PHOTO GALLERY: Senior Reporter Becky Campbell captured some of the snowy scenes around Johnson City and Jonesborough.
Some Jonesborough residents should expect a water outage for a few hours tomorrow.
Jonesborough and storytelling seem to go hand in hand.
Two longstanding Jonesborough holiday traditions have been combined into one event full of colors, spirit, history and, of course, a four-course meal.
Jonesborough’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen added a few upgrades to the town during the board’s monthly meeting on Monday
After nearly a decade of barbecuing, Walt Moulton and his team, Rocky Top BBQ, finally took the crown at the competition against cooks from across the world.
Now that a new nine-grade school is under construction in the Boones Creek community of Washington County, some in Jonesborough are asking “Why not us, too?”
According to a recent disciplinary action report by the Tennessee Department of Health, three local doctors from Gray, Jonesborough and Johnson City are facing disciplinary actions from the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners due to infractions including sexual misconduct and overprescribing drugs to patients without proper documentation.
Jonesborough’s Board of Mayor and Aldermen are choosing to honor the town’s former alderman and mayor Tobie Bledsoe by naming the new Senior Center building after her.
Four generations of families and people from all around the world gather together this week to make hear stories and connect with others.
Carrying on a regional traditional four decades old and more popular now than when it first took root in the 1970s, the back to back National Storytelling Festival and Unicoi County Apple Festival will return to the streets of Jonesborough and Erwin this weekend.
Moving and restoring a historic building and 38-ton caboose is no easy feat, but officials with the town of Jonesborough celebrated years of work Monday afternoon with the opening of the Chuckey Depot Museum.
Storytelling will have its homecoming this weekend as the annual National Storytelling Festival kicks off with a roster of tellers mixing new and familiar faces.
On Friday, Johnson City Mayor David Tomita visited Jonesborough Elementary School to talk to Brittany Gray’s first-grade classroom to teach them all about local government and what it means to be a good citizen.
This month’s Yarn Exchange Radio Show, performed live at the International Storytelling Center in downtown Jonesborough, is filled with stories of incredible and even unlikely friendships throughout the ages of Jonesborough’s founding.