The town of Unicoi has joined a group of concerned citizens in a call for the Tennessee Division of Air Pollution Control to conduct a public hearing on a request to increase air contaminant emissions at the former Construction Asphalt Paving Services plant at the base of Buffalo Mountain.
UNICOI — The town of Unicoi’s annual Freedom Fest, scheduled for July 4, has been canceled to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Hours ahead of the confirmation of Unicoi County’s first case of coronavirus infection, the Town of Unicoi on Wednesday joined the town of Erwin and Unicoi County in restricting access to its facilities and meetings.
he 25th Annual Fiddlers & Fiddleheads Festival, the Town of Unicoi’s longest-running festival, has been canceled amid COVID-19 concerns.
Clinchfield Caboose No. 1111’s move from the Erwin rail yard to its new home at the Unicoi Tourist Information and Visitors Center went off like clockwork on Friday.
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.
The town of Unicoi has launched an online vote to allow railroad buffs everywhere a chance to select the color scheme for the historic Clinchfield Railroad caboose soon to be placed at its Tourist Information and Visitors Center at Exit 32.
A joint committee made up of representatives of Unicoi County and towns of Unicoi and Erwin on Thursday began laying the groundwork for the county’s new inter-local ambulance service.
UNICOI — Town authorities announced Thursday the arrest of a Johnson City man this week on trespassing, weapon and other charges at a motel shutdown as a public nuisance earlier this month.
UNICOI — The Unicoi County Sheriff’s Department suspended the search for a missing Unicoi resident Saturday evening after deputies and volunteers combed a wide area over a four-day period.
Twenty-five years after residents of what would become the town of Unicoi voted to incorporate and avoid what many feared was pending annexation by Johnson City, the little town is celebrating its silver anniversary.
UNICOI — The Town of Unicoi will host its 25th Anniversary Celebration Friday, October 11, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Tourist Information Center in Unicoi.
The Unicoi Business Alliance is stepping up its efforts to strengthen and support the town’s business community.
Debbie Kessler, former city clerk and finance director for the city of Elizabethton, is taking over as the new top administrator for the town of Unicoi.
The state comptroller’s office has released a report on its investigation into a series of incidents of “alleged malfeasance” by the town of Unicoi.