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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
It Happened Here For Aug. 17

A woman who allegedly eluded sheriff's deputies during a June 15 vehicle pursuit was taken into custody Tuesday and charged with felony counts of evading arrest and reckless endangerment. Angel Nicole Hurley, 26, of 250 Joe Hurley Road, Mohawk, was also charged with driving on a suspended license, Deputy Frank Cedillo said in a report.

It Happened Here For Aug. 14

Petala T. Merziak-House, 24, of 1670 Valleydale Road, Mosheim, was charged early Friday by Greeneville police with driving under the influence. Police received a call from motorist who said a woman in a black Kia almost sideswiped his vehicle on East Andrew Johnson Highway, "causing him to almost run off the road," Officer Eric Davis said in a report.

Tennessee lawmaker wants to change sentencing and parole laws

Thursday was an emotional day as one by one, grieving family members of Mike Locke, stood up to tell a parole board in Johnson City why the man that killed their loved one deserved to be in prison. Mike Locke was hit and killed by a drunk driver while putting up campaign signs along the road for now Tennessee State Representative Bud Husley in June 2014.

MidCap Arranges $8.6M for Two WoodSpring Suites

MidCap Funding has arranged an $8.6-million loan for the refinance of two WoodSpring Suites-branded hotels totaling 226 rooms here. The five-year loan was structured with a 25-year amortization schedule and executed via CMBS.

Chuckey Man Allegedly Tries To Pass Fake $100 Bill

A Chuckey man who allegedly tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill Monday morning at a convenience store was charged by Johnson City police with criminal simulation and a misdemeanor count of theft of property/shoplifting. At 5:55 a.m. Monday, Johnson City police were called to the Roadrunner Market at 1702 Market St. "in reference to a white male attempting to pass a counterfeit $100," according to a police department report.

Appalachian Men's Ensemble Seeking New Members

The Appalachian Men's Ensemble is inviting male singers age 16 and up to audition for the 2017-2018 concert season. According to a news release, open auditions will be held on Thursday, Aug. 31, from 6:30-7:30 p.m., in the Chapel at Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church, 201 E. Market St., Johnson City.

Exhibit To Raise Scholarship Funds For 'Escape From Rape' Conference

A new art exhibit is being planned to raise scholarship funds for the upcoming "Escape from Rape: A Cultural Change" conference in Johnson City. The inaugural "Breaking the Silence: A Survivor Art Show," sponsored by the East Tennessee State University Office of Professional Development, will be on display at The Willow Tree Coffeehouse and Music Room, 216 E. Main St. in Johnson City, through Aug. 29, a news release says.

Studio Session: Raven and Red

Raven and Red formed after Brittany and Mitchell met while attending the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. There, they studied classical music, and then Brittany went on to study bluegrass, country, and Celtic fiddling at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City, Tennessee.

George Clinton Linville

He leaves his wife of 56 years, Susie Linville, daughters Cynthia Davis of Murfreesboro and daughter Clara Lynch and her husband John Hayslip of Knoxville. Mr. Linville also leaves behind seven beloved grandchildren: Andrea, Doug, and Marisa Davis of Murfreesboro; Ailish, Kathleen, and Emma Lynch of Huntsville, AL; and Catherine Hayslip of Knoxville, TN.

Chuckey Woman Charged With Meth Possession

A Chuckey woman charged Friday by Johnson City police with possession of a quantity of methamphetamine has a first scheduled appearance today in Washington County General Sessions Court. Latanya Haire, 25, of 554 Lawing Road, is charged with possession of a Schedule II drug with intent to distribute, falsifying or forging a license plate, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and theft of property over $1,000, according to a report from the Johnson City Police Department.

Woman Allegedly Bites Off Part Of Boyfriend's Ears, Nose

A woman who allegedly bit off the top of her boyfriend's ears, along with the tip of his nose, was charged Thursday by Johnson City police with aggravated assault. Johnson City Police Department officers responded to an unknown disturbance where a woman was heard screaming in the area of East State of Franklin Road and Colonial Way, according to a JCPD news release.

Holly Avenue and Randolph United Methodist Church in South Pittsburg welcome new Pastor

Two churches in South Pittsburg are welcoming a new Pastor this month Holly Avenue United Methodist Church at 413 Holly Avenue; and Randolph United Methodist Church at 103 N. Elm Avenue in South Pittsburg are welcoming Pastor Logan Jackson to their churches. Jackson, a native of Johnson City, Tennessee, recently graduated from Duke Divinity School in Durham, NC with a Master of Divinity.

It Happened Here For July 26

Joshua Edward Dean, 37, of 1205 Carpenters Chapel Road, Mohawk, was arrested Monday by sheriff's deputies and charged with theft over $1,000 in connection with the alleged theft June 10 of a vehicle owned by a Hamblen County man. Dean was also served active warrants for violation of probation and failure to appear.

3 East Tennessee Nurses Indicted, Accused Of Diverting Prescription Pain Medication

An investigation by special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has led to the indictment of two Johnson City nurses on charges related to drug diversion and fraud. On Feb. 8, after being contacted by the Tennessee Department of Health Division of Health Related Boards, TBI special agents with the Drug Investigation Division began investigating allegations that Sarah Elizabeth Thacker, 31, was using her position as a registered nurse with the Johnson City Medical Center and Franklin Woods Hospital to fraudulently obtain controlled substances.

Former Chattanooga Postal Supervisor Sentenced On Child Porn Charge...

A former Chattanooga postal supervisor from Hixson who was caught up in a sex sting was sentenced on Monday in a child porn case after he said he was guilty of "being stupid." Jason Wesley Ford, 39, had been on house arrest for 17 months and will stay in that status for another 18 months while avoiding prison under the order from Federal Judge Sandy Mattice.

Judge Bailey Speaks To Recovery Court Graduates

Certified Peer Support Specialist Wane Jackson offers words of encouragement to graduates of the Greene County Recovery Court during a ceremony Thursday at Greeneville Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Jackson was the guest speaker at the event.

Plans underway to bring Veterans Administration hospital to Knoxville

Congressman Jimmy Duncan is taking steps to bring a Veterans Affairs hospital to Knoxville, putting an end to years of inconvenience for East Tennessee veterans. "I am very pleased that during a meeting in my Washington office last week, the VA was so positive about plans to expeditiously open a medical facility in Knoxville," Rep. Duncan said in a statement.

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