On Jan. 5, the Johnson City Fire Department saved a life — but it wasn’t because of something they did fighting a fire.
With recent announcements from law enforcement agencies about job openings, it appears they’re having a hard time filling their ranks.
It once nearly went on the auction block for $1.
A Johnson City man was charged with arson Sunday after setting fire to a rental house, police said.
At least four fire engines responded to a grill fire inside the D.P. Culp Center on East Tennessee State University’s campus Wednesday night.
June 26 began like any other day for Jerry Gannaway, taking to the fairways of Pine Oaks Golf Course just like he usually did — only this round of golf would become anything but normal.
As a public servant to Johnson City, Fire Chief Jim Stables knows where to find out how the department can improve — from Johnson City citizens themselves.
After escaping a devastating early morning fire that swept through her family’s home earlier this month, Woodland Elementary School teacher Tiffany Collins could only think about one thing: everything she had worked for just went up in flames.
Jul 28, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Local residents gathered at the Mall at Johnson City Saturday to salute the region’s members of the military, law enforcement and emergency services for this year’s Hometown Heroes festival.
Johnson City is grappling with a tighter budget than normal, but City Manager Pete Peterson says the city is still finding a way to adequately fund what it needs to preserve the quality of life of locals.
Fire heavily damaged the Haven of Mercy Thrift Store, 218 N. Broadway St., Tuesday morning.
Morris-Baker Funeral Home recently donated $800 to match the Johnson City Noon Rotary Club’s donation to help restore the Johnson City Fire Department's 1928 Seagrave City Service fire truck.
Washington County/Johnson City EMS presents 17 medics, firefighters with Lifesaver Award
During the Christmas holiday season, many of the pediatric patients at Niswonger Children’s Hospital are confined to the hospital, making it more difficult for them and their families to feel the spirit and cheer of Christmas.
The Johnson City Professional Firefighters Association, Local 1791, raised $3,000 on Saturday toward renovating the fire department’s historic 1928 Seagrave fire truck.