If the Johnson City Development Authority buys the John Sevier Center for $4.1 million, city leaders have promised to find suitable housing for its current residents.
What follows is a news release issued by the Johnson City Development Authority regarding the purchase the John Sevier Center in downtown Johnson City.
A state senator who called for a review of public universities’ contracts with athletic equipment maker Nike after the company released a politically charged ad will easily find that many of the state’s institutions deal with the global corporation. What may be more difficult is severing all ties between state schools and companies that have taken social stances.
The Stonecypher family has been an important part of the region’s history for centuries. The family’s name and contributions will now be immortalized at David Crockett Birthplace State Park.
Hundreds of feet beat the hot pavement Friday in the Tree Streets neighborhood as wheelers and dealers, bargain hunters and horse traders took part in the 29th annual Tree Streets Yard Sale.
A $50,000 state grant to the Johnson City/Washington County Veterans Memorial will help engrave 1,248 new names in granite to honor the local men and women who served their country.
With the Millennium Centre sold and all the land near it developed, the Johnson City Public Building Authority will soon be unburdened of its responsibilities, but board members hope it will take on a new charge to aid the city’s economic development.
As a white nationalist organization and a counter-protest group solicit online RSVPs for concurrent demonstrations next month at an Elizabethton state park, officials say no one has yet filed the required applications to use the park’s land.
A white nationalist rally originally announced next month in Johnson City was moved to Elizabethton, organizers say, but the group’s state chapter now plans to place protesters at an upcoming LGBTQ event in the city.
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