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04/05/2022

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Refereeing and umpiring sporting events would have landed Charlie McConnell more than enough verbal abuse even if he had...
03/30/2022

Refereeing and umpiring sporting events would have landed Charlie McConnell more than enough verbal abuse even if he hadn’t been an African-American calling games in Appalachia beginning in 1964.

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A new downtown loan program aims to help Jonesborough businesses by allowing new and existing business owners to obtain ...
03/03/2022

A new downtown loan program aims to help Jonesborough businesses by allowing new and existing business owners to obtain local, low-interest rate loans to buy or improve a building, purchase new equipment or make repairs.

https://jcnewsandneighbor.com/lending-a-hand/

Students at Ridgeview Elementary were surprised by some guest speakers from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office - two...
02/25/2022

Students at Ridgeview Elementary were surprised by some guest speakers from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office - two new K-9 officers in training, Karma and Phoenix.

https://jcnewsandneighbor.com/puppy-school/

At a young age, Nora Walters started testing the waters in different equestrian sports – pole jumping, goat tying, and E...
02/10/2022

At a young age, Nora Walters started testing the waters in different equestrian sports – pole jumping, goat tying, and English riding shows to mention a few. But by the time she was 8 years old, she soon learned that all she wanted to do was run. “I love to go fast,” she says, and it was that need for speed that opened the door for her into the world of barrel racing.

https://jcnewsandneighbor.com/need-for-speed-propels-nora-walters-fast-paced-life/

After finishing runner-up to Nashville Whites Creek in the 1990 Arby’s Classic and coming in third in 1992, Science Hill...
12/30/2021

After finishing runner-up to Nashville Whites Creek in the 1990 Arby’s Classic and coming in third in 1992, Science Hill broke through by beating B.J. McKie-led Irmo (South Carolina) at the buzzer in the 1993 championship game. It was the first of three Arby’s Classic titles the Hilltoppers would win in a seven-year span. They also won the Arby’s in ’95 and ’99 and finished runner-up in ’94 and ’98.

https://jcnewsandneighbor.com/hilltoppers-won-three-arbys-classic-titles-during-the-1990s/

From the staff of the News & Neighbor, thank you for your service.
11/11/2021

From the staff of the News & Neighbor, thank you for your service.

11/06/2021
Tim Cable was a rock-solid play-by-play man during a career that spanned five decades. He covered the Elizabethton Cyclo...
09/15/2021

Tim Cable was a rock-solid play-by-play man during a career that spanned five decades. He covered the Elizabethton Cyclones (WBEJ) in the 1980s and Science Hill (WKPT/ESPN Tri-Cities) for more than a quarter of a century beginning in 1989, and he spent the majority of the past 10 years broadcasting Daniel Boone and David Crockett football and basketball for WJCW (Cumulus).

By Trey Williams

https://jcnewsandneighbor.com/mr-friday-night-cables-legacy-extended-into-radio/

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In case you didn't catch it in The Johnson City News & Neighbor or the Jonesborough Herald & Tribune, here is your reminder that we will be having a Meet the Candidate Event this Sunday from 2:00-4:00pm at Main Street Cafe and Catering in Jonesborough. I'm looking forward to visiting with everyone!
Be sure to check us out on page 2 of The Johnson City News & Neighbor!
Great article in the The Johnson City News & Neighbor about the project we completed at The Model Mill with Thomas Weems Architect and Summers-Taylor, Inc #burlesonconjctn #burlesonconstructiontn #historicrenovation #construction #poweredbyprocore
Is there anybody local that has a podcast I can listen to?
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY I'm looking for volunteers for the half marathon May 8th in Elizabethton.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED. COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY I'm looking for student volunteers for the half marathon May 8th in Elizabethton.
Do you love working with kids and having a great benefits package? We're hiring at our Unicoi Head Start locations for Center Aides and a Bus Driver! We offer free insurance premiums, employer contributions to your retirement, vision, dental, and PTO! Check out our job postings at
🎖️🥋Without a doubt, we have some absolutely amazing residents at our community! This week, our resident, Dale Kirby, made the front page of The Johnson City News & Neighbor, as they highlighted his amazing life story. Read about Dale's journey, which includes serving our country in Vietnam to becoming a multiple-time US martial arts champion. Enjoy! #ExperienceEverlan #JohnsonCity #LuxuryLiving
Some preview pictures of a beautiful 100th birthday celebration! Ms. Dee you are SO loved! More pictures to come of the amazing drive thru parade and pinning ceremonies. Special thank you to Avalon Hospice and specifically Pam Mitchell Keeton for all of her hard work and organizing this event. Thank you Sentinel Homecare for being a special sponsor. Thank you to Alan Jackson for organizing the drive-thru parade and so much more! Thank you to David Crockett High School Navy ROTC for joining us! Thank you to all of the media/press that covered the event! WCYB , The Greeneville Sun, Johnson City Press The Johnson City News & Neighbor 😃🎉🥳
Thanks to The Johnson City News & Neighbor for spreading the word about our new digital streaming collection, hoopla digital! Click link for more info.
Last month, the Tennessee State Review Board approved the nomination of the Johnson City Postal Savings Bank and Post Office for listing in the National Register of Historic Places - NPS. The nomination know goes to the National Park Service, which will make the final determination. What is now known as the Ashe Street Courthouse, began its life as the Johnson City Postal Savings Bank and Post Office back in 1911. The Postal Savings Bank was a new program instituted by President William Howard Taft designed to encourage people to save money. Megan Tewell, one of three local residents who worked on the nomination, told a reporter with the The Johnson City News & Neighbor, that the public had a great deal of trust in the postal service in those days and Taft aimed to capitalize on that trust to encourage people to save their money. “They trusted the postal savings bank more than they did actual banks,” Tewell said to the reporter. “He tried to leverage the post office as the familiar neighborhood entity to get people to actually put money from their folders, jars and mattresses into circulation.” Tewell joined with Hal Hunter and Anne Mason, the executive director of the Heritage Alliance, to draft the nomination. The Heritage Alliance supported the effort. Supporters of the nomination are hopeful that a National register listing will give them access to grant money for rehabilitating the building. The Tennessee Historical Commission and other National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers members work with communities and non-profits to help preserve historic buildings. http://jcnewsandneighbor.com/saving-history/
Just in time for Valentine's Day! 💞👰🏼🤵🏻💘 Thank you to The Johnson City News & Neighbor for sharing Steve and Mary's sweet little love story! #holstonhabitat #homeiswheretheheartis