Dr. Scott Hummel is hitting the ground running as he begins his presidency at Tusculum University, and one of his immediate priorities will be meeting with members of the community.
Feb. 19, 1874: James Miller, a minister and an early member of First Christian Church, died. He was buried the next day.
We expect our elected representatives to not only vote their conscience but to act in the best interests of constituents when crafting legislation. But what if a lawmaker's personal faith becomes a guiding force in political decisions that affect
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BLACKSBURG, Va.—Thirteen trips to the plate, nine runs, four hits and four walks.
Johnson City Police arrested a man Monday morning and charged him with aggravated assault after a stabbing last month.
Two Washington County Detention Center inmates were charged with aggravated assault Thursday after a jailer was injured and locked inside their cell, according to a statement from the Sheriff’s Office.
The local Scouting organization said Tuesday that meetings, activities, events and service projects will continue in the area after the national Boy Scouts of America filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Feb. 18, 1886: Messrs. Dickey & Anderson were moving their drug store to one of the large rooms in the Range building.
Nearly 400 Johnson City Schools students are set to perform with Mark Wood and Greg Byers Freedom Hall Civic Center on April 9.
“The Many Uses of the Drum in African Culture” is the focus of a free public talk by Rev. Vincent Dial set for Thursday at East Tennessee State University’s Rogers-Stout Hall, room 101.