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On May 7, at 8 p.m., Daughtry will bring its “Dearly Beloved” tour to the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts in the ETSU Fo...
03/21/2022
Daughtry performing at ETSU Martin Center

On May 7, at 8 p.m., Daughtry will bring its “Dearly Beloved” tour to the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts in the ETSU Foundation Grand Hall. The concert will also feature Canadian rock band Big Wreck. Local tickets go on sale March 25.

Daughtry, one of the most visible and consistent rock ‘n’ roll bands of the 21st century, has sold over 9 million albums and 16 million singles worldwide as well as

The Sunday School Convention, an accused bootlegger acquitted, an indictment for bank robbing and more were reported on ...
03/21/2022
Today In Johnson City History: March 21

The Sunday School Convention, an accused bootlegger acquitted, an indictment for bank robbing and more were reported on this day in Johnson City history.

This is the second part of a Q&A with Lexy Close, program director of the Appalachian RC&D Council, and her colleagues a...
03/21/2022
Economic benefits projected for proposed meat processing center

This is the second part of a Q&A with Lexy Close, program director of the Appalachian RC&D Council, and her colleagues at Appalachian Producers Cooperative.

This is the second part of a Q&A with Lexy Close, program director of the Appalachian RC&D Council, and her colleagues at Appalachian Producers Cooperative regarding t...

With Monday's Question of the Week, we asked readers for their thoughts on a proposed meat processing facility in Washin...
03/21/2022
Letters: Does Washington County need a meat processor?

With Monday's Question of the Week, we asked readers for their thoughts on a proposed meat processing facility in Washington County. Here are some of the responses we received.

With Monday's Question of the Week, we asked readers for their thoughts on a proposed meat processing facility in Washington County. Here are some of the responses we ...

The Press asked Lexy Close, program director of the Appalachian RC&D Council, and her colleagues with the cooperative to...
03/20/2022
Proponents answer questions on regional meat processing center

The Press asked Lexy Close, program director of the Appalachian RC&D Council, and her colleagues with the cooperative to answer some key questions involving the operation of the facility.

With the Appalachian Producers Cooperative requesting $2 million from Washington County to help it establish a regional meat processing center, the Press asked Lexy Cl...

There will be plenty of spring activities taking place in the next few months.
03/20/2022
Elizabethton getting ready for spring fun and competition

There will be plenty of spring activities taking place in the next few months.

ELIZABETHTON — With the rapidly approaching season premiere of the weekly Carter County Car Club Cruise-in, with the premiere Northeast Tennessee bicycle races just a ...

ELIZABETHTON — While a lot of angry citizens have spoken out about a letter from Freedom from Religion Foundation about ...
03/20/2022
Some seeking solution to Lynn Mountain Cross controversy

ELIZABETHTON — While a lot of angry citizens have spoken out about a letter from Freedom from Religion Foundation about the three crosses atop Lynn Mountain on the eastern edge of downtown.

ELIZABETHTON — While a lot of angry citizens have spoken out about a letter from Freedom from Religion Foundation about the three crosses atop Lynn Mountain on the eas...

It was, in many ways, expected that the pandemic — and the isolation, fear and death it brought — would lead to an incre...
03/20/2022
Providers grapple with surge in mental health conditions

It was, in many ways, expected that the pandemic — and the isolation, fear and death it brought — would lead to an increase in people seeking treatment for mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety.

It was, in many ways, expected that the pandemic — and the isolation, fear and death it brought — would lead to an increase in people seeking treatment for mental heal...

“The quintessential New York City drink for a soda fountain or luncheonette is the egg cream,” says John Philis, co-owne...
03/20/2022
Finding the perfect egg cream

“The quintessential New York City drink for a soda fountain or luncheonette is the egg cream,” says John Philis, co-owner of the Lexington Candy Shop on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

“The quintessential New York City drink for a soda fountain or luncheonette is the egg cream,” says John Philis, co-owner of the Lexington Candy Shop on Manhattan’s Up...

The Class of 2022 at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine found out Friday where they were matc...
03/20/2022
Quillen College of Medicine’s Class of 2022 takes part in ‘Match Day’

The Class of 2022 at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine found out Friday where they were matched for their residencies.

The Class of 2022 at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine found out Friday where they were matched for their residencies, which they will begi...

