Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Immigration Reform Prayed for at Bi-Lingual Vigil
A bi-lingual prayer vigil was held last night in Johnson City. Attendees wanted to raise awareness for immigration reform in the US. The package up for a U.S. Senate committee vote this week includes unprecedented protections for the children of immigrants. Those at event at St. Mary’s Catholic Church say the most important provisions would keep families from being torn apart, and give parents who are detained or deported more of a say in what happens to their kids. (JH)

Saturday, July 04, 2015

  • 70-Year-Old Man Uses Cane to Assault Woman in Johnson City
  • Update: Holiday Weekend May Provide More Opportunities to Help Locate Missing Girl
  • Teens Parade with Confederate Flags from Bristol to Johnson City
  • Police: Pedestrians in Elizabethton Are Victims of Hit and Run



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