It was 50 years ago Friday when Clarence Tapp purchased the former Engle’s Drive-in in Unicoi and set off what has become a family legacy of good food and good business.
NEW YORK — Walmart said Friday that it will stop selling electronic cigarettes at its namesake stores and Sam’s Clubs following a string of mysterious illnesses and deaths related to vaping.
Sears yesterday announced that the retailer is planning to close its location at The Mall at Johnson City. The department store is expected to close in January 2020.
Guitar Center, At Home and Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers.
The area’s two leading economic development organizations made a commitment Wednesday to regionalism, a recent push toward shared interests and activities.
In about two weeks, moviegoers will be able to enjoy beer, wine and cocktails at AMC Johnson City 14.
While gearing up for the start of her mobile floral business, Charlotte Julian knew she wanted to find a vehicle that would catch people’s attention.
A brewpub, restaurant and rooftop events space project in downtown Johnson City cleared a final hurdle Friday for public revitalization incentives.
NEW YORK — Walmart is rolling out a grocery delivery subscription service this fall as it races to gain an advantage in the competitive fresh food business.
GREENEVILLE – Craft store Hobby Lobby will open here Monday, Sept. 16, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and official grand opening celebration at 9 a.m.
An Erwin ice cream shop will replace a beloved craft soda shop that recently vacated space on East Market Street in downtown Johnson City.
Mark Costa, the chairman and CEO of Eastman Chemical Co., said one takeaway from the Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia Regional Economic Forum was the need for an “umbrella organization” to bring the region’s stakeholders together
While the region that encompasses Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia certainly has its strengths, business leaders agree there are issues that it still needs to overcome.
Cookies, pastries, cakes, cupcakes, pies, tarts, donuts and apple fritters.
The Johnson City Development Authority is now the proud owner of a 95-year-old apartment building.