The Memorial Park Community Center is more than just a senior center, according to Debbie Fogle, senior services manager.
Uniquely positioned to serve as a hub of health and human services for veterans and at risk residents of several surrounding Northeast Tennessee counties, Johnson City’s network of charitable organizations expanded in several key areas in 2018 and are posed to continue that growth in the coming year.
Up for consideration for a place on the National Register of Historic Places, Johnson City’s Gump Addition is believed to be the first planned residential subdivision in the Tri-Cities area.
The Johnson City business community invited the public to a Business and Industry Showcase at the Carnegie Hotel Wednesday to celebrate 150 years of business in Johnson City, and to shine a little light on the future.
When the Tennessee men hit the court in the NCAA basketball tournament on Friday, the Alzheimer’s Association will be online looking for social media images of Vols fans supporting the team in their orange and white Sock Out Alzheimer's Tennessee Socks.
If you think human trafficking is not a rural problem, you may be surprised to learn the crime has been reported in all areas of Tennessee. Crime tracking data shows most trafficking offenses in non-metro areas are committed by a family member of the victim - a parent or an older relative who has sold a young person or even a child for sex.
Johnson City and Washington County Public Library events:
A little more than two weeks away from the expiration of Unicoi County’s contract with MedicOne Medical Response, it appears the county is without a signed contract for future ambulance service.
The Washington County Democratic Party will host a brunch at the Historic Eureka Inn in Jonesborough at 11 a.m. Saturday to celebrate Women’s History Month.
Friends of Johnson City Public Library are gathering in donations of good used books, music, films and other multimedia materials for their annual spring book sale coming up at the end of April.
Washington County Public Library:
In a continuation of its efforts to make a greater impact, the United Way of Washington County in inviting the community to night of stand-up comedy to help combat local child hunger.
March 4 – 9, 2019
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