The Johnson City, Jonesborough, Washington County Chamber of Commerce Board recently asked each Johnson City Board of Education candidate to respond to a questionnaire ahead of the November school board elections.
Hundreds protested President Donald Trump’s arrival in Johnson City Monday.
As with others who had waited many hours to see Trump Monday, Barnette and McMurray jumped to their feet when Trump finally arrived to the stage at 7 p.m. Many in the crowd waved signs that read “Keep America Great,” “Vets for Trump” and “Drain the Swamp” as the president entered with “God Bless the USA!” playing in the background.
On Wednesday, the Press spoke with local residents to gauge their feelings about the president's visit.
After meeting with federal safety officials in preparation for President Donald Trump’s upcoming visit to Freedom Hall Civic Center, Johnson City Schools officials announced Wednesday that schools will dismiss early on Monday, Oct. 1.
Land and property developers can offer valuable insight as members of public boards tasked with growing counties’ and cities’ economies.
Nearly 100 immigrants representing 37 nations were officially sworn in as citizens of the United States at East Tennessee State University’s Naturalization Ceremony Thursday morning.
On Monday, the U.S. Senate passed the Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018, which includes proposals on new ways to combat the epidemic from five bipartisan Senate committees and over 70 senators.
On Oct. 3, the local CCL chapter and East Tennessee State University Department of Sustainability will host a screening of “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” at 6 p.m. in ETSU’s Brown Hall auditorium. Doors open for refreshments at 5:30, and the film will be followed by a moderated panel and discussion.
As the gubernatorial race continues between Republican Bill Lee and Democrat Karl Dean, the issue of Medicaid expansion in Tennessee remains a central point of debate between the two parties within the state legislature.
After nearly a century, one of Johnson City’s first gas-powered fire trucks is well on its way to being fully restored.
The Comptroller’s Office of Research and Education Accountability released a report Friday showing how Tennessee’s public universities have performed under the state’s outcome-based funding formula.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency released a series of announcements on Wednesday.
After resigning from his position as a Washington County commissioner, Mitch Meredith, the county’s director of finance and administration, ran for the District 3 seat on the Washington County school board.
According to a recent report from the American Cancer Society, Tennessee needs to do more to fight cancer in the state.