Two children and their families spoke about how they were helped by the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals campaign Monday morning at Niswonger Children Hospital.
Science Hill High School and Liberty Bell Middle School now have new drop-off and pick-up plans.
For the third year in a row, Elizabethton City Schools, East River Park Christian Church, Carter County Health Department and the Elizabethton Police Department teamed up to bring together a huge community event to prepare students in the area for the first day of school.
As the 2018-19 school year rapidly approaches, some incoming teachers are getting ready for their first day as Johnson City Schools educators.
In less than three weeks, students at both Washington County Schools and Johnson City Schools will begin their first day of the 2018-19 school year on Aug. 6. For some, this upcoming school year will be their first taste of a public school environment as they enter a kindergarten class for the first time.
The Tri-Cities have already had three drownings and four near-drownings this swimming season, so Niswonger Children’s Hospital has released tips to parents and guardians to ensure that little ones stay safe in the water.
Most sociologists and psychologists today appear to have reached a consensus that “spanking” children is harmful to psychological and social development, yet the majority of people I’ve discussed the subject with insist that doing so is the only true way to “discipline” a child.
Residents in the Tri-Cities can expect temperatures to remain in the mid-80s to low 90s for the next 10 days, with no day’s humidity below 61 percent.
Michael’s, together with the Starlight Children’s Foundation, donated four mobile gaming centers to Niswonger Tuesday morning.
In my last column, I touched on the curiosity of children and their willingness to learn new things rapidly, and it got me thinking about when I tried to relearn Farsi a few years ago.
A recent report by the Comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability said more needs to be done to protect the state’s students from sexual misconduct by faculty members.
Are you experiencing a fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headaches and/or fatigue? If so, you’re not alone.
Santa made a stop in Johnson City Monday afternoon to visit the Boys and Girls Club of Johnson City, where the organization held its annual after-school Christmas Celebration.
As the mother of a son with autism, Amy Lowe noticed that her son was struggling in the public school system, so she sought to establish an alternative learning center for children on the spectrum. That’s how the Jeremiah School was born in 2015.
Mothers in need have children in need. A national study found that one in three families struggle to afford diapers for their children.