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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.

Population: 61990
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

Johnson City News
Department Of Revenue To Offer Free Tax Workshops For New Businesses In July

The Tennessee Department of Revenue will be holding a series of free, in-person tax workshops for new businesses in Chattanooga, Johnson City, Knoxville, Memphis, and Nashville in July.

Couple Charged After Alleged Vandalism Spree

An Afton woman and Knoxville man who allegedly went on a destructive spree Wednesday in Johnson City with a slingshot were each charged with 11 counts of felony reckless endangerment, 15 counts of misdemeanor vandalism, and one count of aggravated assault. Johnson City police began receiving calls throughout the city about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday "of windows of vehicles and businesses being shot out," officers said in a report.

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District Attorneys General Sue Opioid Pill Makers

Lawyer J. Gerard Stranch IV shook a bottle of pills Tuesday and told a group gathered at Niswonger Children's Hospital that for babies born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, this is their first baby rattle. J. Gerard Stranch IV, managing partner for Nashville-based law firm Branstetter, Stranch & Jennings PLLC, speaks about the civil lawsuit filed Tuesday against several prescription opioid manufacturers and several other defendants by three Northeast Tennessee district attorneys general.

Prosecutors' lawsuit says opioid drug makers deceived public

In this photo provided by Nigel Kinrade Photography via The Corporate Image, attorney Gerard Stranch speaks on behalf of three Tennessee prosecutors and the guardian of a baby born dependent on opioids that was filed against several drug makers during a news conference on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, in Johnson City, Tenn. The baby survived after spending 14 days in a neonatal intensive care unit, often crying uncontrollably and was given morphine to wean him from his addiction, the suit says.

Cranbury company sued over opioid epidemic

Prosecutors in three judicial districts in upper East Tennessee announced Tuesday morning the filing of a lawsuit in Sullivan County Circuit Court against opioid drugmakers Purdue Pharma, Mallinckrodt and Endo. Tennessee counties slap Big Pharma with lawsuit over opioid epidemic costs Prosecutors in three judicial districts in upper East Tennessee announced Tuesday morning the filing of a lawsuit in Sullivan County Circuit Court against opioid drugmakers Purdue Pharma, Mallinckrodt and Endo.

Johnson City couple, 25 rescue cats displaced after early Sunday fire

A spokesperson with the Johsnon City Fire Department said crews responded to a home in the 1200-block of Carroll Creek Road just after midnight. Once on scene, firefighters found flames in the upstairs portion of the home.

Man Allegedy Phones In Fake Prescriptions

A Johnson City man allegedly posing as a physicians assistant and phoning in prescriptions to a Greeneville pharmacy was taken into custody Thursday by the 3rd Judicial District Drug Task Force and charged with three felony counts of drug fraud. Michael Huff, 36, of 100 N. Roan St., will appear today on the charges in General Sessions Court.

Northeast Tennessee Attorneys General to Make Significant Announcement on June 13

The news conference is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Niswonger Children's Hospital is located at 400 North State of Franklin Road in Johnson City. NOTE: Media not in attendance may view the event via live stream at .

Lee's School Of Music Welcomes Competitors To Piano Festival

Lee University's 13th annual International Piano Festival and Competition will feature 19 students, nine of whom will vie for cash and scholarship awards beginning Wednesday.

Kerry Manfredi Named Reporter For EnvisionVirtualServices

ENVISION NETWORKS' EnvisionVirtualServices outsourced news and weather service has added former JET BROADCASTING News WXIS /JOHNSON CITY, TN news reporter KERRY MANFREDI to its team.. MANFREDI said, "It's great to see ENVISION offering seasoned news reporters to all size markets.

The Cottage Becoming Thai Cottage

The Cottage restaurant soon will be known as "Thai Cottage." Owner Lisa Prewett sold the restaurant at 4085 Summer to Tom and Tanatip Tongumpun of Collierville.

Crime 1 mins ago 11:25 a.m.Dog carcass found in Johnson City apartment

A Johnson City woman is charged with aggravated cruelty and abandonment after a dog carcass was found in her apartment when she was evicted. The Washington County animal control office obtained a citation for Lindsey Price last week after the carcass of her pet dog was found inside her former apartment by the landlord.

Christian Women's Club Planning June Picnic Luncheon

Some of those participating in the May meeting of the Greeneville Christian Women's Club were, from left: vocalist Andrew Landers, feature presenter Sandy VanGerpen, speaker Phyllis Page and Area Representative Aileen Montieth. Some of those participating in the May meeting of the Greeneville Christian Women's Club were, from left: vocalist Andrew Landers, feature presenter Sandy VanGerpen, speaker Phyllis Page and Area Representative Aileen Montieth.

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