Two longstanding Jonesborough holiday traditions have been combined into one event full of colors, spirit, history and, of course, a four-course meal.
ELIZABETHTON — “Life sometimes has some curious circles,” Johnny Mills said Tuesday morning after he handed a rosary to Charlotte Dugger.
ELIZABETHTON — Once again it is the season to pay a call on Col. John Carter and his son, Landon, and offer them the greetings of the season.
An announcement was boldly printed in the Johnson City Chronicle for June 14-19, 1926, for the Majestic Theatre that was once situated at 239 E. Main St. The manager was George W. Keys; he resided at 105 E. Watauga Ave.
Readers Dicky and Vista Clark recently came across more than 200 of the gems, which were created to celebrate the Johnson City Press’ 40th anniversary in 1974. The newspaper is now 83 years old.
ELIZABETHTON — Sabine Hill, one of the most important early houses in Tennessee, is now open to the public thanks to an
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KINGSPORT — The Tri Cities Civil War Round Table will host Civil War speaker, historian, tour guide, author and preservationist, Edwin Cole Bearss, as its guest speaker on Monday, Nov. 13.
There was a time when people were introduced to their favorite radio actors, which let them hear, but not see them. When the 1940s-’50s transpired, we were able to visualize on television the folks we had listened to perhaps for years on radio.
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Tom Vaughn of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association believes the war would’ve been lost without the efforts of the Overmountain Men.
The Langston High School preservation group is now authorized to launch a $500,000 fundraising campaign that will supplement the $1.8 million Johnson City leaders already set aside to renovate Johnson City’s first African-American public school.
ELIZABETHTON — After five years of restoration work, Sabine Hill is now open for guided tours, just in time for the home's 200th birthday next year.
Joe Goodpasture recently sent me some cherished memories of growing up in Johnson City's Tree Streets and attending South Side School and East Tennessee State College.
The Appalachian District Fair has come and gone again this year without my participation. In my younger days, I never missed a visit to it. I have warmhearted memories of my annual visits to the fair.
With the help of an experienced grant writer, the Langston High School preservation group has crafted a coordinated plan for raising $500,000, which members hope to combine with public monies to finance renovations at the old African-American
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