Johnson City, TNwcyb.com

JCPD: Johnson City man charged after man found dead in roadway Sunday morning

Officers of the Johnson City Police Department responded to the area of Pardee Street and Broadway Street regarding a male lying in the roadway just before 6 a.m. on Sunday. Upon arrival, officers reportedly discovered a deceased, unidentified, white male lying in the roadway. Officials say during their investigation it was discovered that the individual had been struck by a vehicle.
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Johnson City, TNwvlt.tv

East Tenn. man arrested on Kidnapping, aggravated assault charges

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WVLT) - A Johnson City man was arrested and charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault Sunday after a woman told police the man beat her and held her against her will, WVLT CBS affiliate WJHL reported. WJHL reported Johnson City Police Department officers responded to the Johnson...
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Weather Forecast For Abingdon

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Abingdon: Sunday, June 20: Slight chance of rain showers then slight chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while slight chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Monday, June 21: Slight chance of rain showers then chance of showers and
Carter County, TNJohnson City Press

Kimbo's: A new location for super breakfast fare (and Cinny Rolls)

A short time ago on a highway not so far away, there was a restaurant owned and operated by Ms. Kim Ensor that was the best-kept secret of Carter County. Under the name “Kimbo’s,” this first iteration of Ensor’s restaurant served hungry customers in an eight-table dining room, from a kitchen barely large enough to flip your eggs over easy.
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Kingsport, TNKingsport Times-News

Editorial: It's time to rein in the power of constables

It would appear that William Davis Creasy of Kingsport is not cut out to be a constable. But until the Tennessee Legislature gets serious about the potential dangers inherent in giving anyone off the street the full power of a law enforcement officer, abuse such as that perpetrated by Creasy will continue.
Washington County, TNJohnson City Press

Local aluminum company to move its operations to Washington County

A homegrown manufacturing company based in Unicoi is looking to expand and relocate to Washington County. IMC was founded by Mark and Deborah Carey a little more than 19 years ago when the company they were working for at the time went out of the business. After Alcoa closed its plant in Elizabethton, the husband and wife team decided it was time to open their own aluminum fabricating business.
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Johnson City Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Johnson City: Sunday, June 20: Chance of Showers And Thunderstorms; Monday, June 21: Slight chance of rain showers then chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while showers and thunderstorms likely overnight; Tuesday, June 22: Showers and thunderstorms likely
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Kingsport, TNKingsport Times-News

Photo gallery: Odd & unusual at Warriors' Path

KINGSPORT - Nearby natural places are full of fascinating, and sometimes rather unusual discoveries. Marty Silver, park ranger at Warriors' Path State Park, recently took some photos of a few of these "odd & unusual" sights from within the park. Thanks again to Marty for sharing his photos with our readers.
Jonesborough, TNKingsport Times-News

Jonesborough distiller, alderman buys Parson’s Table

JONESBOROUGH — The Parson’s Table is getting new life. Jonesborough Alderman and Tennessee Hills Distillery Owner Stephen Callahan, along with business partner Scott Andrew, purchased the historic building overlooking downtown Jonesborough for $372,000 with hopes of restoring it to a fine dining restaurant. “I feel great about it,” Callahan said...
Johnson City, TNJohnson City Press

Should the city pass an anti-smoking ordinance?

Smoking in public parks could soon bring a small fine. According to Press Staff Writer David Floyd, last week city commissioners approved on first reading an ordinance banning the use of tobacco or vapor products in public parks, public playgrounds, public greenways and any public property accessible to youth. Violators could face a $50 fine.
Bulls Gap, TNJohnson City Press

Guinn takes Crate Late Model victory at Volunteer Speedway

BULLS GAP — Aaron Guinn liked the view out front in Saturday’s Crate Late Model feature at Volunteer Speedway on Saturday night. The Russellville racer grabbed the lead at the start of the 25-lap race and led wire-to-wire to pick up his first win of the season on the 4/10-mile dirt track.
Johnson City, TNJohnson City Press

Today In Johnson City History: June 21

June 21, 1867: The East Tennessee Union Flag reported, “Circuit Court will commence in this place Monday morning June 24th. Hon. Judge Butler President.”. The East Tennessee Union Flag was a newspaper published in Jonesborough, which was spelled that way on the masthead. Inside the pages of the newspaper, the name of the town was spelled that way, as well as Jonesboro.
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