As result of the merger, two former Capital Bank branches in Johnson City and one in Jonesborough are now First Tennessee banks. Company officials said last week the switchover has been orderly and on schedule. Most of the conversion involved internal and technical issues.
The Midway substation is just one of several projects BrightRidge officials say have helped the public utility win recognition from the American Public Power Association as a RP3 platinum-level reliable power provider
Gas prices are finally expected to drop, according to press releases from both AAA Auto Club and GasBuddy.
Starbucks will close more than 8,000 stores nationwide on Tuesday to conduct anti-bias training, the next of many steps the company is taking to try to restore its tarnished image as a hangout where all are welcome.
The Plum is back for the 19th year in downtown Johnson City.
Following completion, DS Smith’s total operations in North America will have 23 facilities and employ 2,000 people in the region.
Ever wonder where that tomato really came from?
Future bankers attending East Tennessee State University will receive additional support for educational activities and materials as a result of a grant provided by the First Tennessee Foundation.
BRISTOL, Va. — Three years of effort and a $20 million-plus investment to revitalize one of downtown Bristol’s oldest buildings was certainly a feat worthy of a toast Thursday evening for McCall Capital President Marcus McCall and his partners
May 24, 2018 at 11:43 PM
Tennessee’s average unemployment rate for April stood at 2.9 percent, while the national average was 3.7 percent.
Since Johnson City leaders are seeking feedback on conceptual plans for West Walnut Street, the Washington County Democratic Party decided to provide its two cents: They’re concerned.
David Mallory and Todd Fields launched their interior design service 20 years ago, beginning the business from their home.
A Northeast Tennessee legislator will be among the members of a new state panel to advise the state about Ballad Health’s oversight.
Users can participate in the Burger Throw-down online competition on the Johnson City Press contest website to discover which food joint claims victory in the burger battle.
Internet users submit in pictures that capture military experiences such as members graduating boot camp, leaving for active duty or returning home. Anyone can submit an entry and vote.