Washington County voters chose Grandy, a two-term Washington County commissioner and chairman of the Budget Committee, over former Washington County Commissioner Mark Ferguson and current Johnson City Mayor David Tomita in an ugly and highly contested race.
Washington County, meet your new trustee (probably).
Anyone who’s been paying attention to the race to replace Dan Eldridge as Washington County’s mayor knows that ugly is a mild adjective to describe the campaign.
Brenda Downes’ two decades of experience in law enforcement management make her uniquely positioned to lead the Washington County Circuit Court Clerk’s office.
Make no mistake, a county trustee in Tennessee is all about banking.
As of Wednesday afternoon, 5,148 Washington County residents had cast ballots during the early voting period, which began April 11.
Take a look at the responses Washington County Trustee candidates Dale Ford and Rick Storey gave to a survey from the Johnson City Press about their plans for the office.
Each member of our dine-around bunch has his or her own particular favorite restaurant.
While it may not be the most extravagant of undertakings, water line projects are certainly a necessity for parts of rural Washington County, where residents to this day still lack clean water access.
The average home can accumulate as much as 100 pounds of household hazardous waste in a basement or garage. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency says Americans generate 1.6 million tons of household hazardous waste per year.
When Washington County Mayor Dan Eldridge gazes into his hypothetical crystal ball, he foresees Washington County’s economic prosperity linked to the success of Northeast Tennessee as a whole.
The local Chamber of Commerce has released the results of its survey of candidates in the races for Washington County offices in the May primary.
From 1982 to 2002, Don Squibb served as a Washington County circuit court clerk, but he eventually found that he was looking for a change of pace in his life.
On March 26, Washington County Commissioner Lee Chase presented a proclamation signed by Mayor Dan Eldridge identifying April 2-8 as Public Health Week in Washington County.
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