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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
Suspect Charged In Rash Of Burgalries

A Johnson City man who allegedly committed a series of home burglaries on Nov. 30 in Greene County was taken into custody early this morning by sheriff's deputies and charged with numerous offenses. Brandon David Horvath, 29, of Jay Street, entered one home and took items including a PlayStation 4 console, a digital camera and jewelry, with a total value of $5,760, Detective Sgt.

4 Tennessee Cities Rank Among Top for Job Growth in 2017

A new study says four Tennessee metro areas are among the top 10 metro areas for job growth in the southeast so far this year. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that a study of employment trends by 24/ 7 Wall Street found Nashville, Morristown, Chattanooga and Johnson City ranked fifth, sixth, ninth and 10th among Southern cities for employment growth.

Samantha Haley Haynes Weds Joshua Taylor Teague

Samantha Haley Haynes and Joshua Taylor Teague, both of Johnson City, were married Nov. 24, 2017, at 4 p.m. in the Grand Soldiers Ballroom at Carnegie Hotel in Johnson City. For the ceremony, the ballroom was decorated with white columns with gold pedestaled compotes holding fresh florals, including white hydrangeas, blush pink roses, deep burgundy roses, mini burgundy dianthus and blush sweetheart spray roses, draping with fresh seeded eucalyptus, silver dollar eucalyptus and accents of white waxflower.

County Schools Dismiss 2 Hours Early, But Snow Halts So After-School...

Dismissal for schools in Hamilton County was two hours earlier than normal Friday due to snow in the area.

Last conspirator sentenced in steroid ring

A Johnson City woman is the last of 22 defendants to be sentenced in connection with an East Tennessee anabolic steroid ring, according to a release from the Department of Justice Eastern District of Tennessee. Kari Carter, 27, of Johnson City, was sentenced to four months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised probation.

USDA Grant To Boost Regional Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets in Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee just received a boost through a grant award of almost half a million dollars under the USDA's Farmers Market Promotion Program. The program coalition, headed by Appalachian Sustainable Development in Abingdon, Virginia, and the Appalachian RC&D Council in Johnson City, also includes Jonesborough Locally Grown, Unicoi Tennessee's Mountain Harvest Kitchen, the Appalachian Farmers Market Association, the Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association and the University of Tennessee Extension and Center for Profitable Agriculture.

Pregnant mother and man shot dead in triple homicide in Johnson City

According to WBIR 10News' sister station WCYB in Bristol, Va., the Washington County Sheriff's Office found 23-year-old Kyanna Howes Vaughn and 25-year-old Robert Aaron Vaughn dead from gunshot wounds around 7 p.m. Monday. Kyanna was six to seven months pregnant.

County Schools Enrollment Continues Rapid Decline

Enrollment is down significantly for Greene County schools and it could get worse over the next decade, according to information given to members of the Greene County Commission's Education Committee. Greene County Director of Schools David McLain handed out information on enrollment, utility costs, capital expenses, funding from state Basic Education Programming and facts about the school system's current facilities.

It Happened Here

William J. Menge, 35, of South Roan Street, Johnson City, was charged late Saturday night by Greeneville police with driving under the influence after officers went to the area of Taco Bell on East Andrew Johnson Highway to investigate a possible intoxicated driver call. A witness told police a car nearly struck him at Serral Drive, Officer Aaron Spears said in a report.

An Angel Is About To Get It's Wings At The Blue Moon Theatre

The Blue Moon Theatre Company located in Downtown Johnson City will present a family friendly production of It's A Wonderful Life:A Live Radio Play, whch runs during the holiday season from December 16 to December 23. A live radio play adaptaion of Frank Capra's film It's A Wonderful Life written by Joe Landry. "It's the perfect holiday show for our return to the stage" says Artistic Director Edward Breese " It's a heartwarming story of family and friendship and nothing could be more fitting for our family run theatre and our many friends in Downtown Johnson City."

Police: Tenn. inmates fake heart attacks to catch ambulance rides

WJHL reports that inmates in Washington County have faked heart attacks or other serious medical conditions and then left hospitals before doctors could see them. EMS Chief Dan Wheeley said each trip costs taxpayers about $600 if the person is uninsured and may also take an ambulance away from someone who actually needs it.

Woman gets last birthday gift from dad years after he dies

When Bailey Sellers turned 17 on November 26, 2013, there was an unexpected bouquet of flowers waiting for her on the front porch. "Happy birthday," the note read.

Heather Elaine Belcher Weds James Gardner Carr

Heather Elaine Belcher and James Gardner Carr, of Greeneville, were married 2 p.m. Oct. 13, 2017, at the Andrew Johnson Clubhouse. For the ceremony, held outdoors on the clubhouse's side porch, rustic decor was used, featuring burlap, fall flowers and crab apples.

Tenn. doctor opens up about personal opioid addiction, recovery

A Tennessee doctor has made it his life's work-to help people recover from addiction and he knows the struggle all too well. Dr. Stephen Loyd is in recovery after three and a half years of opioid abuse.

Community Drop-Off Day For Avery Armstrong Toy Drive Set Nov. 25

Ten-year-old Avery Armstrong is in the midst of his fourth annual toy drive, which is continuing now through early December. The toys collected will be given to hospitalized children in Greeneville and Johnson City.

People from Johnson City visited Knoxville to spruce up Old Gray Cemetery in North Knoxville.

After a few monuments at the Old Gray Cemetery were knocked over, a group from Johnson City and Knoxville community members spruced up the area Saturday afternoon. The photos had gone viral on social media.

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