The East Tennessee Youth Ballet and Academy gave a small performance in the Banes and Noble book store on Sunday for a fundraiser that ssts all week.
personal experience drives citizens out to the streets to advocate for the legalization of marijuana for medical purposes at a cannabis rally Saturday at the corner of State of Franklin Road and University Parkway.
Fusion: Multicultural Shocase is an annual event organized by the ETSU Office of Multicultural Affairs, and is a show with traditional fashions and cultural talents from different countries and ethnicities demonstrated by students all in one night.
Ballad Health announces new chief human resources officer: Deborah Dover has been tapped to serve as Ballad Health's new chief human resources officer and senior vice president of talent engagement. Dover joins the company with
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The 13th Annual Chemists and Girl Scouts Celebrate Earth Week exposes the Girl Scouts to chemistry in a very hands-on way. This even is sponsored by the Northeast Tennessee Chapter of the American Chemical Society and organized with the Girl Scouts of Southern Appalachians with help from various regional organizations and ETSU.
Rocky Mount Historic Site celebrated the arrival of the spring season by shearing their flock of Cotswold sheep and showing off their new site improvements.
Pitches and Pints is hosted by local non-profit Startup Tri-Cities and will take place at April 11 at 6 p.m. at VENUE at the King’s Centre in downtown Johnson City.
History came to life on Sunday Aril 8 at the Jonesborough/Washington County History Museum in Jonesborough during the Heritage Alliance’s production of the original play, “I Have Been in the Front Line Trenches and in No Man's Land.”
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Over 80 percent of the breweries represented at Saturday’s Thirsty Orange Brew Extravaganza are within 200 miles of Johnson City. Attendees could taste brews from places as large as Ballast Point Brewing Company or as small as Johnson City’s own Little Animals Brewery.