Johnson City, Tennessee • Southside Neighborhood Organization
I am searching for a woman who was attempting to take two babies and a dog on a nice walk on Monday afternoon around 6:00 p.m. Your dog was bitten by another dog. If you know anyone fitting this description or are this person yourself please call me if you would like at 423-915-6532. I would like to follow up on your dog and help in anyway that I can. Thank you
Added by Annie Banaszak on February 25, 2021 at 8:16am — No Comments
please look out for this bike. I was taken from the apartment building on the corner of chestnut and buffalo. subject were seen walking down buffalo toward shamrock. One male, ear length brown hair, red jersey and cap about 5’8, one female closer to 6ft red chin length hair glasses. please urge those who have cameras on buffalo to view them for May 1st between the 4 and 8 pm…Continue
We are excited to be the designated non-profit to pick up unsold items at the 30th Annual Tree Streets Yard Sale. Many thanks Doug Buda! I hope you all have successful sales. I am coordinating volunteers to start sweeping the neighborhood around 4pm on Saturday Sept. 7th. We have just a few simple requests to help us be efficient as possible: 1. Have your items securely bagged or boxed- so we can grab and go! Of course, furniture and home décor items don't apply. 2. Put a visible sign "Manna…Continue
Added by Dwight Lewis on August 19, 2019 at 10:34am — No Comments
If anyone is looking there is a house for rent on Highland right at corner of Hoover St. Not sure of the rent/month but this is contact/owner 423-943-7694.
Added by Lyn A. Govette on May 15, 2017 at 1:03pm — No Comments
Added by wanda buda on June 10, 2011 at 6:31pm — No Comments
“WHAT A DIFFERENCE A PARADE MAKES”
Four years ago while visiting my daughter’s family for Thanksgiving I attended the Johnson City Christmas Parade. She had recently moved here and it was our first visit to see the area. The parade seemed an easy do with a two year old, so we trotted down the street, crossed Walnut Street, and went through a vacant lot to find a spot on the curb of State of Franklin to await the parade.
I found my surroundings pretty dismal. The vacant…Continue
Added by Katherine Weiss on October 26, 2010 at 10:52am — No Comments
On this day take a moment to thank a 1st responder, they put their lives on the line every day to protect and save yours.
Added by Lester (Les) E Nelson on September 11, 2010 at 6:51am — No Comments
An important piece of our neighborhood is now in safe hands as the Johnson City Development Authority has taken ownership of the CC&O Depot on Buffalo St. This relic of our past now will go through careful preservation and eventual development as a centerpiece and anchor for downtown and a welcoming place for both citizens and those visiting Johnson City. Having been chosen to be Project Manager for the Depot I feel a strong sense of… Continue
Added by Dan Reese on June 25, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments
I was so looking forward to checking out the new bar, One 12 Downtown, with my dad and good friend. We had read that they were going to be showing the boxing match, but the newpaper ad stated there would be "no cover charge." So the three of us walked downtown only to discover once we arrived that there was a $5 cover. They claimed the paper was wrong.
Mistakes happen, sure enough. However, I remember that long ago businesses would have had to own up to their mistakes by…Continue
We're again involved in a renewed effort at preservation of the Clinchfield RR depot on Bufffalo St and it looks like we are going to make some real progress this time. I don’t know if any have access to Face Book but I put up a page on the new effort, just go to
Save Our Rail Road Station. Pass the word along and my regards to
I don't know about you, but I'm very excited about the conversion of the unused railroad tracks into a walking / biking trail. The tracks run between Walnut and State of Franklin and it would go all the way to Elizabethton ala "The Creeper Trail" in Abingdon. My family loves the Creeper, especially in the Fall. It's good for exercise (a priority for Mayer Myron) and Southside Neighborhood Organization (SNO) President, Bryan Green.
Added by Josette (Jill) Fee on November 19, 2009 at 9:12am — No Comments
Reported crimes in the Tree Streets by the Johnson City Police Department for the last 30 days. Click here to go to the interactive map.
< This is a re-post of an open letter from SNO President - MacBryan Green >
Dear Mayor Myron:
Thank you for your enthusiastic response to the walking trail possibilities which I suggested to you following the Tuesday evening Neighborhood Action Committee meeting. Such graciousness does not go…
Added by Neil Owen on October 6, 2009 at 12:00am — No Comments
Added by Neil Owen on August 6, 2009 at 12:00am — No Comments