UNICOI — Unicoi Alderman Jeff Linville will join Mayor Johnny Lynch as the town’s representatives on the new Unicoi County EMS control board.
More than a year after announcing construction of an access road and visitors center at Lamar Alexander Rocky Fork State Park would begin in 2019, officials with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation are returning to Erwin for a pair of planning meetings with regional “stakeholders.”
Holston Habitat for Humanity is recruiting volunteers and gathering donations for what will be its second annual cistern-building mission trip to the rural farm villages of Northern Brazil.
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology’s lease of the former Boone’s Creek Elementary School will be several more months in the making.
With a crowd of about three dozen party faithful on hand to listen and question representatives of six of the candidates vying for their nomination, the Washington County Democratic Party hosted a presidential candidates campaign forum Wednesday night in Jonesborough.
The Erwin Board of Mayor and Alderman on Monday voted to appoint Alderwoman Rachelle Shurtz to serve with Mayor Doris Hensley as the town’s representatives on the new Unicoi County EMS control board.
Johnson City’s Lymphedema Treatment Act advocate Jennifer Hovatter is headed back to Washington for March 1st and 2nd Lobby Days on Capitol Hill.
The Town of Unicoi will host a local job fair from 1-5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, in the Buffalo Room of the Unicoi Tourist Information and Visitors Center.
After a day of widespread flooding across Unicoi County, Sheriff Mike Hensley was advising those who live along creeks or in areas where flooding is already occurring to seek shelter elsewhere before nightfall.
Mayor Doris Hensley gives an update on five projects either on the drawing board or soon to be completed in Erwin, and also shares a little about her life outside the mayor’s office.