Leaders from a local church are asking Johnson City to re-examine a proposal to swap two small parcels of downtown land, both of which are currently used for parking.
There was a time when Langston High School was the center of the black community in Johnson City.
More than one in five children in Tennessee live in poverty — enough to fill the University of Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium more than three times and the Tennessee Titans’ Nissan Stadium almost five times.
An approximately 66-lot, single-family-home neighborhood could be coming to an almost 12-acre plot of land in southwest Johnson City.
Although recent numbers indicate Ballad Health’s revenues are continuing to maintain an overall lead on expenditures, Executive Chairman, President and CEO Alan Levine believes the system’s operating margin still has room for growth.
Over the last 10 years, the Johnson City School System has added roughly 600 students — enough for a large elementary school.
Ballad Health officials say an ongoing $6 million renovation project at Johnson City Medical Center will improve access to the facility and broaden its ability to serve patients with severe medical needs.
A local private school, which has been trying to relocate for years, has asked Johnson City if it would be interested in purchasing the school’s property on Knob Creek Road.
The Johnson City Commission is setting the stage for the reconstruction of a ministry-operated thrift store decimated by a fire earlier this year.
State officials are investigating a fish kill on the Watauga River near Brush Creek.