Locals will have a chance this week to see the preliminary plans for one of Johnson City’s most anticipated projects.
One of the latest projects at Sea Biscuit Metal Designs combines two things that its owner, David Hess, loves: Christmas and Johnson City.
Developers anticipate a 264-unit, $25 million apartment complex behind the Mall at Johnson City should be completely finished in early 2022.
It’s nearly impossible to know for sure, but Johnson City Christmas parade organizer Jennifer Clements is confident Saturday’s event set an attendance record.
Johnson City residents may soon see a one-dollar increase in their monthly water bill.
Johnson City commissioners unanimously shot down a request Thursday evening designed to lay the groundwork for a proposed substance abuse treatment facility in the Boones Creek area.
Timing is everything, as the organizers of the annual Christmas parade in Johnson City are well aware.
Some Boones Creek residents are concerned that a Suboxone clinic will end up on a piece of land near their neighborhood — a claim that the trustee of the property says is false.
Select post offices in Tennessee and northern Georgia, including Johnson City, are offering Sunday hours for holiday package pickup.
Waking up in her hotel room in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Johnson City’s Amythyst Kiah was expecting Nov. 20 to be like any other weekday on tour.
Over the last 150 years, downtown Johnson City has gone through several transformations, from a small railroad outpost to a bustling center of commerce to a ghost town to a historic small business district.
City Manager Pete Peterson has worked for Johnson City for about 29 years — more than one-sixth of the city’s 150 year lifespan.
ELIZABETHTON — On the morning of every workday, there is a long line of cars leaving Carter County. Their drivers are on the way to jobs in Washington and Sullivan and even Greene counties.
Kingsport businessman Heath Guinn left college with a degree in digital media, but soon realized there weren’t suitable jobs in the local market for his skillset.
For many of Jonesborough’s downtown merchants, Shop Small Saturday is not just a way for them to compete with big big-box stores — it’s “vital for (their) existence.”