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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

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Knoxville brewers work to support clean water

Knoxville breweries are partnering with The Tennessee Clean Water Network to host a fly fishing event called Clean Water = Clean Beer. Eight people will leave Knoxville and Johnson City aboard The Big Love Bus and join members of the SYNDICATE Pro Staff and Tennessee Clean Water Network for a morning of fly fishing in Upper East Tennessee.

Suspect shot, killed after police pursuit in east Tennessee

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said 47-year-old Buford Shane Whitson of Elizabethton was shot and killed by Carter Carter Sheriff's Office deputies following a pursuit Monday night. Sheriff Dexter Lunceford tells News Channel 11 just before 7:30 p.m. deputies spotted Whitson in a small Saturn near West G. Street in Elizabethton and attempted to pull him over because of outstanding warrants.

Suspect shot and killed after police pursuit in Carter County and Johnson City

Johnson City Police Chief Mark Sirois also told News Channel 11 that the Sheriff's Office was pursuing a suspect that was reportedly armed. Sirois said the suspect stopped by the side of the road and shots were fired.

Inaugural Johnson City Jazz Festival Starts Thursday

The inaugural Johnson City Jazz Festival, a three-day showcase of live jazz music, is scheduled for Thursday through Saturday at three locations in and around downtown Johnson City. The schedule includes a free Thursday night jam at Carnegie Hotel and a free Friday night concert at Founders Park.

Appco Supply Situation?

Several independent owners in the Tri-Cities region in Tennessee receive fuel from Appalachian Oil Co. , and some of them say the company has not been coming through with regular deliveries, reported WJHL-TV.

Greg Yates passes

Greg had been dealing with pancreatitis, and underwent major surgery last year at UVA Hospital. More recently he had suffered a massive heart attack which left him in a diabetic coma.

Three men from East Tennesseee arrested here for car theft, drugs

Three East Tennessee men were arrested on a slew of charges after allegedly stealing a car in Chattanooga and transporting cocaine and marijuana. Three East Tennessee men were arrested on a slew of charges after allegedly stealing a car in Chattanooga and transporting cocaine and marijuana.

It Happened Here For May 9

Brittany Ann Delargy, 27, of 3714 Lonesome Pine Trail, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence by sheriff's deputies. Delargy allegedly struck a friend's vehicle while pulling out of a driveway, then drove down Lonesome Pine Trail before returning, Deputy Anthony Pruitt said in a report.

ETSU graduates 11 with a bluegrass degree in 2017

East Tennessee State University celebrated the successes of its newest graduates this past weekend during commencement ceremonies held on Saturday, May 6. Students from their Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies joined over 2,000 other university graduates in the celebration of their accomplishments. Students within Bluegrass, Old Time, and Country Music Studies come from numerous backgrounds and interests, as evidenced by the most recent graduating class of eleven.

It Happened Here For April 29

Regenna L. Foulks, 44, of 121 Kidwell School Road, was charged Tuesday afternoon by Greeneville police with driving under the influence and violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender law. Police went to the 100 block of East Church Street after receiving a call from a business about a vehicle in the roadway, Officer Eddie Key said in a report.

Roe Reintroduces Unaccompanied Children Placement Bill

U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, R-1st, of Johnson City, reintroduced the Unaccompanied Alien Children Placement Transparency Act, legislation to require the Departments of Health and Human Services and Homeland Security to provide governors or the appropriate state-level official with certain information about Unaccompanied Alien Children being placed within their states. "I am proud to reintroduce the Unaccompanied Alien Children Placement Transparency Act to provide clarity to inquiries about unaccompanied children who had been placed in the state of Tennessee.

Reunions planned for ETSU Class of 1967 and Golden Fifties members

Graduates of East Tennessee State University's Class of 1967, as well as all previous Golden Fifties Club inductees, are encouraged to attend the spring reunions on May 5-6 during the Spring Weekend extravaganza.

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