Motorists are now getting some welcome relief from high prices at the pump as gas prices continue to steadily decline, AAA analysis’s said in a Monday news release.
DHS Express Inc., a company with corporate headquarters in Kingsport, was recently presented two safety award for the second year in a row.
According to a Monday report from AAA, gas prices are continuing to decline for the third week in a row.
As of Monday, national gas prices averaged at $2.95 per gallon, with Tennessee’s statewide average at $2.70.
The Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) at East Tennessee State University will offer four workshops for entrepreneurs in June at the ETSU Innovation Laboratory, 2109 W. Market St.
In March, local entrepreneur and Symply Health CEO John Cannon officially announced the launch of his new cryptocurrency mining company, Symply Data Centers.
Northeast Tennessee’s housing market sales increased from last year, according to a news release from the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors New Pending Home Sales Index.
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.
Following completion, DS Smith’s total operations in North America will have 23 facilities and employ 2,000 people in the region.
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.
Tennessee’s average unemployment rate for April stood at 2.9 percent, while the national average was 3.7 percent.
David Mallory and Todd Fields launched their interior design service 20 years ago, beginning the business from their home.
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.
As part of “Operation Cryptosweep,” TDCI will issue a series of consumer alerts during the week of May 21-25 to raise public awareness and urge caution when investing in cryptocurrencies.