Kayla Carter grew up in Kingsport, where she attended Sullivan South High School. She is an alumna of Northeast State Community College and East Tennessee State University.
Charles Carter is a longtime Spanish teacher at Science Hill High School who oversees the Youth Ambassadors Program, which has welcomed students from Latin American countries to Science Hill since 2004.
Circuit Court Clerk Brenda Downes has spent her entire adult life trying to keep things running smoothly wherever she’s worked — as a corrections officer when her career began, and now as the head of the Washington County court system’s clerk’s
Aug 1, 2019 at 11:00 PM
Dennis Ashford, an assistant chemistry professor at Tusculum University, says chemistry allows him to not only teach students about the building blocks of life but also explore new ways to save lives.
B.J. King is chief financial officer for business and finance at East Tennessee State University. She also serves as a member of ETSU’s Foundation Board of Directors, and was appointed in 2017 to chair what has become the BrightRidge Board of Directors.
Jerry Story began work as Washington County’s veterans service officer in 2016 after a 38-year career as a teacher, coach and assistant principal at schools in Washington and Greene counties.
Dr. Janna Scarborough was recently named the interim dean of East Tennessee State University’s Clemmer College of Education. On Tuesday, she emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about herself, her new role and the responsibilities that come with being interim dean.
Mark Finucane came to Johnson City in 1974 just wanting to run as fast as he could.
Pickering recently emailed the Johnson City Press to tell us more about herself, her work as an educator and experience with the local school system.
For decades, Fred Sauceman has worked to tell the stories of our region and our city.
Dick Nelson’s custom framing shop and gallery, Nelson Fine Art and Framing, has been in Johnson City’s downtown core for the past 20 years. In that time, Nelson has seen many things change.
Area sports fans know basketball has been a key part of George Pitts’ life.
Dr. Wendy Nehring, dean of the ETSU College of Nursing, nominated Drummond for ETSU’s inaugural DAISY award and said she exemplifies an “exemplary educator and an outstanding role model.”
HAMPTON — Vanessa Cox is the valedictorian of the Hampton High School Class of 2019. It is just her latest accomplishment. She is not only the top scholar in her class, she has also been a cheerleader all four years she was in high school and is
May 19, 2019 at 8:46 PM
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is the latest in an occasional series of 5 Questions features regarding the people and families of Johnson City shaping the city’s past, present and future as we celebrate the city’s 150th birthday. Look for more
May 19, 2019 at 6:34 PM