The Johnson City Board of Education was named School Board of the Year by the Tennessee School Board Association for the second time, after receiving the honor in 2011.
Caroline Peccia, a 6th-grader at Indian Trail Intermediate School, emailed the Johnson City Press to teach us about herself and some of her experiences within the Johnson City Schools system.
The world’s most famous sleuth will tackle one of his greatest cases as East Tennessee State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery,” Nov. 15-18.
East Tennessee State University’s Women’s Studies Program has announced Drs. Kelly Atkins and Jodi Polaha (Jones) as the 2018 recipients of the Notable Women of ETSU Award.
The Entrepreneurs’ Club at East Tennessee State University will welcome guest speaker Louie Gump at its meeting on Monday, Nov. 12, at 5 p.m. in Sam Wilson Hall, room 322.
Dr. Brian Noland, president of East Tennessee State University, has been elected to the board of directors for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).
A Veterans Day Ceremony will be held on the campus of East Tennessee State University on Monday, Nov. 12, at 11 a.m. to honor and remember those who have served their country through military service.
Students at four Washington County schools could be affected by a proposed rezoning of school boundaries in the north portion of the county.
Liberty Bell Middle School officials announced Wednesday that they will start their Chromebook deployment from Nov. 13 to 15.
Paula Treece narrowly defeated Kenneth “Herb” Greenlee in this year’s Johnson City Board of Education election to fill the vacancy left after former Board Member Stacie Torbett’s midterm resignation.
ELIZABEHTON — The new members of the Carter County Commission’s Education Committee got an earful Monday night from Kevin Ward, director of the Carter County School System.
Paul E. Singer Foundation scholar Dr. Rachel Fish will speak on “The Arab-Israeli Conflict” at East Tennessee State University on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. in the Brown Hall auditorium.
Shortly before Monday’s Johnson City Board of Education meeting, board members and district officials hosted a reception for John Hunter and Richard Manahan to honor their time on the board. The two are set to leave the board shortly after Tuesday's
Shortly before Monday’s Johnson City Board of Education meeting, board members and district officials hosted a reception for John Hunter and Richard Manahan to honor their time on the board.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton High School Betsy Band completed another very successful year of band competition on Saturday with a second-place finish in the Tennessee Division II State Marching Band Championship in Smyrna.