Haven’t gotten your flu shot yet? Tuesday will be a good day to go get it. What makes Tuesday so special? The shots for you and your entire family will be free.
A Johnson City teenager allegedly involved in a home invasion this summer was indicted by a Washington County grand jury on charges related to the incident.
East Tennessee State’s football team finally closed a game thanks to a record-setting performance by Quay Holmes, and there were finally smiles on the Bucs’ sideline.
Dustin Long will be a longshot Saturday in Las Vegas.
Johnson City police sought the public’s help Sunday following a shooting at a Boones Creek hotel Saturday night.
A local 1901 Johnson City newspaper displayed a bold headline on April 20, 1900 stating, "Not Later Than June 1."
Not much is known about Mrs. Malinda Russell, but as the Tennessee State Museum found out, it’s hard to tell the story of Tennessee’s culinary history and culture without her.
Megan Cullen Tewell and other leaders of the grassroots organization are asking Washington County commissioners to fund $300,000 to replace a leaking roof that threatens the stability of the historic and architecturally-significant building.
Every person who calls Johnson City home should commit these names to memory: Eugene Caruthers, George Nichols, Luellen Wagner, Elizabeth Crawford and Clarence McKinney.
When you are 13 and living in a teeny town, you go where the people are or risk standing alone. In eighth grade, I joined the track team, not because I loved running but because my friends had joined.
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, became the latest cosponsor of a bipartisan law that aims to designate all types of fentanyl as schedule 1 narcotics on Thursday.
Nov. 17, 1877: W.G. Barker was elected secretary of the Science Hill Literary Society.
We asked with a previous Question of the Week what Johnson City should do with the former Keefauver property. Here are some of the responses we received.
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.
Pease was again wounded in combat, receiving his second Purple Heart, but this time the Army discovered he was only 15 years old. He was reduced to private and sent back to the United States.