Hundreds marched through downtown Johnson City on Monday to show unity in the community, while honoring the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and “bringing awareness” to the area’s black community.
Since her son’s mysterious death in October 2006, Sharon Shade’s life has been “hell.”
On Oct. 7, 2006, Gordon Banner II left home for a night out.
Amber Riddle is looking to turn a devastating loss into an opportunity to create “meaningful change.”
Martin Luther King Jr. Day may not be until Monday, but Saturday’s prayer breakfast at Memorial Park Community Center gave people an opportunity to reflect on King’s legacy while looking forward to the future with their community ahead of the
Jan 18, 2020 at 8:00 PM
On Jan. 17, 1920, the 18th Amendment — commonly known as the Prohibition Amendment — took effect in the United States, banning the production and sale of all types of alcohol.
Owner Stephen Callahan said getting approval on the expansions was “huge,” but it “won’t be the ultimate production facility,” noting it’ll probably sustain the company for another year before it looks to expand further.
JONESBOROUGH — The Jonesborough Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the addition of two community members to the design committee for the town’s K-8 school project.
Originally from Georgia, Stacie Williams has lived in Johnson City long enough to consider herself a local.
Joey Van Meenen is in the fight of his life, but the “happy go-lucky” tattoo artist and painter is not alone as he goes through it.