Upcoming events in the region.
The East Tennessee Department of Public Safety welcomed its new therapy dog to campus this week, and after hundreds of suggestions from the ETSU community, she finally has a new name – Pepper.
Science Hill senior Madison Howard is already a master clarinetist who can play several other instruments. She has big aspirations, and she’s already working on making them happen.
Dr. Joel Hillhouse, associate dean for research in East Tennessee State University’s College of Public Health, has co-authored an editorial that challenges the tanning bed industry’s attempts to change the conversation about the dangers of tanning bed use.
Do A Grouch A Favor Day falls on Feb. 16. The following day is Random Acts of Kindness Day.
The Tennessee State Board of Education hosted a conference call Thursday morning to give a preliminary look at the results of the 2019 Educator Preparation Report Card.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has discovered a new scam in the local area that involves extorting registered sex offenders.
More than two dozen Johnson City Schools teachers received surprise grants from the Johnson City Public School Foundation Thursday to fund additions to their classrooms and new lesson materials.
Live music, yoga, gala and more.
Liberty Bell Middle School eighth grader Bianca Cielo came out on top at Wednesday’s annual Johnson City Schools Spelling Bee after early eliminations when students misspelled “creak,” “bizarre,” and “facade.”