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During the 1920s, Johnson City's ties to Appalachian Mountains bootlegging activity gave the city the nickname of "Little Chicago. " Stories persist that the town was one of several distribution centers for Chicago gang boss Al Capone during Prohibition. Capone was, by local accounts, a part-time resident of Montrose Court, a luxury apartment complex now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Local Newspapers: Johnson City Press
Local Sports Teams: ETSU Buccaneers
Local Colleges: East Tennessee State University
Zip Codes associated with johnson city, tennessee:
37601 37604 37615
Towns/Cities near johnson city, tennessee : Jonesborough Midway Central Watauga Elizabethton Pine Crest Oak Grove Bluff City
Greeneville Board Gives Code Changes 1st Approval
The Greeneville Board of Mayor and Aldermen paved the way for significant progress for the future of the town in its meeting on Tuesday. Greeneville City Administrator Todd Smith told the board that it would "take significant action that will affect the future of Greeneville" in consideration of approval of the municipal code and appointments to a new airport authority.1 person dead after silo collapse in Johnson City
WJHL's Caroline Corrigan spoke to Washington County EMA Director Nes Levotch who confirmed one person is dead after a silo collapsed Saturday. According to Levotch, 30 feet of saw dust collapsed on a man working inside the silo at QEP on Eddie Williams Road.Civil War Camp Reenactment To Be Held At Tipton-Haynes Historic Site
Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site in Johnson City will host a Civil War camp reenactment Saturday, March 17, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site in Johnson City will host a Civil War camp reenactment Saturday, March 17, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Have you ever wondered what camp life was like during the Civil War? Now is your chance to find out. Tipton-Haynes State Historic Site in Johnson City will host a Civil War camp reenactment Saturday, March 17, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The event will feature re-enactors with the Department of East Tennessee, who will camp, drill, march and prepare for their 2018 re-enacting season, organizers say.Roe Appointed To Joint House-Senate Select Committee
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., has appointed U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, R-1st, of Johnson City, to a House-Senate select committee. This joint select committee was established under the recently enacted Bipartisan Budget Act, a news release says.Makayla Woods Weds Ethan Barrett
A reception followed at the Andrew Johnson Clubhouse. After a wedding trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, the couple are living in Johnson City.Group Marches For International Women's Day
The thermometer may have read 35 degrees, but there was nothing frigid about the group gathered in front of the Greene County Courthouse Thursday afternoon for Indivisible Greene County's second annual International Women's Day March and Celebration. Smiling and waving at passing cars, an enthusiastic group of about two dozen women of all ages and a handful of supportive men carried signs with messages about women's rights and issues.Gateway Dealerships Announce Personnel Changes
Craig S. Brown has been hired as general manager of the company and will also become a shareholder in the corporation, according to a news release. Brown, his wife, Wendy, and his three sons will be moving to Greeneville.Tennessee museum donates record collection to university
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - A Tennessee museum has donated more than 3,500 vinyl LPs and 1,200 78 rpm records to East Tennessee State University.2 Johnson City women charged in connection to overdose death
Two Johnson City women have been charged with reckless homicide in connection with an overdose death. According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, 43-year-old Tasha Williams and 32-year-old Darlicia Yvette Jordan were arrested.Desire To Help Veterans Leads To Ruthie's Thrift Shop
Ruth Ann Buchanan is fulfilling her desire to help veterans through Ruthie's Thrift Shop, located in the former location of Ireene's - The Flower Shoppe on Tusculum Boulevard. Proceeds from the shop's sales are being donated to help veterans with individual needs and to veterans organizations.2 Women Indicted, Charged In Washington County Overdose Death
An investigation by special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment of two Johnson City women on reckless homicide charges in connection with an overdose death.Governor Bill Haslam Declares March Myeloma Action Month
Myeloma support group leaders from around the state. From left, Jack Huguelet, Chattanooga; Toni Montgomery, Memphis; Linda Huguelet, Chattanooga; Governor Bill Haslam; Kelly Owens and Carol Sanders, Nashville, and Mark McCalman, Johnson City.Tennessee lawmaker wants to prohibit unsafe, used tires from being on the road
The National Transportation Safety Board says about 33,000 tire-related crashes happen every year. Statistics show worn-out tires are three times more likely to be involved in a wreck than those with sufficient tread depth.a RuPaula s Drag Racea season 10 lineup reveals 2 contestants from Tennessee
RuPaul finally announced the new lineup of drag queens that will compete in season 10 of " RuPaul's Drag Race. " Fans flocked to the internet to see if any of the queens they've been following made the cut.Roe: 'VA isn't going anywhere'
Very early into his address to Legionnaires attending the Feb. 27 Washington Conference Commander's Call, House Committee on Veterans' Affairs Chairman Phil Roe made it very clear how he felt about Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin. Shulkin, who recently received criticism for taxpayer-funded travel with his wife and has been embattled within his own department, has Roe in his corner.DUI Charged Filed Against Alleged Wrong-Way Driver
A Johnson City man who allegedly stopped his car in an oncoming traffic lane early Saturday on U.S. 11E was charged by Greeneville police with driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license. Mateos A. Hernandez, 29, of Timberlake Road, was also charged with having no proof of insurance and cited for making an illegal lane change, Officer Aaron Spears said in a report.2nd Annual Trivia Night And Silent Auction To Benefit Autism And Behavior Services
Autism & Behavior Services is hosting its second annual Trivia Night and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 3, from 6-10 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Downtown Public Library .Student Who Made Shooting Threat Enters Plea In Juvenile Court
The case of a teenager who made a threat Feb. 13 about a supposed school shooting at Chuckey-Doak High School was resolved Tuesday in Greene County Juvenile Court. The 17-year-old who made the threat entered a guilty plea to filing a false report, a felony.Former paramedic works to train community for disasters
Jake Drumm created Drumm Emergency Solutions to provide people with classes and kits so they can be prepared to treat injuries before first responders arrive JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - A former paramedic is on a mission to prepare community members for disaster situations by equipping them with the necessary skills and tools to save lives.It Happened Here - Feb. 22
Christine Lynn Park, 25, of Quality Circle, Johnson City, was charged Tuesday morning by the Tennessee Highway Patrol with driving under the influence and possession of a Schedule II drug. Park was driving southbound in a sport utility vehicle on U.S. 11E when she was paced driving at 73 mph in a 55 mph zone, Trooper Jordan Ensor said in a report.
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