The Appalachian Resource Conservation and Development Council is joining with Northeast Tennessee Regional Economic Partnership and the First Tennessee Development District to host delegation members from the Ukraine, who want to learn more about how those issues are handled at the local level.
The Appalachian Resource Conservation and Development Council is now taking applications for its 2019-20 Field School Winter Business Intensive courses designed to train beginner farmers, according to a Thursday announcement.
Stakeholders anticipate the effort to rehabilitate a previously under-utilized block of buildings on North Commerce Street, which run alongside the Norfolk Southern train tracks in downtown Johnson City, will hit some milestones in the next several months.
Now the owner of an apartment building, the Johnson City Development Authority is sorting out its role as a landlord.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is asking the public to provide input on a draft environmental assessment for private-scale renewable offerings.
ELIZABETHTON — One of Elizabethton’s most well known department stores will be changing in 2020.
The high cost of child care is impacting more than young parents. A recently released report shows the lack of access to affordable child care for pre-school aged children is costing Tennessee taxpayers, families and businesses a combined $1.34 billion annually.
Rate changes at a popular card processing company could mean extra expenses for certain businesses using the service in the Johnson City area.
The oldest pawn shop in Johnson City is taking a step into the future.
Sparks fly, machinery grinds and here and there robotic limbs make precise movements as hundreds of workers transform disparate pieces of metal into working water heaters.
The roughly 120 employees at the closing Morrill Motors plant in Erwin could end up falling into the open arms of other manufacturers in the area.
Albert’s Pawn will hold a ribbon cutting for its fourth location at 2710 N. Roan St. at 5:30 p.m. Thursday courtesy of the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce.
Jonesborough has partnered with BrightRidge and Washington County to bring free Wi-Fi to the town’s downtown area. BrightRidge is also providing a charging station for electric vehicles in Jonesborough.
Clinchfield Credit Union CEO Sandy Lingerfelt will retire at year’s end. Amy Banks, senior vice president of operations at the credit union, has been named by the board of directors to assume the role of CEO effective Jan 1.
A North Carolina developer is planning a roughly $950,000 renovation to the former home of Masengill’s Specialty Shop in downtown Johnson City.