One of the 110th Tennessee General Assembly’s final actions was the passage of legislation that holds teachers and students harmless
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U.S. Army veteran Todd McKinley’s 1st Congressional District campaign now has a place to call home in downtown Johnson City, just as the Republican primary begins to heat up.
Johnson City officials want to know what you think about the
May 18, 2018 at 2:13 PM
Today we bring you the first in our series of profiles of the area’s high school valedictorians and class speakers in the Class of 2018.
Dissatisfied with the original contractor’s work on the new Carver Park playground, the Johnson City Commission will spend another $89,931 to get another contractor to fix “numerous deficiencies in construction.”
Tennessee’s health commissioner has appointed a former University of Virginia health system official to evaluate Ballad Health’s compliance toward stipulations outlined when the state approved the merger of the region’s two hospital systems.
While Ballad Health certainly hired 255 new graduate nurses for a net gain of current employment, no new jobs were created or netted, as indicated in a tweet by Executive Chairman, President and CEO Alan Levine.
If Johnson City officials choose to follow the West Walnut Street redevelopment plan exactly as prescribed by their consultants, the corridor would be virtually unrecognizable from the way it looks today.
Public Works Director Phil Pindzola told Johnson City commissioners at Monday night’s agenda review meeting that the Science Hill pedestrian bridge is “rapidly deteriorating,” based on a structural analysis completed by LDA Engineering.
Those who stopped by One Acre Cafe Monday afternoon for the unveiling of the West Walnut Street master plan got a sense of what the future of downtown Johnson City could look like.