Dobyns-Bennett survived a late push from Bearden to win the TSSAA Class 4A championship on Saturday at the Murphy Center...
03/19/2022
BREAKING: D-B wins state championship in OT

Dobyns-Bennett survived a late push from Bearden to win the TSSAA Class 4A championship on Saturday at the Murphy Center.

BREAKING: Dobyns-Bennett survived a late push from Bearden to win the TSSAA Class 4A championship on Saturday at the Murphy Center.

Lots of Carter County commuters to Johnson City were surprised Friday morning when they learned they would have to detou...
03/19/2022
Highway between Johnson City, Elizabethton closed for repairs

Lots of Carter County commuters to Johnson City were surprised Friday morning when they learned they would have to detour off Tenn. Highway 67 as they passed the Elizabethton Golf Course.

ELIZABETHTON — Lots of Carter County commuters to Johnson City were surprised Friday morning when they learned they would have to detour off Tenn. Highway 67 as they p...

JOHNSON CITY — Sophie Dean fired a five-inning no-hitter for Dobyns-Bennett, which whipped Carter 10-0 in the East Tenne...
03/19/2022
Roundup: D-B wins two of three in East Tennessee Classic

JOHNSON CITY — Sophie Dean fired a five-inning no-hitter for Dobyns-Bennett, which whipped Carter 10-0 in the East Tennessee Softball Classic on Friday at Winged Deer Park.

JOHNSON CITY — Sophie Dean fired a five-inning no-hitter for Dobyns-Bennett, which whipped Carter 10-0 in the East Tennessee Softball Classic on Friday at Winged Deer ...

Earth’s poles are undergoing simultaneous freakish extreme heat with parts of Antarctica more than 70 degrees warmer tha...
03/19/2022
Hot poles: Antarctica, Arctic 70 and 50 degrees above normal

Earth’s poles are undergoing simultaneous freakish extreme heat with parts of Antarctica more than 70 degrees warmer than average and areas of the Arctic more than 50 degrees warmer than average.

Earth’s poles are undergoing simultaneous freakish extreme heat with parts of Antarctica more than 70 degrees warmer than average and areas of the Arctic more than 50 ...

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Welcome to Johnson City Press on Facebook. Since 1934, the Johnson City Press has served readers in Northeast Tennessee with daily news, sports and features, and advertisers with multiple avenues to distribute their message.

The newspaper’s longtime motto, “What the people don’t know WILL hurt them,” remains the heart of our mission. Our team is committed to keeping readers informed about local matters that impact their lives most — government, business, education, health care, law enforcement and more. Personal stories and a variety of perspectives characterize each edition.

The Press’ core coverage areas extend beyond Johnson City, Jonesborough and Washington County into the surrounding communities that make our metropolitan region. We also maintain a close eye on state, national and international issues, particularly in how they relate to and affect our local way of life.

As a unit of Six Rivers Media, LLC, the Johnson City Press is a locally owned and managed publication. Alongside the Kingsport Times News, The Herald and Tribune in Jonesborough, The Erwin Record, The Tomahawk in Mountain City and The NET360 digital services agency, the Press is dedicated to community involvement and the success of the Appalachian Highlands region.

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Heralded by The New York Post as “the biggest classical music sensation in years,” a renowned quintet will perform next month in Johnson City.
A former poet laureate of the United States is coming to East Tennessee State University.
On May 7, at 8 p.m., Daughtry will bring its “Dearly Beloved” tour to the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts in the ETSU Foundation Grand Hall. The concert will also feature Canadian rock band Big Wreck. Local tickets go on sale March 25.
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The 2022 NCAA basketball tournament is in full swing. Check out this link for a bracket, game schedule and the latest game coverage:
A Watauga man was arrested Sunday afternoon after attempting to deliver drugs into the Washington County Detention Center by using a drone.
The Sunday School Convention, an accused bootlegger acquitted, an indictment for bank robbing and more were reported on this day in Johnson City history.
There can be no doubt that Texas Burritos & More lives up to its name.
This is the second part of a Q&A with Lexy Close, program director of the Appalachian RC&D Council, and her colleagues at Appalachian Producers Cooperative.
NET Trans is the Northeast Tennessee Regional Public Transit system.
With Monday's Question of the Week, we asked readers for their thoughts on a proposed meat processing facility in Washington County. Here are some of the responses we received.
ELIZABETHTON — Hunter Elementary School will become the largest elementary school of Carter County’s nine elementary schools.