The Student Veterans Association at East Tennessee State University and Mountain Empire Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America will co-host the annual Maj. Stephen T. Sharar Run for the Dogs 5K on Saturday, Oct. 20.
“Graveyard” is the theme for October in East Tennessee State University’s “Re-Generation: A Johnson City Story Slam” series.
Milligan College will host its 2018 Homecoming celebration on Oct. 26 and 27, welcoming alumni back to the campus to join students and members of the campus community in the annual parade, 5K run/walk and music and theater performances.
This year’s theme was “One Giant Leap for Buc Pride.”
For anyone interested in enrolling in Medicare Part D, student groups from East Tennessee State University’s Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy are hosting several Saturday events in Johnson City.
“Kayumanggi: Post-Colonial Filipinx,” a group exhibition featuring Filipina/o and Filipinx-American artists, will be on display at Tipton Gallery in downtown Johnson City until Oct. 26.
Ballad Health officially opened its new Health resources Center Friday morning after leaving behind its old location in The Mall at Johnson City in June.
Marsh Regional Blood Center announced blood drives at the following locations in a Friday press release.
“Up the Gravel Road: Arrowmont’s Artists-in-Residence” is on display at East Tennessee State University’s Slocumb Galleries through Oct. 19.
The story is familiar, but the upcoming production of “Jack and the Beanstalk” presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance at East Tennessee State University will have its own unique touches, including a beanstalk made of aerial silks and magic beans that are not stage props but actual people.
In preparation for President Donald Trump’s visit to Freedom Hall Civic Center, Johnson City Schools will dismiss early on Monday, Oct. 1.
Graduate students in East Tennessee State University’s Storytelling and Communication Studies programs this fall are enjoying a newly revised curriculum that will help them develop skills applicable in a wide segment of the job market.
The first talk in this academic year’s Leading Voices in Public Health Lecture series hosted by East Tennessee State University’s College of Public Health will take place Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 6 p.m. at the Millennium Centre in Johnson City.
As Johnson City gets set for the first LGBTQ parade and festival of its kind in the region, organizers have been prepared for negative backlash from religious fundamentalists and from far-right organizations.
Local resident Christy Oaks, 29, has played a key role in helping organize volunteers for the upcoming TriPride Parade and Festival, which is set to begin Saturday at noon.