A Greeneville native, East Tennessee State University counselor Eric Feltman is dedicated to helping fight the widespread problem of suicide on college campuses through THRIVE — an ETSU program focused on increasing awareness and engagement
Sep 2, 2019 at 6:53 PM
Born and raised in Johnson City, Lazy Lady Baking Co. owner Maren Close has experience far beyond Tennessee’s state lines, and hopes to share that with Northeast Tennessee.
Washington County/Johnson City EMS Chief Dan Wheeley has a lot of weight on his shoulders, considering he’s responsible for all emergency responses in the county.
As the city’s development services director, Preston Mitchell plays a big part in the continued effort to foster business growth in Johnson City.
Local chef Nathan Brand wears a couple different hats in Johnson City.
Kayla Carter grew up in Kingsport, where she attended Sullivan South High School. She is an alumna of Northeast State Community College and East Tennessee State University.
Circuit Court Clerk Brenda Downes has spent her entire adult life trying to keep things running smoothly wherever she’s worked — as a corrections officer when her career began, and now as the head of the Washington County court system’s clerk’s
Aug 1, 2019 at 11:00 PM
Jonesborough vice mayor Adam Dickson remembers listening to his father, Fred, reminisce about his time at Langston High School.
Mark Finucane came to Johnson City in 1974 just wanting to run as fast as he could.
For decades, Fred Sauceman has worked to tell the stories of our region and our city.
Hager recently spoke with the Johnson City Press to tell us more about himself, his time on the board and more.
Editor’s Note: Today we begin a series of occasional 5 Questions features regarding the people and families of Johnson City shaping the city’s past, present and future. Look for more in the series over the next several weeks.
Johnson City Press readers, meet our newest addition to the newsroom, spring and summer intern Jonathan Roberts.
Meet Stacey Sanford, a Johnson City transplant who moved to the area 12 years ago from West Florida.
ReVIDA Recovery Centers’ CEO Lee Dilworth announced Monday that Amy Morris was hired to serve as the opioid treatment company’s director of quality and compliance.