We doubt anyone seriously expected a new Washington County Board of Education to resolve the never-ending Jonesborough school building debate in its first meeting.
Our readers share their thoughts on gas tax proposals, the late Sen. John McCain and keeping young professionals in the area.
Growing up, I used to gaze at the night sky and wonder what type of lifeforms, if any, were out in the distant cosmos.
How many years in a row would you have to do something to call it a tradition? Three? Five? Maybe 10?
One of the many things we love about our Mystery Diner is his willingness to venture off the beaten path and away from the usual suspects.
With county elections over and officers sworn in, the newly elected officials can now get down to the business the voters sent them to do.
“Including the experiences and contributions of African-Americans in the teaching of American History is not political correctness. It is historical correctness” — Dr. Bill Smith.
We have lots of relatives in positions in the White House. Real close relatives. Three of President Trump’s children and his son-in-law now occupy key advisory positions to the President.
Our readers sound off on the state’s requirement to post the national motto in schools and the region’s shining example of renewable energy adoption.
Would Tennesseans be ready to accept more hikes in gas taxes so soon after the last one?
Our readers share their thoughts on school dress codes, Rep. Phil Roe’s safety and feline problems.
Newly expanded to two more Johnson City elementary schools, Coalition for Kids will kick off another year of after school and evening programming for Johnson City school children on Tuesday. With room to grow and plans to continue tis expansion, the coalition will be building on its momentum tonight at its annual Southeastern Conference football season kickoff at Holiday Inn.
After both Blue Plum and Little Chicago were hampered by heavy rains this summer, festival enthusiasts finally got to enjoy perfect weather for a downtown Johnson City festival last weekend.
Our readers sent in their opinions about Rep. Phil Roe’s safety concerns, the “fake news” cycle, the Millennium Centre’s sale and the public library’s reading program.
Having to be particular about the sodium content in what I eat every day, it is pleasant to find a restaurant that doesn’t make a big deal out of my request for either “No” or “Low” salt on what I’ve ordered. Though you’d think I’d be more likely
Aug 27, 2018 at 8:00 AM