As the year ends, it’s time to pay respects to the forgotten projects.
East Tennessee State University Professor Dr. Elwood Watson hopes his latest book will encourage a frank, yet civil, discussion of race relations in America as we struggle to recognize our country’s identity.
Over the last 150 years, downtown Johnson City has gone through several transformations, from a small railroad outpost to a bustling center of commerce to a ghost town to a historic small business district.
Despite a baptism by fire into Christian mission work, evangelist Stephen McKay has been trying to spread Christianity to people all over the world for more than a decade.
Three small business owners, thankful for their stations in life, hope to pay it forward this Thanksgiving by serving dozens of dinners to people who need them.
On Nov. 1, flyers with the phrase “It’s Okay To Be White” were posted across East Tennessee State University’s Johnson City campus, including on a memorial to the first five black students admitted to the college after school segregation was ruled unconstitutional.
This time of the year, a leisurely drive over the mountains can bring a vibrant pop of color.
If you’ve visited Johnson City’s largest hotel in the last 34 years, you’ve probably seen Charlotte Sims and her smile.
Like the insect in Aesop’s Fables that stored away food while the grasshopper spent the summer singing, I’ve been busy.
Every dog has its day, but a Morristown dog now has a full month.