were killed last year in U.S. traffic crashes, and a highway safety group says states aren’t making enough progress in getting people to buckle up.
Workplace burnout is something we’ve all experienced at some point at most of the jobs we’ve worked.
Step back into the 1940s with Jonesborough Repertory Theatre’s radio station, WJRT, as the theatre presents the annual 1940s USO Christmas Show.
The Jonesborough StoryTown Initiative will present a brand-new play based on stories drawn from local community members.
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Nov. 18, 1886: The young men of Johnson City were organizing a rollerskating club. They had leased the first floor of the old Austin factory building and were refitted it for rink purposes.
ELIZABETHTON — Hey, the Elizabethton/Carter County Chamber of Commerce is not done “hosting” some of Elizabethton’s most iconic events.
Michael Young is the last official graduate of Langston High School.
Though he’s spent decades living in New York City, when John Bowers steps into the King’s Centre Building in downtown Johnson City, he feels right at home.