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Johnson City Police Beats
On May 30, officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested Phillip Coffman, Kingsport, and charged him with burglary, theft of property, and criminal trespassing. At approximately 8:36 p.m. on May 30, officers were called to Walmart, 3111 W. Browns Mill Road, in reference to a theft. Walmart’s loss prevention officer observed a white male, […] The post Johnson City Police Beats appeared first on www.elizabethton.com.
JCPD: Assailant cut man’s throat during fight at Johnson City restaurant
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — A Greeneville man turned himself in after he allegedly cut a man’s throat during a fight at a Johnson City restaurant in May. According to a release from the Johnson City Police Department (JCPD), officers responded to a fight at Tulips American Pub and Grub on May 9 just before […]
Johnson City woman picks up introduction of contraband charge at WCDC
JONESBOROUGH – While booking in Cheyenne Stout, 27, of Johnson City, on multiple charges including failure to appear, Washington County Detention Center Deputies discovered she was in possession of a dark, crystal-like substance believed to be heroin along with suboxone. Stout arrived at the Detention Center via another law enforcement agency, and attempted to conceal […] The post Johnson City woman picks up introduction of contraband charge at WCDC appeared first on www.elizabethton.com.
Sheriff: JC man allegedly threatened woman with ax
JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. (WJHL) – A Johnson City man is facing an aggravated domestic assault charge after allegedly attacking a woman with an ax, Washington County Sheriff Keith Sexton said. According to a release, deputies with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) were dispatched to a home on Herb Hodge Road in response to a 911 […]
City firefighter receives top honors
JOHNSON CITY – A Johnson City firefighter has received two statewide recognitions. On Saturday, June 17, Johnson City Fire Department Driver Engineer Marshall Hardy will receive the American Legion Firefighter of the Year Award in Murfreesboro. This acknowledgement follows the Veterans of Foreign Wars presenting Hardy with the State of Tennessee VFW Firefighter of the […] The post City firefighter receives top honors appeared first on www.elizabethton.com.
Unclaimed cash can be claimed at Blue Plum Festival
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Tennessee Department of Treasury wants to reunite Tennesseans with over a billion dollars of lost money and is setting up a booth at the Blue Plum Festival to hand it out. According to a release from the Tennessee Treasury, representatives of the Unclaimed Property Division will be set up […]
Blue Plum Festival 2023
(WJHL) Cooper Reaves and Meagan Day tell us about this year’s Blue Plum Festival June 2 & 3 in downtown Johnson City featuring live music, food and family fun. For more information visit www.BluePlum.org.
Jehovah’s Witness Convention returns to Freedom Hall
After a three-year pandemic pause, one of the largest convention organizations in the world has once again chosen Freedom Hall to host its global three-day event, the 2023 “Exercise Patience”! Convention. Prior to 2019, summers in Johnson City were marked by Jehovah’s Witnesses filling hotels and restaurants as they attended their annual conventions at the […] The post Jehovah’s Witness Convention returns to Freedom Hall appeared first on www.elizabethton.com.
Fall Branch home a ‘total loss’ after fire
FALL BRANCH, Tenn. (WJHL) — A home is considered a ‘total loss’ after an early morning fire in Fall Branch on Thursday. The Fall Branch Volunteer Fire Department, Sullivan West Volunteer Fire Department and Greene County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residential fire early Thursday morning on Ryan Road. Authorities told News Channel 11 there […]
Johnson City David’s Bridal listed in WARN Notice
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – A Johnson City bridal store is among those in Tennessee that will be impacted by a WARN Notice filed with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD), though at this point only layoffs at the company’s headquarters in Pennsylvania are certain. According to a letter from the TDLWD […]
Johnson City announces Lakeside Concert Series linuep
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – Starting Thursday, June 15, the Lakeside Concert Series will return to Winged Deer Park. A release from the city of Johnson City stated each free concert will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. each Thursday through July 27 at the park’s amphitheater. Winged Deer Park is located at 199 Carroll Creek […]
Property Damage Crash on Clinchfield St: Traffic Alert
A crash causing property damage reported in Clinchfield St. Avoid delays. On 05/31/2023 at 06:03 PM, a crash with property damage has been reported in the area of Clinchfield St // Center St. Motorists should take an alternate route to avoid any potential delays. People already in the area are advised to remain patient, cautious, and follow all traffic instructions. The incident has been assigned the CAD_Call 230531-0247.Visit here for more details.
Paving project to cause lane closure on Cherokee Road
The City of Johnson City’s Public Works Department will be paving and milling a section of the eastbound lane on Cherokee Road from 6:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Friday, June 2. The road maintenance will occur between Southwest Avenue and Beech Drive. Motorists can expect lane closures and delays in the area of construction.
Styled & Dressed by Azlinn for Summer Fun
(WJHL) Professional Stylist and owner of Azlinn Hope Collection Azlinn Edwards tells us about some popular trends for summer vacations and events. To find these looks at more visit Azlinn Hope Collection in downtown Johnson City or check it out online at www.AzlinnHope.com.
6 oldest missing persons cases in East Tennessee
The youngest individual went missing at 6 years old and the oldest was 46. In one case, if the person was found today, they would be 102 years old. Here is what is known about each case.
Tax Increase Looms In Johnson City
It appears taxes are going up in Johnson City. City Commissioners will consider a 25 cent property tax hike to support a 114 million dollar budget. If approved, the increase would mean a rate of one dollar and 98 cents per 100 dollars of assessed value, that’s up from the current one dollar and 73 cents rate. The increase means a person who owns a house assessed at 200 thousand dollars would pay 990 dollars a year, up from 865. Commissioners will consider the tax hike proposal at its meeting Thursday evening at City Hall.
Applications being accepted for Elizabethton Youth Business Fair
During the popular Covered Bridge Days Festival this fall, Elizabethton Parks and Recreation is proud to once again host the Youth Business Fair and applications to participate are now being accepted! Each year the Elizabethton Youth Business Fair accepts a limited number of participants between the ages of 7-18 who are currently running a business […] The post Applications being accepted for Elizabethton Youth Business Fair appeared first on www.elizabethton.com.
The 76th Rhododendron Festival scheduled weekend of June 17-18
The 76th Rhododendron Festival will be held the weekend of June 17 and 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at the Roan Mountain State Park. Presented by the Roan Mountain Citizens Club, the festival will feature handcrafted vendors, music, entertainment, and food. Stemwinder will perform Sunday at 3 p.m. The post The 76th Rhododendron Festival scheduled weekend of June 17-18 appeared first on www.elizabethton.com.
Kingsport Detectives Still Working Case Of Man Found In Creek Last Week
Investigators in Kingsport continue to work to determine the cause of death of a man found last week. Police say the body of a 43 year old man was found in a creek between Wilcox Drive and Brook Street on May 25. The man’s name is not being released while an autopsy is being performed at the William L. Jenkins Forensic Center.
Kingsport PD shares new details in unattended death case
KINGSPORT, Tenn. (WJHL) – Investigators are still looking into the circumstances surrounding a body found in Kingsport last week. According to Kingsport Police Department (KPD) public information officer Tom Patton, on May 25, officers discovered the remains of a 43-year-old man in a creek between Wilcox Drive and Brook Street. The man’s remains were sent […]
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