Michael Young is the last official graduate of Langston High School.
Though he’s spent decades living in New York City, when John Bowers steps into the King’s Centre Building in downtown Johnson City, he feels right at home.
Not much is known about Mrs. Malinda Russell, but as the Tennessee State Museum found out, it’s hard to tell the story of Tennessee’s culinary history and culture without her.
Johnson City Police believe the man whose body was found underneath an overpass in Johnson City fell to his death while “tagging” the overpass.
Jonesborough is expanding.
After months of negotiation, Jonesborough expects its K-8 school plan to be finalized by the end of the week, possibly as early as Tuesday.
“Happiness is a medical school” read the headline of the Johnson City Press-Chronicle’s March 17, 1974, edition — marking the beginning of a new era for East Tennessee State University and Northeast Tennessee.
Saturday’s Veterans Day parade in Johnson City is one Grand Marshal George Gough won’t forget.
For state Sen. Rusty Crowe, Veterans Day is personal, and celebrating it at East Tennessee State University makes it even more significant.
On an average day, the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter takes in about nine animals, or around 60 per week.