Today’s average is four cents less than the average a week ago and 13 cents less than one month ago and 22 cents less than one year ago.
Tennessee’s average gas price was $2.52 as of Tuesday, marking a 2-cent decrease since last week, a 6-cent decrease from last month and a 20-cent decrease from this time last year.
Tennessee exports dropped by almost $500 million during a “poor fourth quarter” of 2018, according to the latest “Global Commerce” trade report compiled by Middle Tennessee State University’s Economic Research Center.
Think of something similar to The Pinnacle, except in Boones Creek.
Tennessee’s state average gas price is $2.62 per gallon for regular unleaded, representing a 4 cent increase from last week.
A family-owned bakery in Greeneville will soon create its goodies at second location — in Johnson City.
What began as some coworkers homebrewing in a driveway could lead to a new business in downtown Johnson City.
Kroger is now offering customers the ability to order groceries online and pick them up at the 112 Sunset Dr. store, the second Kroger in Johnson City to offer the service, according to a Thursday press release.
NASHVILLE — The Tennessee House has advanced a bill aimed at giving FedEx $21.3 million in tax breaks over seven years for its $1.3 billion Memphis hub expansion.
Tennessee gas prices have risen 2.5 cents in the past week, bringing Monday’s state average to $2.50 per gallon of regular unleaded gas, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 3,821 stations.
The Keller Williams’ Johnson City and Kingsport real estate franchises were recognized as an “Up-and-Comer,” according to the 2018 REAL Trends 500 report.
The average gas price in Johnson City stood at $2.42 per gallon while Kingsport and Bristol recorded an average of nearly $2.44 per gallon.
NASHVILLE — Tennessee official say 80 of the state’s 95 counties have an unemployment rate less than 5 percent.
The Appalachian Resource Conservation and Development Council was awarded first place in the Excellence in Environmental Support category at Thursday’s Johnson City Chamber of Commerce’s Regional Business Excellence Awards Ceremony.
When it comes to redeveloping historic buildings, Tennessee governments are at a disadvantage when it comes to incentives for developers.