A HUD mandated count of people who are homeless is being conducted by the Appalachian Regional Coalition on Homelessness in partnership Veterans Affairs Medical Center at Mountain Home and volunteers from service organizations across the eight county region.
100+ Tri-Cities Women Who Care have wrapped up a remarkable inaugural year more than $5,000 ahead of their goal to make a $40,000 impact on nonprofit service agencies of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
The celebration will begin Saturday with a prayer breakfast and continue on the Monday holiday with Storytime activities for children and an evening dinner and awards ceremony for the community.
The Johnson City Housing Authority broke ground Thursday on a new 16-unit apartment complex to reduce the community’s shortage of low-income housing shortage and help stabilize seniors, people with disabilities, veterans and young adults aging out of foster care and at risk of homelessness.
Good Samaritan Ministries, The Wellness Center, Harmon Ice and Ballad Health have struck up a cool partnership to help the community family at risk in the depth of winter.
Among the oldest federated women’s clubs in Tennessee, the Johnson City Monday Club is marking its 128th year of promoting the cultural, social and intellectual growth of it members and its community.
The Johnson City Public Library will kick off a year-long celebration of its 125th anniversary Friday, Jan 17, with an open house and self-guided tour through the many chapters of the library’s history.
The United Way of Washington County will use 5 % of contributions pledged to this year’s fundraising campaign to replenish reserves depleted by two years of declining donations.
Community members are invited to a celebration for the new Jonesborough K-8 school from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Jan. 8 at the McKinney Center.
Good Samaritan Ministries has put out a last minute appeal for help meeting a $45,000 shortfall on the cost of its Be A Light Christmas Marketplace for families of 1,000 area children and teens in need.
The fourth annual candle-light Nativity Parade through downtown Erwin will step off at 7 p.m., Wednesday.
The annual Salvation Army Angel Tree and Johnson City Christmas Box distribution of gifts and food for low-income children, families and seniors will roll out this week at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray and National Guard Armory in Elizabethton.
Christmas was squared away for more than 200 Johnson City school children Thursday night as the annual Coalition for Kids Shopping for Others and Shop With A Cop shopping tours rolled through the Super Walmart store on Browns Mill Road.
Select Seven Credit Union realizes the holiday can be tough financially for many families and is excited to be giving away 200 free turkeys to help with their holiday dinner.
Mark Setzer believed that no one should go hungry. He believed in working together as a community. And he believed in the hunger fighting and community building work of One Acre Cafe. On Sunday, the cafe will host a celebration of life service for friends and family to come together to remember and honor its late cafe assistant and passionate supporter on what would have been his 53rd birthday.